I wouldn’t say that we just simply add something and we have a Slovene comparative form, but that just wouldn’t be Slovene😁. Let’s compare some exotic animals: sugar glider from Australia (sladkosneda poletuša vrečarica) and a gerbil (a little rat, in Slovene mongolska puščavska podgana, I will call just gerbil😜) from Mongolia and learn someContinue reading “Slovene comparative adjectives animals”
Here is another fairy tale to learn Slovene while reading and listening to the audio. Mala rdeča kokoška – The Little Red Hen has many different versions with other animals too, such as a pig, a rat, a dog and a cat. This version is with a goose and a duck. Enjoy! pšenično zrno –Continue reading “Slovene reading Mala rdeča kokoška – pravljica”
Learn Slovene vocabulary about shopping and listen to a radio extract about shopping on Sundays
Let’s read fairy tales🧚♀️! “The Emperor’s New Clothes” by Hans Christian Andersen is something you already know in your native language and it will be easier to read in Slovene! You can download📲 the full text of the fairy tale “Cesarjeva nova oblačila” and hear a native Slovene speaker🎧 read the full fairy tale!👇
Kje živeti? V mestu ali na podeželju?
Find here a Slovene vocabulary list about life in the city and in the countryside and do some useful Quizlet exercises!
Find funny videos for Slovene listening for any level. Expand your vocabulary with common conversational phrases!