Czech False beginner course is for those who have started to learn many times and those who understand but have difficulties expressing themselves correctly, creating sentences etc.

False beginner course description:

  • 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 express my needs to the people around me in simple sentences and phrases
  • understand directories and informational signs
  • be able to order food and drinks in restaurants and communicate in stores
  • be able to give directions and answer questions starting with „where“?
  • be able to communicate at the doctor’s (e.g. to describe my health problems in simple sentences)

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

  • topics covered in the Beginner 1 Course (intensive revision)
  • future tense of perfect and imperfect verbs
  • motion verbs and their prefixes
  • plural nominative and accusative
  • singular genitive and its functions

Topics for conversation:

  • in a restaurant
  • food (basic types, fruit and vegetables)
  • me and my hobbies
  • travelling
  • at the doctor’s

Length of the course

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

Materials the False beginner course is based on:

  • set at the first lesson; copies provided by the teacher, New Czech Step by Step

Structure and plan of the lessons will be adjusted to the knowledge and skills of the students.

New Czech Step by Step

New Czech Step by Step

Dates & registration:

General Czech courses (you will be forwarded)
Summer Czech courses

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

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