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Czech Language and Culture

Examination MC
Study Language English
Level Bachelor subject
Guarantor Mgr. Ivana Gebeltová

Summary

The aim of this course is to deliver basic knowledge about the Czech language. Familiar everyday expressions will be taught and frequently used phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a specific type will be explained. Emphasis will be laid on topics such as: personal introduction, basic personal and family information, food and restaurants, shopping etc. The students will learn the way to ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she can do.

Syllabus

1. Introduction: the alphabet, pronunciation notes, basic linguistic vocabulary; conjugation of the verb "být" in the
present tense and its negation; genders and basic word-stock (boy, girl, man, woman, student, school etc.).
2. Basic phrases and conversational phrases: Jak se to řekne česky., Mluvte pomalu, prosím., Nerozumím., Mám otázku.,
Kdo/Co je to.; Jak se máte/š � the vy/Vy//ty distinction; the polysemic use of the word "prosím" (rooted in various
situations); jmenuju se, studuju, pracuju � the Czech verbal classes and basic verbs (the "-je" conjugation).
3. Basic dialogues: Introducing oneself and someone else; nationalities (nouns, adjectives), verbs: mít, jet, jít and
their conjugation; the types of conjugation in all the remaining classes demonstrated on particular verbs (-á: dělat; -
í: prosit, -e: jít, -ne: začne); phrases: Odkud jsi/jste?, Těší mě., Mějte se hezky.
4. Cardinal and ordinal numerals; conversation on the phone; giving phone numbers. How much is it? � Shopping (food and
clothes).
5. Directions; the kde/kam distinction; static description (description of a room); navigating through the city with a
map.
6. Possessive and demonstrative pronouns. Adjectives: hard/soft + basic declination and comparison rules; accusative with
nouns and adjectives; My family.
7. The instrumental (the 7th case) with means of transport (metrem, tramvají). The distinction between "mít rád/rád
dělat". Negative and indefinite pronouns.
8. When is it?: days of the week, months, seasons, dates.; important verbs and their distinction: začít/začínat;
končit/ukončit; otvírat/otevřít; zavírat/zavřít; jít/chodit; přijít/přicházet; jet/jezdit; sejít se.
9. The verb "mít" and its phrasal use: mít kašel, mít rýmu, mít štěstí, mít náladu, mít zkoušku etc.; mít pocit, že…, mít
dojem, že…, mít tušení, že…, mít strach, že…
10. In a restaurant; The menu; basic conversational phrases (dát is; zvlášť/dohromady � Czech customs of rounding the
price for a tip); the Czech menu; 1x, 2x, 3x…(expressing "times").
11. Roleplay: waiter/guest; phrases: chtěl bych � the basics about present conditional mood.
12. Past tense and it practice. A guided tour. Video: The Czech history and present. Czech banknotes � information about
famous and well-known Czechs.
13. Future tense. Perfective and imperfective aspect � basics. Basic future conjugation. How do I imagine my future?
Revision of present conditional mood.
14. Final exam - spoken. A dialogue (in Czech purely) with the tutor.
1. Introduction: the alphabet, pronunciation notes, basic linguistic vocabulary; conjugation of the verb "být" in the
present tense and its negation; genders and basic word-stock (boy, girl, man, woman, student, school etc.).
2. Basic phrases and conversational phrases: Jak se to řekne česky., Mluvte pomalu, prosím., Nerozumím., Mám otázku.,
Kdo/Co je to.; Jak se máte/š � the vy/Vy//ty distinction; the polysemic use of the word "prosím" (rooted in various
situations); jmenuju se, studuju, pracuju � the Czech verbal classes and basic verbs (the "-je" conjugation).
3. Basic dialogues: Introducing oneself and someone else; nationalities (nouns, adjectives), verbs: mít, jet, jít and
their conjugation; the types of conjugation in all the remaining classes demonstrated on particular verbs (-á: dělat; -
í: prosit, -e: jít, -ne: začne); phrases: Odkud jsi/jste?, Těší mě., Mějte se hezky.
4. Cardinal and ordinal numerals; conversation on the phone; giving phone numbers. How much is it? � Shopping (food and
clothes).
5. Directions; the kde/kam distinction; static description (description of a room); navigating through the city with a
map.
6. Possessive and demonstrative pronouns. Adjectives: hard/soft + basic declination and comparison rules; accusative with
nouns and adjectives; My family.
7. The instrumental (the 7th case) with means of transport (metrem, tramvají). The distinction between "mít rád/rád
dělat". Negative and indefinite pronouns.
8. When is it?: days of the week, months, seasons, dates.; important verbs and their distinction: začít/začínat;
končit/ukončit; otvírat/otevřít; zavírat/zavřít; jít/chodit; přijít/přicházet; jet/jezdit; sejít se.
9. The verb "mít" and its phrasal use: mít kašel, mít rýmu, mít štěstí, mít náladu, mít zkoušku etc.; mít pocit, že…, mít
dojem, že…, mít tušení, že…, mít strach, že…
10. In a restaurant; The menu; basic conversational phrases (dát is; zvlášť/dohromady � Czech customs of rounding the
price for a tip); the Czech menu; 1x, 2x, 3x…(expressing "times").
11. Roleplay: waiter/guest; phrases: chtěl bych � the basics about present conditional mood.
12. Past tense and it practice. A guided tour. Video: The Czech history and present. Czech banknotes � information about
famous and well-known Czechs.
13. Future tense. Perfective and imperfective aspect � basics. Basic future conjugation. How do I imagine my future?
Revision of present conditional mood.
14. Final exam - spoken. A dialogue (in Czech purely) with the tutor.
1. Introduction: the alphabet, pronunciation notes, basic linguistic vocabulary; conjugation of the verb "být" in the
present tense and its negation; genders and basic word-stock (boy, girl, man, woman, student, school etc.).
2. Basic phrases and conversational phrases: Jak se to řekne česky., Mluvte pomalu, prosím., Nerozumím., Mám otázku.,
Kdo/Co je to.; Jak se máte/š � the vy/Vy//ty distinction; the polysemic use of the word "prosím" (rooted in various
situations); jmenuju se, studuju, pracuju � the Czech verbal classes and basic verbs (the "-je" conjugation).
3. Basic dialogues: Introducing oneself and someone else; nationalities (nouns, adjectives), verbs: mít, jet, jít and
their conjugation; the types of conjugation in all the remaining classes demonstrated on particular verbs (-á: dělat; -
í: prosit, -e: jít, -ne: začne); phrases: Odkud jsi/jste?, Těší mě., Mějte se hezky.
4. Cardinal and ordinal numerals; conversation on the phone; giving phone numbers. How much is it? � Shopping (food and
clothes).
5. Directions; the kde/kam distinction; static description (description of a room); navigating through the city with a
map.
6. Possessive and demonstrative pronouns. Adjectives: hard/soft + basic declination and comparison rules; accusative with
nouns and adjectives; My family.
7. The instrumental (the 7th case) with means of transport (metrem, tramvají). The distinction between "mít rád/rád
dělat". Negative and indefinite pronouns.
8. When is it?: days of the week, months, seasons, dates.; important verbs and their distinction: začít/začínat;
končit/ukončit; otvírat/otevřít; zavírat/zavřít; jít/chodit; přijít/přicházet; jet/jezdit; sejít se.
9. The verb "mít" and its phrasal use: mít kašel, mít rýmu, mít štěstí, mít náladu, mít zkoušku etc.; mít pocit, že…, mít
dojem, že…, mít tušení, že…, mít strach, že…
10. In a restaurant; The menu; basic conversational phrases (dát is; zvlášť/dohromady � Czech customs of rounding the
price for a tip); the Czech menu; 1x, 2x, 3x…(expressing "times").
11. Roleplay: waiter/guest; phrases: chtěl bych � the basics about present conditional mood.
12. Past tense and it practice. A guided tour. Video: The Czech history and present. Czech banknotes � information about
famous and well-known Czechs.
13. Future tense. Perfective and imperfective aspect � basics. Basic future conjugation. How do I imagine my future?
Revision of present conditional mood.
14. Final exam - spoken. A dialogue (in Czech purely) with the tutor.

Literature

1. Czech Express 1 � Lída Holá, Akropolis 2007 (+CD)
2. Czech Express 2, Lída Holá, Pavla Bořilová, Akropolis 2011
3. New Czech Step by Step � Lída Holá, Akropolis 2004, 2005 (+CD)
4. New Czech Step by Step (Activity Book) � Lída Holá, Akropolis 2004, 2005
5. Various materials created by the tutor, including audio and video-materials.



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