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By James Naughton

Colloquial Czech offers a step by step direction in Czech because it is written and spoken this day. Combining a common method with a radical therapy of the language, it equips beginners with the fundamental abilities had to converse expectantly and successfully in Czech in a vast diversity of events. No earlier wisdom of the language is required.
Key good points include:
• innovative insurance of talking, listening, examining and writing skills;
• based, jargon-free factors of grammar;
• an intensive variety of centred and stimulating exercises;
• real looking and pleasing dialogues overlaying a large number of scenarios;
• worthwhile vocabulary lists in the course of the text;
• extra assets on hand behind the booklet, together with an entire solution key, a grammar precis and bilingual glossaries.
Balanced, accomplished and profitable, Colloquial Czech could be an integral source either for self sufficient rookies and scholars taking classes in Czech.

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And heavy. But you’re strong anyway though, aren’t you? No, I’m not that strong. But we’re in luck! A taxi’s waiting outside. Vocabulary ahoj hi, hello/bye ale but (not always first word in a clause) bohužel unfortunately 1ekáš you wait, here = have been waiting ne? no? here = aren’t you? p

Euros eight, nine, ten . . pounds five . . dollars (The older Czech halé<, coll. ) 31 Unit 2: What are you doing? ) Learn also sto ‘a hundred’: sto dvacet ‘a hundred and twenty’. Compounds are straightforward. With ‘one’ and ‘two’ just use fixed forms jedna and dva regardless of gender: dvacet jedna korun dvacet dva liber dvacet p2t eur/coll. euro twenty-one crowns twenty-two pounds twenty-five euros Simple arithmetic is expressed like this (for division see Unit 16): T

Yes? Can I help you? – Beer, please. Sorry? – Beer, please. assistant fetches it Prosím. – D2kuju p2kn2. Prosím. Here you are. – Thank you very much (lit. ‘nicely’). You’re welcome. Addressing people – the vocative For addressing a person, there is a special ending or ‘case’ of the noun in Czech called the ‘vocative’. This only applies in the singular, and only to masculine and feminine nouns (not neuters). In English we just use intonation to express this. Unit 1: Welcome to Prague! Nouns ending in -a regularly change their ending to -o!

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