Czech for Foreigners-Elementary 1

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
702SCA11 credit 1 2 seminar hours (45 min) of instruction per week, 7 to 12 hours of self-study English, Czech winter and summer

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Name of lecturer(s)

Contents

Topics: Who are you? Where are you from? What do you do?

Greetings

Phone and email communication

What is it?

Directions in the city

Food and drink

Communication in restaurant (order, to pay, tips)

My family / Where we meet?

Grammar: verb to be, to do

Verbs: -Á coniugation, -Í coniugation, -E coniugation

It is...it´s not...

Numbers 0–1000

Expresing location and direction

Public transportation

Adverbs up, down...

Nominativ sg., Accusativ sg.

werb mít rád + Accusativ sg.

Learning outcomes

Introduction to the phonetic, grammatic and lexical basics of Czech language.

Ability to react in simple everyday situations.

Prerequisites and other requirements

This course is intended for studentw who have never studied the language.

Literature

Basic material:

Čeština expres, Holá, Lída; Bořilová, Pavla, Akropolis 2012 - highly recommended to have

Recommended literature:

Česky krok za krokem 1, Holá, Lída, Akropolis, 2016

Česky krok za krokem, Pracovní sešit 1-12, Holá, Lída; Bulejčíková, Petra; Převrátilová, Sylva, Akropolis 2016 (2021)

Starý Kořánová Ilona: Film Czech. Praha: NAMU. 2016

Starý Kořánová Ilona: Česká čítanka. Praha: Akropolis 2012

https://www.czechstepbystep.cz/materialy-on-line

Evaluation methods and criteria

Credit is awarded based on:

Note

Exchange students and students in English language programmes are only eligible to register for this course.

Minimum number of students required for the course to open: 6

Follow-up course (summer semester): 702SCA12 Czech for Foreigners - Elementary 2

Further information

Course may be repeated

No schedule has been prepared for this course

The subject is a part of the following study plans