Blog - Czech for Foreigners

Dear students, for those cold winter days we bring you the third issue of our bulletin created from the texts of our students. This issue features a survey on how our students study Czech, a dramatic piece about the hardships in public restrooms, and last but not least a recipe for traditional Japanese dish "NIKUJAGA". We also want the magazine to become a voluntary part of your learning. We have tried to enrich the texts by special tasks, which will further help you improve your Czech. We hope that the magazine will bring you both entertainment and inspiration for further...

On our intensive course you spend two weeks (but you can continue for longer) within a small group of students who speak Czech to the same level as you. Every day of the course, you manage two 90 minutes lessons with a break between the lessons. The break allows you to fill up your energy tank, enjoy a cup of coffee or have a chat with somebody from the class.

As a student of Czech language and literature at Charles University, I have always wanted to experience a lesson of “Czech for foreigners”. I thus contacted the Director of the Czech Language Training, Miroslav Kašpárek and arranged to participate in a sample lesson at his language school that focuses on teaching Czech to foreigners.

At CLT, enrolment in our Czech for foreigners language courses is possible every month. CLT was in 2002 the first to start this approach, which has been successfully used ever since.

If you are a complete beginner, just let us know that you are interested in our courses (office@czlt.cz, +420 737 110 287, +420 222 713 270) and we will send you a complete offer of our beginners courses. If you have ever studied Czech, please complete our online test at http:...