Serbian to Bengali Translation


Common Phrases From Serbian to Bengali

Хвала вамধন্যবাদ
Молимо васঅনুগ্রহ
Извињавам сеদুঃখিত
Како си?আপনি কেমন আছেন?
Извинитеমাফ করবেন
Не знамআমি জানি না
разумемআমি বুঝেছি
Мислим да је такоআমি তাই মনে করি
Мождаহতে পারে
Видимо се каснијеপরে দেখা হবে
Брини сеযত্ন নিবেন
Шта има?কি খবর?
Нема везеকিছু মনে করো না
Идемоচলো যাই

Interesting information about Serbian Language

Serbian is a South Slavic language primarily spoken in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, and other Balkan countries. It belongs to the Indo-European language family and uses the Cyrillic script as its official alphabet (although Latin script is also used). Serbian has around 12 million native speakers worldwide. The grammar of Serbian includes three genders (masculine, feminine, neuter), seven cases for nouns/pronouns/adjectives (nominative genitive dative accusative vocative instrumental locative), two numbers (singular/plural) with complex declension patterns. The phonology involves consonant clusters at word boundaries but lacks palatalization found in some neighboring languages like Russian or Polish. Lexically influenced by various cultures throughout history including Byzantine Greek influence during medieval times; Turkish loanwords from Ottoman Empire rule; Germanic influences through Austro-Hungarian administration; French vocabulary due to cultural connections etc., making it richly diverse linguistically.

Know About Bengali Language

Bengali, also known as Bangla, is the official language of Bangladesh and one of the 23 recognized languages in India. It belongs to the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language family. With over 250 million speakers worldwide, it ranks among the top five most spoken languages globally. Bengali has a rich literary heritage with renowned poets like Rabindranath Tagore who won Nobel Prize in Literature for his works written in this language. The script used for writing Bengali is derived from ancient Brahmi scripts and evolved into its current form around 11th century CE. The alphabet consists of forty-nine letters including eleven vowels and thirty-eight consonants. Bengali vocabulary draws influences from Sanskrit, Persian, Arabic, Portuguese English along with various regional dialects within Bengal region itself.

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