Czech Beginner 2 course is for students who passed the Beginner 1 course or those who can use grammatical gender, conjugation, the accusative singular; very limited vocabulary, e.g. able to introduce themselves, order food and drinks in restaurants etc.; able to communicate using very simple sentences in the present and past tenses.

Description of the Beginner 2 course:

  • lessons focus on a practical use of Czech in ordinary, daily situations
  • focus on practicing correct pronunciation of Czech speech sounds, speaking, writing, reading, and listening

At the end of the course, I will:

  • be able to describe where and how I live
  • be able to communicate at the doctor’s (e.g. to describe my health problems in simple sentences)
  • know the parts of the human body
  • be able to give directions and answer questions starting with „where“?
  • be able to order food and drinks in restaurants and communicate in stores
  • be able to work with recipes

In terms of grammar, I will be able to use:

  • indefinite and negative pronouns and adverbs
  • future tense of perfect and imperfect verbs
  • motion verbs and their prefixes
  • plural nominative and accusative
  • singular genitive and its functions

Topics for conversation:

  • a man’s home is his castle
  • living: my house / flat
  • free time and weekend
  • travelling and holiday
  • describing people
  • hobbies
  • at the doctor’s (hospital, chemist’s)
  • housework
  • asking for and giving directions (detailed description), shops, services
  • traditional customs

Length of the course

  • 16 two-hour lessons (= 90 min) if not stated otherwise

Materials the Beginner 2 course is based on:

  • Krok za krokem 1 (lessons 7-12), Čeština pro cizince (selected chapters), materials provided by the teacher

Dates & registration:

General Czech courses
Summer Czech courses

Too difficult for you? Try the prior Beginner 1 course.
Too easy for you? Try the follow-up Pre-Intermediate 1 course.

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