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jonesnewton
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My English coversation for your Czech.

Postby jonesnewton » 18-Feb-10 17:26

Any Czech speaking locals willing to spend some time just talking each others native langauge. I will not/ cannot do the grammer thing, I am not a teacher, I am an expat Englishman, married to Czech who wants/needs to learn to speak Czech.
If you say it is that way because it is, I am happy with that.
I cannot pay, exchange only, but we can have a beer/coffee where ever?
I am currently participating in a 3 month course, but would like to broaden my spoken word.
My best times would be Thursday or Friday daytimes, but I can be flexible for other days.
I live in P6, but can travel.

Even have a trial run, I will not be offended if you think I am to slow

Regards.
Neil
T.T.F.N. :-)
Wicker808
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Postby Wicker808 » 19-Feb-10 8:30

jonesnewton wrote:I will not/ cannot do the grammer thing,


You don't "do" grammar? How are you going to practice Czech without grammar? Are you going to omit just morphology, or syntax as well?

Inquiring minds want to know.
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Postby jonesnewton » 19-Feb-10 8:41

Dear Wicker 808,

what I meant was that I will not teach grammer in English>

I will not/ cannot do the grammer thing, I am not a teacher,

meaning I will not try to teach grammer to the person I would be conversing with!

I am sorry but I thought my request was clear>

Any Czech speaking locals willing to spend some time just talking each others native langauge

Thanks for your reply..
T.T.F.N. :-)
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Postby Wicker808 » 19-Feb-10 8:47

Ah, okay, now I get it. Thanks for clearing that up.

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