Czech course types for Foreigners
A two-week intensive course
From Monday to Friday from 9.30 to 12.30 or from 13.00 to 16.00 / 40x45min
The quickest way to "plunge" into Czech in a very short time. The courses continue every two weeks. The price for one lesson is only 125 CZK. There is a 500 CZK discount if you continue onto any of our intensive courses.
2x90 min per week: morning, noon, afternoon or evening
Regular classes will keep you in shape. You can explore the beauty of the Czech language and experience new successes while studying it with other students. Enrolment and payment is possible monthly and the courses are opened all year-round.
Friday course "The Big Friday"
Every Friday from 9.30 to 12.30
If you are busy for most of your weekdays but do not want to sacrifice your weekends, this course is ideal for you. Enrolment and payment is possible monthly and the courses are opened all year-round.
Every Saturday from 10.00 to 14.30
Saturday Intensive courses are ideal for those who cannot attend our Standard or Intensive courses during the week. Enrolment and payment is possible monthly and the courses are opened all year-round.
None of our courses suitable for your timetable? DonÂ´t want to study in a group? Arrange a private course with us which we will tailor exactly to your needs.
1. Intensity - from 1x 90 min a week
2. Schedule - lessons can be run from Monday to Friday, time can be arranged as needed from 8.00 to 20.00
3. Place - CLT classrooms, your office, home, cafĂ© etc.
Czech Pronunciation course
30 min of individual lessons with a pronunciation expert
Your pronunciation will be diagnosed in the first session with our expert. All other treatments will depend on your specific individual needs and requirements. Furthermore, you can book more consultations and work on improving your Czech pronunciation.
False Beginners A1.1
Book: Czech Step by Step 1 (Units 2-6)
Topics: Orientation; Asking for directions; Locations; In restaurant; Food; Family; Describing people; Expressing the time (days of the week, parts of the day); Daily routine; "What did you do today?"
Grammar: Accusative sg.; Present tense; Possessive pronouns; Adjectives; Modal verbs; Past tense
|False Beginners A1.1||Students in group||All courses will continue in the following month||Number of lessons (45 min) per course / Price (CZK)||Status|
|5.9. - 26.9||4-7||Mon + Wed 11.15 - 12.45||14 / 2100||Available||Online Placement Test|
|5.9. - 26.9.||4-7||Mon + Wed 17.00 - 18.30||14 / 2100||Available||Online Placement Test|
|5.9. - 26.9.||4-7||Mon + Wed 18.30 - 20.00||14 / 2100||Available||Online Placement Test|
|6.9. - 27.9.||4-7||Tue + Thu 17.00 - 18.30||14 / 2100||Available||Online Placement Test|
|6.9. - 27.9.||4-7||Tue + Thu 18.30 - 20.00||14 / 2100||Available||Online Placement Test|
|False Beginners A1.1||Students in group||All weekend courses will continue in the following month||Number of lessons (45 min) per course / Price (CZK)||Status|
|8.9. - 22.9.||4-7||Saturdays 10.00 - 14.30||18 / 2700||Available||Online Placement Test|