Aleco wrote:Wow that's not too common I bet! You can do a Czech bachelor's at my university, though, so it might be a part of her degree. They only offer new classes every three years, and that of course had to be right now when I am in Japan
Yasna wrote:One day in the distant future I'll venture into Czech so I can read Nesnesitelná lehkost bytí.
Yasna wrote:Yasna wrote:One day in the distant future I'll venture into Czech so I can read Nesnesitelná lehkost bytí.
No you won't.
hefei1994 wrote:I surfed in the French MOOC --FUN and found a course of Czech (the name is "Kit de contact en langue tchèque"), so I registered the course because I want to try different languages. Now I am in the third week, it is an amazing experience for me and it is the first time that I really experience grammatical case.
matondo wrote:I am learning Czech now because I feel so bad about staying in Prague for more than a year and not knowing the language.
Ciarán12 wrote:I'm seriously considering moving to Prague next year, hence I'm eyeing up Czech. Out of interest, is it easy to live there
without being able to speak Czech?
Antea wrote:I am starting to learn it. I am going to pick a language book and try to finish all the lessons. I would like to be able to read it and also understand it when spoken. I would go smoothly though, without any pressure or time limit. I am already able to understand the general meaning of a conversation, because it has some words similar to Russian.
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