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Why Learn Croatian Online at Berlitz

Beautiful and complex, the Croatian language is a challenge worth taking, and when you study it online with Berlitz, you’ll have the support and guidance you need to succeed.

Plus, online learning gives you the flexibility to learn anywhere you want at the pace and intensity of your choosing. With Berlitz, you have control.

Benefits of learning Croatian online at Berlitz

A century of success

For over 140 years, we have helped people just like you successfully master languages. We have the experience and the knowledge to help you reach your goals, no matter how big they may be.

Online classes to study from wherever you are

From the comfort of your own home to a local coffee shop— with Berlitz online learning, you can study anywhere that suits you.

Study at your own pace with total flexibility

Set your own pace with Berlitz’ flexible online timetable options.

Intensive courses available

If you prefer to learn intensively, Berlitz has intensive Croatian courses to suit your needs and goals.

Certified and experienced teachers

Your Croatian instructor is a native level professional whose main goal is to guide your learning to give you the skills and confidence to speak Croatian in any social situation.

How learning online works with Berlitz

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

A general guide to how much time you should spend learning Croatian language skills is 400 hours. However, that will vary for everyone - so take that number with a grain of salt! Croatian is considered a complex language for English speakers to learn and more challenging to learn than other European languages. That said, if you have the right attitude and invest daily time in learning Croatian, you can influence the timeframe in which you master the language, just like any language.

It might be difficult to initially comprehend the difference between these languages as an English speaker. But ask a local about the difference in these languages, and you’ll be sure to get a firm answer that these languages are distinct and separate. Serbian and Croatian languages differ mainly in vocabulary and syntax, but the grammar and sound system is similar.

Yes, much of the content in our online courses are downloadable, so you can access it even when you're not connected to the Internet.

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