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Serbo-Croatian Crash Course

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The Original 30-Minute Crash Course!

Speak Serbo-Croatian in just one short week! LANGUAGE/30 zeroes in on the most essential phrases for day-to-day communication. Whether you are a vacationer, a business traveler, a student, or just need a refresher course, you'll learn what you need to know in just three 30-minute sessions a day.

Developed for U.S. Government personnel, this accelerated learning method will have you conversing after just a few easy 30-minute lessons! These widely acclaimed courses have yielded proven results for over 60 years.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

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  • Justin Bellars
  • 17-03-16

A bit dated, but still helpful

Sounds like this was put together in the 1980s, despite the 1995 copyright, since it mentions Yugoslavs and how, since they are communists, they don't tend to use the usual Mr/Mrs/Miss salutations.

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  • Audio Engineer
  • 04-08-19

Too difficult for beginners

This book is way too difficult for beginners. Instead of starting with "Good morning, Mr. Popovich," just start with "good" and "morning" then "good morning."

The phrases seem random. Within the second section, you're asked to learn "Excuse me for interrupting." Then it's on to the next random phrase, "Would you please come to my house on Sunday?" There isn't much prefacing of how to say each individual word either.

The narrator speaks clearly, but the advanced phrases of the book make it really hard to learn from.

The final chapter seems to come from another recording. It has "social customs and polite expressions." It's actually useful.

At least this book comes with an accompanying PDF to show you how to spell everything. Most language audiobooks are missing this crucial piece.