In-class or Online?
Why to study in-class courses with us?
1) We stay in the heart of Pragueâ€™s most popular expat quarter â€“ Vinohrady (10 meters from a tram stop)
2) We offer studying in perfectly equipped and air conditioned classrooms youtube
3) You can meet many interesting people from all over the world and enjoy a cooperation with them in very small groups (only 4-8 students)
4) You can have a lot of fun together at our school parties like CLT Pub Quiz
Why and how to study online with us?
1) You can easily take your Czech lessons from any place in the world.
2) Choose a course (Intensive, Standard, Weekend or Private) on our website according to your level.
3) When you are not sure about your level take our placement test on placement-test-on-line
4) We will send you our offer within two hours. We are online for you 12 hours a day.
5) After completing the online registration, your tutor will contact you with simple instructions and an invitation to your online course.
6) Stay at home or abroad and study with us. We will teach you how to study online. Itâ€™s easy, comfortable and fun.
None of our courses suitable for your timetable? DonÂ´t want to study in a group? Arrange online private course with us which we will tailor exactly to your needs.
- Intensity - from 1x 60 min a week
- Schedule - lessons can be run from Monday to Friday, time can be arranged as needed from 8.00 to 20.00
Book: Czech Step by Step 1 (Unit 1) (approx. 12-15 lessons)
Topics: Formal and informal dialogues; Czech phonetics; Numbers; Professions
Grammar: The verb "to be"; Natural and grammatical gender; Present tense
Only for a two-week Beginner intensive courses
Book: Czech Step by Step 1 (Unit 1-5) (40 lessons)
Topics: Formal and informal dialogues; Czech phonetics; Numbers; Professions; Orientation; Asking for directions; Locations; In restaurant; Food; Family; Describing people; Expressing the time (days of the week, parts of the day); Daily routine
Grammar: The verb "to be"; Natural and grammatical gender; Present tense; Accusative sg.; Possessive pronouns; Adjectives; Modal verbs
False Beginners A1.1
Book: Czech Step by Step 1 (Units 2-5) (approx. 50-60 lessons)
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
Grammar: Present tense; Accusative sg.; Possessive pronouns; Adjectives; Modal verbs
Book: Czech Step by Step 1 (Units 6-9) (approx. 40-60 lessons)
Topics: "What did you do today?"; Famous people; Locations; Nationalities and countries; House, apartment and furniture; Planning the weekend; Leisure time; Human body; At the doctor
Grammar: Past tense; Locative sg.; Prepositions V/NA/U; Verbs + Accusative sg.; Nominative and accusative pl.; Future tense
Upper Elementary A1.3
Book: Czech Step by Step 1 (Units 10-13) (approx. 40-60 lessons)
Topics: Place where I liveâ€¦; Travelling; Holiday; Chores; Excuses; â€śWhat if â€¦â€ś; Personality
Grammar: Prepositions DO/NA/K; Genitive sg.; Prepositions + genitive; Long and short verbs of motion; Prefixes; The aspect; Future tense of perfective verbs; Conditional
Books: Czech Step by Step 1 (Units 14-18) (approx. 40-60 lessons)
Topics: Weather; Communication; Computer and internet; Shopping; Fashion and clothing; Services; Relations;
Grammar: Adverbs vs Adjectives; Comparatives and superlatives of adjectives; Dative sg.; Verbs + dative; Prepositions + dative; The dative object-centred constructions; Instrumental sg.; Prepositions + instrumental and accusative; Verbs + instrumental; Verbs + locative
Books: Czech Step by Step 1 (Units 19-24) (approx. 40-60 lessons)
Topics: Parents and children; Giving orders; Cooking; Animals; Searching for a job; Curriculum vitae; Culture and history; Czechia (facts)
Grammar: Imperative; Vocative sg.; Partitive and possessive genitive; Genitive pl.; Nominative pl. mask. an./n.; Comparatives and superlatives of adverbs; Ordinal numbers; Reflexive verbs; Declension â€“ revision
Pre-intermediate II. B1.1
Books: Czech Step by Step 2 (Units 1-10) (approx. 120-150 lessons)
Topics: Meeting each other; Family, In a restaurant; Where do we live?; Travelling, Orientation; Jobs, Job search; Celebrating birthdays, holidays and anniversaries; People and things; Shops and shopping; Holidays and traditions; Invitation and visiting; Women and men in today's society; Services; Sports and games; Holidays
Grammar: Nominative sg.; Declension kdo, co + nÄ›kdo, nÄ›co, nikdo, nic; Accusative sg.; Personal pronouns in accusative, Model nous of accusative pl.; Locative sg.; Personal pronouns in the locative; Model nouns of locative pl.; Genitive sg.; Personal pronouns in the genitive; Model nouns of genitive pl.; Instrumental sg.; Personal pronouns in instrumental; Model nouns of genitive pl.; Dative sg.; Personal pronouns in dative, Model nouns of dative pl.; Nominative and accusative pl.; Time and date, Time conjunctions and expressions; The aspect; Time clauses with â€śkdyĹľâ€ť and â€śaĹľâ€ť; Prefixes; Verbs of motion
Book: Czech Step by Step 2 (Units 11-20) (approx. 120-150 lessons)
Topics: Health & lifestyle; At the doctorÂ´s; Culture and art; How do we look?; Discussion or argument; Age of information, newspapers, the Internet; Society and values; the Post office and bank; Planet earth, Weather; Investment, trade and business; Fashion and clothing; Cars and drivers; Czech history 1948 - 1989; Education and training; We read in Czech; Geography and public administration
Grammar: Accusative and dative object-centred constructions; Imperative; Genitive pl.; Possessive adjectives; Comparison of adjectives and adverbs; Formation of adverbs; Locative pl.; Plural nouns; Conditional; Modality; Dative pl.; Conjunctions; Instrumental pl.; Declension of words: den (day), tĂ˝den (week), rok (year), ÄŤlovÄ›k (human), dĂtÄ› (child); Numerals and their declension; Fractions and decimals; The pronoun â€śtenâ€ť; Reflexive â€śse / siâ€ť; Reflexive passive; Descriptive passive; Verbal nouns and adjectives; Colloquial Czech; Spelling