The right Czech textbook?

Discussion in 'General Language' started by Pietiemini, Oct 23, 2011.

  1. Pietiemini

    Pietiemini New Member

    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!


    P.s. I don't have tape-players
  2. janaslav

    janaslav Member

  3. Pietiemini

    Pietiemini New Member

    Thanks for your reply! I'm going to order a book a.s.a.p. :)
  4. scrimshaw

    scrimshaw Well-Known Member

    That "start learning czech" is a great resource.
  5. janaslav

    janaslav Member

  6. phi11ip

    phi11ip Well-Known Member

    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.
  7. scrimshaw

    scrimshaw Well-Known Member

    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.
  8. janaslav

    janaslav Member

    Děkuju moc! :)
  9. Ctyri koruny

    Ctyri koruny Well-Known Member

    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:

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