If you post a picture, I can have a look. That excerpt may be "Městská rada v Písku" - "City Council of Písek".
Assuming the male form is "Kolínský" (with all accents), the correct female form is "Kolínská". This is similar for all names derived from a...
Well, Skuhravy retired from football some 10 years ago, that's quite a long time. Also, for Czechs it is not that common to have a personal...
Age of consent: 15
Drinking, driving, voting: 18
Watching a wrestling match: 21.
Já ho vemu naplocho mečem, ne? :wink:
The girls from Gambrinus Brno have actually won the European league this year... and they do quite well in the world league as well :)
Gift registries are not common, but they do exist (I think I've seen them in Hypernova stores, IKEA and some gift shops).
There are also some...
"died our deeply loved husband and father"
You guys should really adopt the SI system :)
Trythis sitefor conversions from grams to other mass units.
Filberts are hazelnuts. I usually...
The guy who plays Borat is not even remotely a Kazakh. He is a British actor. So I guess he just picked up some phrases he liked from various...
That depends on the bank... Some machines also provide 100,- Kc bills (CSOBs ones do, for one).
Sometimes the machine runs out of these (100s and...
Basically anything from http://www.thinkgeek.com/ :) (Yes, I want a lightsaber...)
Average income in Slovakia, 2.Q 2006: 18 324 Sk, that is 14 256 CZK
Average income in Czech Republic, 2.Q 2006: 20 036 CZK
Sources: Slovak and...
Let the flame started, shall we?
Most Czechs can't tell the difference between US and UK English. "Americans are hated the world over" sounds a...
Charlies is in Koblizna st., I think. In Masarykova, I recall Zelená kočka (Green cat).
Definitely, there are tons of them in Brno :D
OT: Actually, this year, after the new Faculty of management building has been opened in our...
Just one week? Don't panic, she might just be on a late holiday, or her computer is broken :)
I have done some googling, and have found one...
OK, I'll add even more smileys next time...
This is what dictionaries are for :)
Interesting, I would consider "vzdy" more archaic (or bookish) than "vzdycky".
Separate names with a comma.