By James Naughton
Colloquial Czech offers a step by step direction in Czech because it is written and spoken this present day. Combining a common process with an intensive remedy of the language, it equips novices with the basic abilities had to speak hopefully and successfully in Czech in a wide variety of events. No previous wisdom of the language is required.
Key beneficial properties include:
• innovative assurance of conversing, listening, analyzing and writing skills;
• dependent, jargon-free factors of grammar;
• an intensive diversity of concentrated and stimulating exercises;
• sensible and exciting dialogues protecting a wide number of scenarios;
• worthy vocabulary lists in the course of the text;
• extra assets on hand behind the ebook, together with an entire solution key, a grammar precis and bilingual glossaries.
Balanced, entire and profitable, Colloquial Czech should be an integral source either for self reliant novices and scholars taking classes in Czech.
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Neum2jí psát. Do you know how to cook? They don’t know how to write. Rozum2t/rozumím ‘to understand’ has present forms on the same lines as um2t. Rozumíte? Ano, rozumím. Do you understand? Yes, I understand. Languages To say ‘know (a language)’ use um2t ‘know how to’ followed by special language adverbs ending in -sky or -cky (short -y): 1esky (in) Czech anglicky English n2mecky German slovensky Slovak mad’arsky Hungarian polsky Polish rusky Russian 38 Unit 2: Co dWláte? francouzsky French 1ínsky Chinese špan2lsky Spanish japonsky Japanese Pan Beneš umí jenom 1esky.
Umíš anglicky? Rozumíte n2mecky? Umí Eva va Na shledanou. Hello! How are you? Thank you, well. Have you been waiting long? No. Only a (short) while. Here’s that parcel for you ( lit. ‘Here you have that parcel’). Here you are (lit. ‘Please’). Thank you. Goodbye. Goodbye. Unit 1: Welcome to Prague! g. Máte tady balík. = There’s a parcel here for you. (lit. ’) Dialogue 5 TWžký kufr A heavy suitcase (CD1; 25) Adam and Eve wrestle over a heavy case. e. use ty and matching verb forms when speaking to each other. ADAM EVA ADAM EVA ADAM EVA ADAM EVA ADAM EVA ADAM Ahoj, Evo!
Na shledanou. Hello! How are you? Thank you, well. Have you been waiting long? No. Only a (short) while. Here’s that parcel for you ( lit. ‘Here you have that parcel’). Here you are (lit. ‘Please’). Thank you. Goodbye. Goodbye. Unit 1: Welcome to Prague! g. Máte tady balík. = There’s a parcel here for you. (lit. ’) Dialogue 5 TWžký kufr A heavy suitcase (CD1; 25) Adam and Eve wrestle over a heavy case. e. use ty and matching verb forms when speaking to each other. ADAM EVA ADAM EVA ADAM EVA ADAM EVA ADAM EVA ADAM Ahoj, Evo!