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I suggest that you learn the constructed language called Interslavic. In fact, it would be a service to the community if you learned it well, used it for communication, and then reported the results. Interslavic is a language for communication between Slavs of different nationalities, rooted in centuries of geographical proximity, shared history and ...


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The website Easy Croatian has 90 lessons (plus appendices) available for free (and for download) and seems very comprehensive - extensive & detailed lessons, and well-organized. However, it's not interactive like Duolingo is - easy-croatian.com is essentially a book. Pimsleur also offers an audio course for Croatian, however, Pimsleur's method may not ...


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Take the following sentence as an example that includes all your points: Јаc сум ја прочитал книгата. Jas sum ja pro=čita-l kniga-ta. I1 am2 3-sing-fem-acc-clitic3 perf=read-past4 book-the5 'I read the book." It exhibits: Clitic doubling: the presence of both the direct object книгата and the direct object pronoun ја. Verbal ...


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As a native Czech speaker, I should be able to answer some of your questions, but not all. Usage of the cases is something I have learned naturally (without having any idea of grammar), so I can't help you there. It is also many years ago when I attended an elementary school. Sorry. On an Android app: You might try Duolingo. I have some experience with that,...


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Doubling of the Object- this probably refers to the use of two object pronouns in a sentence, specifically when describing the use of direct and indirect object pronouns with a verb. Verb aspect (Perfective vs. Imperfective)- This probably describes the distinction between two different aspects for employing the past tense. In most languages, this ...


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