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silverkinguk
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PostPosted: 07-Dec-04 21:17  Reply with quote

Thats making sausages lol.
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LucieK
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PostPosted: 07-Dec-04 22:37  Reply with quote

Hi Silverkinguk,

thanks for explaining what I meant. I didn't realize that outside of the US where is mostly used the word Kolbasa people wouldn't understand what I wrote.

So here is the correction: klobasa in Czech, kolbasa in American English, sausage in English.

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silverkinguk
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PostPosted: 08-Dec-04 0:06  Reply with quote

Hi,
Thats fine.I like czech sausages actually the cajbasa brand is very good,devil hot!
Make sure you got enough water to drink after Smile .Good with some rohliks!

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Halef
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PostPosted: 08-Dec-04 16:05  Reply with quote

silverkinguk wrote:
I like czech sausages actually the cajbasa brand is very good,devil hot!
Make sure you got enough water to drink after Smile .Good with some rohliks!


Čabajská klobása, or shortly čabajka. It is actually a Hungarian speciality. Don't drink water, it just gets worse Smile Rohlíks are good idea.
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silverkinguk
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PostPosted: 08-Dec-04 16:36  Reply with quote

Hi,
Ya thats the one yummy!
Yea rohliks! Those sausages steam up in the oven lol don't keep it in too long.Smoke everywhere thought the flat was on fire lol.

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iluvuma1
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Joined: 25 Aug 2004
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PostPosted: 08-Dec-04 21:09  Reply with quote

Question:

I've heard that horse sausage is a delicacy in the CR. Is this true? Or is it more of a east Bohemian (my fiance is from Dvur Kralove) treat?
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babicka
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Location: Colne, Lancashire, England

PostPosted: 09-Dec-04 12:06  Reply with quote

Why not advertise this site in some of the Czech newspapers, on local radio and/or leave notices pinned up about this site in places that people frequent often like a library etc.?
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uuspoiss
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PostPosted: 13-Dec-04 11:06  Reply with quote

Halef wrote:
According to my sources, the averagy salary in first quarter of 2004 was 16 722 CZK, which is now something over 700 USD. A month.

According to CSU (the statistical office in CR), in Q3 of 2004 it was Kc 17,738 which should be about $US 780. Sure enough, as this is simply the statistical average, you can probably find differences in different specialities, regions etc.
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magan
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PostPosted: 02-Oct-05 9:57  Reply with quote

You cannot simply compare CR average income to income in the country you are living in. You would also have to compare living expenses, i.e. rent, food, transportation and other. As this is rather difficult, information regarding average salary in CR is rather meaningful for someone who is not Czech living in CR.
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magan
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PostPosted: 02-Oct-05 10:00  Reply with quote

You cannot simply compare CR average income to income in the country you are living in.

You would also have to compare living expenses, i.e. rent, food, transportation and other. As this is rather difficult, information regarding average salary in CR is rather meaningless for someone who is not Czech living in CR

.....unless it makes you feel better thinking you are making more (don't forget you have to spend more too!!).
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