If a Czech person were living in Tennessee learning English, he may speak English differently than a Czech personl learning English while living in Maine. For example, he may pronounce the word CAR or HAIL differently. Beside the Bohemian/Moravian difference, does the location of the Czech Republic influence the way words are pronounce. For instance, my husband is from Southern Bohemia. As he teaches me to speak Czech, will I learn to pronouce things differently than someone living elsewhere in the Country?