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LEARN CZECH!

A starter course in which you’ll get a thorough introduction into the Czech alphabet, you will learn about the culture, some basic phrases, the forms of the verb “to be” and personal pronouns in nominative.

A course building on the first course. It is packed with vocabulary – on the topics of family, things around a house – names of rooms, furniture, food, clothes. It focuses on grammar as well – the forms of to have, to do/to make, a brief introduction into accusative case and possessive pronouns.

This course is mainly about numbers. The topics are numbers from 0 to million, ordinal numberstime and dates

A starter course in which you’ll get a thorough introduction into the Czech alphabet, you will learn about the culture, some basic phrases, the forms of the verb “to be” and personal pronouns in nominative.

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Course:
Smooth start

  • Level A0
  • 2h 46m

I took the “Smooth Start” course. As an absolute beginner it gave me a fairly good idea of what the language looks like. I became quite confident in reading Czech alphabet and also learnt a few useful survival phrases for day to day life in the Czech republic. I think I would love to proceed learning and consider taking the following classes as well.

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