You might find it useful to know these new words :) Marie, your Czech teacher Kde je banka? Where is a bank? Potřebuji si vyměnit peníze. I need to exchange money. Jaký je směnný kurz? What is the exchange rate? Váš pas prosím. Your passport, please. Kde je...
Let me introduce myself. Dovolte mi, abych se představil. What's your name? Jak se jmenujete? (formal) Jak se jmenuješ? (informal) My name is Jana. Jmenuji se Jana. Nice to meet you. / Pleased to meet you. Těší mě. Těší mě, že Vás...
Listening to tongue twisters is one way to improve your Czech pronunciation. It's very difficult to say tongue twisters in Czech so don't worry if you can't do it very well at first, just have fun! Listen to the tongue twister and practise saying it. How fast can you say it? I am...
It could be very difficult for non-Czech speaking people to use verbs "jít" and "jet" correctly. One verb, to go, is expressed by at least two verbs in Czech. If we are speaking about walking, or going on foot, we use the verb "jít". This verb can take prefixes such...
Czech meals in Czech restaurants ... learn new words... Dobrou chuť :-) Beef sirloin with dumplings and vegetable cream sauce (picture) Svíčková na smetaně, knedlík Roast pork, dumplings and sauerkraut Vepřová pečeně, knedlík, zelí or...
Spring is about colours, food is about colours, fashion is about colours.... Do you know colours in Czech language? Try to learn them... :-) colour - barva colourful - barevný, barevná, barevné red - červená blue - modrá green - zelená yellow - žlutá black...
Try to listen the Czech songs ... Thanks to the Czech songs, you can also improve your Czech. If you don't know some word use dictionary. Good luck :-) Here is one song and text of this song for you: "Něco o lásce" / "Something about...
Kde domov můj? (Czech pronunciation: [ˈɡdɛ ˈdomof ˈmuːj]; in English: Where is my home?) is a piece of music written by the composer František Škroup and the playwright Josef Kajetán Tyl. The piece was written as a part of the incidental music to the comedy Fidlovačka aneb Žádný hněv a žádná...
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Alfons Maria Mucha in Czech pronunciation: [ˈalfons ˈmuxa] (24 July 1860 – 14 July 1939), known in English and French as Alphonse Mucha, was a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist, known best for his distinct style. He produced many paintings, illustrations, advertisements,...
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