The right Czech textbook?

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Pietiemini
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The right Czech textbook?

Postby Pietiemini » 23-Oct-11 16:04

Hey all,

I am desperate to learn the Czech language as I have a Czech girlfriend for a while now, but unfortunately I cannot communicate very well with her family..

Can someone please tell which book(s) can help me out big time with the whole language pack?? I want to know the words, grammar everything!

Thanks!!

P.s. I don't have tape-players
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Postby janaslav » 27-Oct-11 20:03

Hello!

I put some pictures of the most common textbooks on FB - with comments: www.facebook.com/czech.in.prague.

You might also find this helpful to start learning Czech.
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Postby Pietiemini » 04-Nov-11 20:47

Thanks for your reply! I'm going to order a book a.s.a.p. :)
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Postby scrimshaw » 05-Nov-11 23:15

That "start learning czech" is a great resource.
Jsem zvědav, jak by to vypadalo, kdybych byl přivolávačem deště. Jak by to vypadalo, kdybych uměl přivolat déšt'?
Mám pocit ale, že se to bohužel nikdy nedozvím.
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Postby janaslav » 28-Nov-11 21:46

I'm glad you like it :D

I'd be grateful for any feedback or suggestions -just take a few minutes to fill in a survey, please! (Or send me an e-mail.)
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Postby phi11ip » 29-Nov-11 12:43

I agree with with Scrimshaw. What a wonderful resource for learning Czech. Am not learning at the moment but I am sure it would have been very useful. I've bookmarked the site, just in case I start again.
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Postby scrimshaw » 29-Nov-11 15:16

Hi Jano, I took that survey on your 'Start learning czech' web site. That is a very useful link. You did a great job. Professionally done and easy to navigate. Good luck with it.
Jsem zvědav, jak by to vypadalo, kdybych byl přivolávačem deště. Jak by to vypadalo, kdybych uměl přivolat déšt'?

Mám pocit ale, že se to bohužel nikdy nedozvím.
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Postby janaslav » 29-Nov-11 15:59

Děkuju moc! :)
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Postby Ctyri koruny » 08-Mar-13 12:14

I found "Coloquial Czech" by James Naughton to be fantastic without a teacher, and "Czech Step by Step" fantastic with a teacher (though some people have used it successfully without a teacher).

List of free resources here: https://sites.google.com/site/czechdirectory/
Představivost je důležitější než vědomosti.
Mám červenou tužku.
Directory of free Czech Learning aids:
http://sites.google.com/site/czechdirectory/

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