The phonology of Czech can be quite daunting for speakers of other languages as some words do not appear to have vowels: zmrzl (froze solid), ztvrdl (hardened), scvrkl (shrunk), čtvrthrst (quarter-handful), blb (fool), vlk (wolf), and smrt (death). There is also a famous tongue-twister containing only consonants: Strč prst skrz krk. (Stick your finger through your throat)
Conversation Piece offers a wide variety of Czech language training options to suit your availability and tuition needs.
Whether you wish to learn Czech in a one-to-one with a trainer, you and your partner both wish to learn Czech together or you and a small group of friends wish to take Czech lessons together, we can arrange for a Czech trainer to come to your preferred location (your home, your office etc.) or we can arrange for you to use our training room (week days only).
Our teachers recommend a minimum of 1.5 hour lesson per week but this is entirely flexible.
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The content and format of your Czech language course will depend on your degree of fluency in the language, your profession and your reasons for learning. Whether beginner level, intermediate or advanced, primary areas covered in all our Czech courses can include:
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