Czech for Foreigners-Pre-Intermediate 2

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
702SCA22 ZK 2 2T Czech summer

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

Expansion of basic grammar and vocabulary.

Ability to communicate in simple practical situations

Basic study vocabulary.

Mode of study

Text reading and anlysis, listenings, presentation and practice of grammar structures and vocabulary, moderated dicussions.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

A requirement for registration is a knowledge of the language corresponding to the lower level course.

Course contents

Lessons 8 - 10 from the coursebook Čeština expres 2

Topics: Czech „rituals“

Planning activities

Writing emails

Home and Flat

Stores and advertisement

Travel

Grammar: Future

Genitive singular; Where and To where

Prepostions do, na, k, pro, za na

Nominative and accusative plural

Verbs of movement (short vs long; prefixes)

Topics connected with subjects of study and their terminology

Conversation topics and grammar may change in relation to the needs of the group and supplementary study material

Recommended or required reading

ADAMOVIČOVÁ, Ana, IVANOVOVÁ, Darina. Basic Czech I. Praha: Karolinum, 2009. ISBN 978-80-246-1097-9

DAVIES, Bruce, HEJDUKOVÁ, Jana. 401 Czech Verbs, Prague: Bruce Davies, 2006. ISBN 80-239-7260-X

HOLÁ, Lída. New Czech Step by Step, Praha: Akropolis, 2008. ISBN 978-80-86903-73-6

NEKOVÁŘOVÁ, Alena. Čeština pro život: 15 moderních konverzačních témat. Praha: Akropolis, 2008. ISBN 80-86903-23-0

Assessment methods and criteria

Class participation, completion of assignments, completion of tests after each lesson and writing the final exam.

Note

If the student is not able to attend instruction because of extenuating circumstances (internship, competitions, serious health issues), the student is required to contact the course instructor, obtain materials and arrange consultation hours. Otherwise, the student will not be awarded credit nor permitted to sit the exam.

Further information

No schedule has been prepared for this course

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