Young linguists create Croatian language e-learning website

A group of young linguists from the Zagreb Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences have created a free website for e-learning Croatian as part of the HR4EU project financed from the European Social Fund.

As part of the project, apart from preparing e-learning lessons in Croatia, researchers develop new and upgrade existing computer resources for Croatian language learning.

The interactive course is divided in lessons with units in grammar, exercises and little anecdotes about interesting aspects about Croatia, such as a description of the bura wind and the anecdote of cheese and sour cream.

The site provides courses for beginners, intermediate and advanced learners and two specialised courses - Croatian for Undergraduates and Business Croatian.

 

>>> Enroll to learn Croatian

 

Last update: Wed, 22/06/2016 - 15:02
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