Hi, I'm new to the Czech Language, but I will be living in Prague for six months to teach English and therefore I want the best Czech I can have when I go over there and I have a little over a month to learn what I can. Now I read a very helpful post to someone else that recommended "Before you know it" website and their free download, which really is excellent. I found myself excited, I now know the months, the colours etc, but then I remembered, I simply know one version (presumably the nominative) of these, as Czech is an inflected language. I don't expect to be able to deal with the full declensions instantly or to even learn them straight away but what I would like is to know which declensions the words that I am learning fit in, so far all the online dictionairies, I have looked at just give me the nominative but no other version, does anyone know where I can find one that will give me the indication of what case and gender the noun belongs I realise the end of the word can sometimes, but not always give a strong clue to this, but is there something more substantial for a beginner who cannot do this automatically. Additionally how will I be able to recognise it when it is given, for instance in Latin, the nouns declension is given by the nominative-genitive endings, ie puella-puellae, from that you can instantly know that is first declension and feminine. Is there a similar system for Czech? Thanks.