Blog - Czech for Foreigners

Nominative; genitive; dative; accusative; vocative; locative; and instrumental: for foreigners who try to penetrate the secrets of the Czech language, these seven words are almost a mantra. This mantra is the essence of Czech grammar, which at first seems terrifying, but soon brings students a feeling of victory - for example, when they learn to use the word “beer” in all its forms (piva, pivu, pivem). In addition to this tricky grammar, students learn in our courses the correct usage of the “formal” and “familiar” (or informal) forms of address (tykat, vykat); why men have the right to...

Dear students, during our Czech language courses, our students have created a large number of unique and entertaining texts, quizzes, recipes, pictures, etc. We felt sorry that all this wonderful content won´t appear anywhere, so we decided to release a bulletin in which these texts, written by our students of Czech Language Training, are published. We bring you a recipe for Onion soup, a modern fairy-tale The Dragon and the Princess and a reflection on forgetting. You can also find here an interview with our lecturer of pronunciation classes. We wish you a nice reading....

Dear students, our students have created a large number of unique and entertaining texts, quizzes, recipes, pictures, etc. in our courses of Czech language. We felt sorry that all this wonderful content won´t appear anywhere, so we decided to release a first issue of our bulletin, in which we publish these texts of your colleagues, students of Czech Language Training. In this first issue you can find, among other things, a creamy potato soup recipe by Emilia from Finland, or a fictitious interview with David Beckham and a quiz about the UK. Our magazine would also like to...