Imperative in Czech language

Imperative in general is used when requesting, comanding or/and asking somebody to do something. To form the imperative, you need the third person plural (oni). drop the endings –ou, -ají or –í from this form what remains can be considered as an imperative basis. This basis can have one consonant at the end or two consonats at the end. One consonant: mluvit –> oni MLUVí –> mluv Imperative: (ty) mluv!, (my) mluvme!, (vy)...

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Gender in Czech

In Czech there are three genders: masculinum, feminimum and neutrum. Gender of nouns must be learned, unfortunatelly, by heart. But there are some tendencies that may help to remember the gender. NOUNS Basic rule (valid for 66 % of Czech nouns) is following: nouns ending at consonant are mostly macsulines (student, muž, pán, stůl, pes, chléb, počítač) nouns ending at the vowel A are mostly feminines (žena, kočka, Eva, taška, škola,...

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