Practice in Czech Language

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ethernal77
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Practice in Czech Language

Postby ethernal77 » 10-Dec-07 14:06

Hello everyone, I recently visited Czech Republic and falling love with it. I would love to exchange some emails with Czech people to get to know more about country so is people and the language. Hope somebody will reply. Thank you
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Postby kibicz » 10-Dec-07 22:13

Hi,
Iam student so I have enough time to reply your emails ( martin(dot)zeli(kyselarybička)seznam.cz ) - but dont expect immediate replys - I usually check my mailbox twice a day.
looking forward to your message;)
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Zik
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Postby Zik » 12-Dec-07 23:47

Hello, if you want, you can write me (Zik99@seznam.cz), I can help you. But you can use this phorum for your learning - we say in the Czech Republic: ,,Víc hlav víc ví." - could anybody translate it into English? I don't know how to do it well... :lol:
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Postby eso » 13-Dec-07 0:20

Zik wrote:Hello, if you want, you can write me (Zik99@seznam.cz), I can help you. But you can use this phorum for your learning - we say in the Czech Republic: ,,Víc hlav víc ví." - could anybody translate it into English? I don't know how to do it well... :lol:


Similar English saying is:
Two heads are better than one.
When in trouble or in doubt,
run in circles scream and shout.
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Postby Zik » 13-Dec-07 9:42

eso wrote:
Zik wrote:Hello, if you want, you can write me (Zik99@seznam.cz), I can help you. But you can use this phorum for your learning - we say in the Czech Republic: ,,Víc hlav víc ví." - could anybody translate it into English? I don't know how to do it well... :lol:


Similar English saying is:
Two heads are better than one.

Thank you... :wink:
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