CROATIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Croatian is a Slavic language belonging to the South-Western Slavic group of languages. More than 5.5 million people use Croatian as their first language. It’s the official language of the Republic of Croatia, but also one of the official languages in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Besides the standard language, Croatian includes three dialects – Chakavian, Kajkavian and Shtokavian.
Although small, Croatia can offer many possibilities to all who come here, whether it’s for personal or business reasons. Knowing the language of the country you are in isn’t just a great advantage, but also a valuable source of cultural enrichment.
If you have fallen in love with the Croatian nature or been bewitched by the charming personalities of Croatians and are thinking about moving here, visit the Adult Education Institution Dante and learn Croatian as a foreign language!
Are you ready to take the challenge?