Simplified beginner Czech with a polyglot (free course)
Ahoj, and welcome to my Czech for beginners language course. My name is Tereza and I am a Czech native speaker from Prague, the Czech Republic.
This course is intended for complete beginners or for people who want to sharpen their basics of Czech. Whatever your motivation might be, I am here to help you decide whether or not learning Czech is worth your time and energy. You will learn the basics of authentic Czech that you will be able to use in everyday situations. You do not need to have any previous knowledge of Czech, but I recommend you to check out my Youtube channel where I upload videos about the Czech alphabet and basic verbs (the link is on my profile).
In this beginner course you will learn the system of Czech cases. The aim of this course is to understand how Czech grammar works through stories about a Czech-American girl called Anna. This free course has 2 lessons made in a form of a video combined with various exercises on a separate worksheet. You will also find transcriptions and translations on this worksheet.After the completion of this course you will be able to present yourself, talk about your every day life and describe it using Czech cases. You will understand how Czech grammatical system works and you will be able to actively use it.
I hope you will enjoy this course and thank you for enrolling, let’s do it.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner students of Czech
- Students of Slavic languages
- Intermediate students of Czech
- Travelers who intend to visit the Czech Republic
- 02:37Introduction to this free course
My name is Tereza and I’m from Prague in the Czech Republic. I am a full–time freelance language teacher. I love foreign languages and travelling. I completed my Bachelor degree in English, French language and literature at Charles University in Prague. Then I spent six years in Paris, France where I completed my Master's degree in Tourism at Sorbonne University. I also spent eight months in Costa Rica working for a travel agency. I have been teaching French, English, Spanish and Czech for the last four years. I have started doing online videos and Youtube and finally created my first Czech language course. This course as all my videos apply my TLE method of teaching languages = Talk. Learn. Enjoy! Learning a new language should be a fun challenge, not a memorizing nightmare. So if you want to learn a new language, feel confident while speaking a foreign language is essential. To feel confident, you need to practise the language. Make mistakes, gain confidence and most importantly – have fun doing it!