Everyday phrases in Czech
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Everyday phrases in Czech
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Greetings, farewells and courtesy phrases - Přivítání, rozloučení a zdvořilostní frázeGreetings, farewells and courtesy phrases - Přivítání, rozloučení a zd...  
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Shopping - NakupováníShopping - Nakupování  
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At school - Ve školeAt school - Ve škole  
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In a bank - V banceIn a bank - V bance  
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In a restaurant - V restauraciIn a restaurant - V restauraci  
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In an interview - Na pohovoruIn an interview - Na pohovoru  
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At work - V práciAt work - V práci  
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In a hotel - V hoteluIn a hotel - V hotelu  
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Facts you didn't know about Czech

Czech is a Slavic language spoken by over 10 million people worldwide. It is mutually intelligible with Slovak and has lexical similarities with Polish, Russian, Ukrainian and other Slavic languages. Here are some of the things you definitely didn't know about the Czech language:

  • 1. One of the most complicated rules in Czech is the capitalization. Only a third of the native speakers know when to use capitals correctly.
  • 2. There is vowel length in Czech. Those vowels that have an accent above them should be pronounced longer.
  • 3. You can change the word order in a sentence and it will still make sense.
  • 4. The letter "ř" is a very unique one because it is used only in the Czech language.
  • 5. There are four main dialects in Czech based on the region of the country.
  • 6. Some Czech words have several degrees of diminutives. The most common example is the word "book": kniha - knížka - knížečka.

Start discovering this language by learning the most important and commonly used Czech phrases, as thank you in Czech and hello in Czech along with their pronunciation and their Czech to English translation! Impress the natives with your knowledge of Czech!

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