Basic Czech Phrases YES = ANO (ano) NO = NE (ne) PLEASE = PROSÍM (proseem) THANK YOU = DEvKUJI VAM (dyekooyi vam) GOOD MORNING = DOBRÉ RÁNO (dobrye rano) GOOD AFTERNOON = DOBRÉ ODPOLEDNE (dobrye odpoledne) GOOD NIGHT = DOBROU NOC (dobroh nots) HELLO = DOBRY’ DEN (dobree den)
Best Wishes – General Congratulations Congratulations on… Blahopřejeme k Přeji Ti/Vám hodně štěstí a mnoho úspěchů v Přeji Ti/Vám hodně úspěchů v Rádi bychom Ti/Vám poslali naše gratulace k Dobrá práce na Blahopřejeme k absolvování řidičských zkoušek! Dobrá práce. Gratulujeme!
“Jak se máš” is informal .
In Czech, the most simple way of saying “Thank you” is: Děkuji. Děkuji is a verb, and the dictionary form is děkovat which in English will be translated as “to thank.” So literally translated, the word děkuji means “(I) thank.”
The rate of violent crime is low and most areas of Prague are safe to walk around even after dark. Be careful on Wenceslas Square. It is usually packed with tourists and the crowds make things easy for pickpockets. There have also been cases of trusting “love-seekers” being robbed of all their money at night .
In Czech and Slovak, ‘ Ahoj ‘ (pronounced [ˈaɦoj]) is a commonly used as an informal greeting, comparable to “Hello”. It was borrowed from English and became popular among people engaged in water sports. It gained wide currency by the 1930s.
Veselé Vánoce! ( Merry Christmas !) Hezké svátky! or Krásné svátky! or Příjemné svátky!
Table of Contents. Common Ways to Say Sorry in Czech . Promiňte. I’m sorry. Chtěl bych se omluvit. I would like to apologize . Upřímně se omlouvám. I sincerely apologize . Už to znovu neudělám. I won’t do it again. Slibuji, že příště stejnou chybu neuděláme. To jsem nechtěl. Je to moje chyba.
Tier 1 – the best courses for learning Czech online iTalki. CzechClass101. Mluvte Cesky. Pimsleur. Duolingo. Memrise. FSI. Glossika.
Living costs in the Czech Republic are considered to be affordable. The average living costs of students range from 350 to 750 USD per month, including meals, accommodation, public transport and culture.
|Student dormitory||around 150 USD per month|
|Private flat||from 450 USD per month|
The official language of the Czech Republic is Czech. Spoken by nearly 11 million native speakers, Czech is classified as part of the Slavic branch of Indo-European languages.
You Don’t Need to Speak Czech (but it helps) Outside of Prague and among the older generation you ‘ll find plenty of people who don’t speak English, but nearly all of the younger people in Prague – especially those working in the tourism industry – will be able to help you even if you can barely muster a “prosim.”