I assume they speak both languages to him... how cool he gets to start out bilingual! I am still struggling along with learning Croatian,,, for example, 'pesa' means dog? I thought it was psa or pse, and the plural psi?
I tell the dog she's "dobra psa" or "nije dobro psa." I'm thinking that's wrong now, isn't it?
He will definitely learn both languages easier now than when he's older.
Pesa means nothing. Peso is a slang for a dog. It's.. kids word. 'Good dog' would be 'dobar pas'. 'Not a good dog' would be 'nije dobar pas'. 'Dobra' is used for saying something of feminine sex is good. Pas is male sex. That's why it is 'dobar'. 'Dobro' is used when something of neutral sex is good. 'Dobro jelo' - 'good meal'.
This is how smart I am - I thought 'dobra' was correct, because the DOG is a female. It's okay Nina - you can laugh. And I meant to say 'pas' not 'psa'; I must have been hit with a stupid stick or something.
I think learning this will take me a very long time...
Was wandering through IMDB tonight and took a link to BleuProfond. There are some delightful pics of Gogo and Tin out for a Christmas walk in CROATIA there. Tin's face is obscured but he is adorable. Apparently Ivana and Tin flew there from LA and Goran joined them when filming was suspended on 'The Deep.' Also some obscure references to the possibility of a summer baby.