I'm moving to Prague in late August to study for a semester and I've been trying to learn a little czech. I used Pimsleur's Essential Czech to learn the basics (I find Pimsleur's system is the best for oral fluency), but it's not a very comprehensive course (only 5 hours worth of audio). It also never explains gramatical basics like verb conjugation though I was able to figure out much of it purely by speaking it. Anyway, that's the background of what I've done so far... Now I'm looking for a way to learn more advanced czech (can't pick up girls with the phrase "Excuse me, could you please tell me where the metro station is" afterall). I have a czech-english dictionary which I find almost helpful, with a few exceptions. Most importantly, it doesn't state whether or not a verb is irregular. I found a website that explains the four basic present tense conjugations, but if it's anything like English, Spanish, or French, that covers at most half of commonly used verbs. This being said, is there anything like 501 Czech verbs out there? This is an excellent tool for learning languages. I'm looking through my dictionary right now and chtit isn't even in the czech side (though it's on the english side for "want"). So obnoxious. Is there at least a decent dictionary out there. I'm using Hippocrene Concise Dictionary. Thanks guys.