Eeee, my first post! Anywho, I'm a silly Southern girl looking for someone to help me learn Czech. I can pronounce it just fine, and learning individual words and phrases is easy enough and I can do that on my own, but I must confess : I SUCK at grammar. So, is anyone willing to help me learn how Czech grammar works? Because it's hard to learn from a site, and I am pretty lost. If anyone wants to teach me, PLEASE be really naggy and annoying, as I have a really bad habit of starting to learn a language and then giving up. Which is why I can converse with a child in German and French. And Russian. And Swedish. And Spanish. And Japanese. And Dutch. But I'm nowhere near fluent, and when someone starts speaking, I go, "Eeeeehhhh?". But I really like Czech (as a culture and country, not just the language), and I really don't want to quit this time. After college, I plan on either moving to Terezín or Hodonín. Opposite sides of the country, I know. But it's such a nice place, and the people seem really sweet. And the culture is just so--ah! Love it. So....takers? Really, I'm not as annoying as I appear.