The General Czech course

We offer training on the General course of the Czech language. The Czech language course continues for 90 academic hours.

Individually

If you study individually, you have your own special program of the course, which is with the specific term and level of your knowledge. You choose the days and time of the lessons, the time-table might be flexible. If you miss the lesson, just inform the school about this, and transfer your lesson for another date freely.

The cost of 1 academic hour in Moscow is from 950 Rub.

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In a group

It is more funny to study in a group and cheaper/ we give you the possibility to study in a mini-group with 2-4 students together, and also with 6-8 students. The main advantage of the group lesson is the development of communicative speaking.

The group 5-6 students

The cost of 1 academic hour in Moscow is from 375 Rub. (~ 6000 Rub./monthly)

The group 2-4 students

The cost of 1 academic hour in Moscow is from 450 Rub. (~ 7200 Rub./monthly)

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Corporative training

The studying for corporate students, working in different companies, in groups. The teacher will visit your company for the training.

The cost of 1 academic hour in Moscow is from 1250 Rub.

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The program of General Czech course

1. Phonetics. Accent. Short and long vowels. Usage of the verb "to be" in simple sentences. The conjugation of the verb "to be" in the present tense. Vocabulary: "Products".

2. Phonetics. Diphthongs. Consonants: hard and soft, voiced and unvoiced. Genders of nouns. Vocabulary: "Family".

3. Phonetics. The order of words in interrogative sentence. Numerals. Vocabulary: "How long?"

4. The types of verbs in Czech. Vocabulary: "What and when are you doing?" Seasons, months, days of the week. Temporary division of the Czech day.

5. The pronunciation of the loanwords. Pronouns. The types of the possessive pronouns. The construction "be satisfied".

6. The spelling of long vowels in Czech language. The usage of the verb ‘Mit’ in the present tense. Endings of feminine adjectives in the Nominative singular. The order of words in the interrogative sentence. 1st and 2nd person plural present tense of verbs mit, dat, znat etc. Denying the verb. Endings of adjectives masculine and neuter in the Nominative singular. The Past participle. The Past tense.

7. Masculine nouns in the Czech language. Types of declines. Declination of the loanwords. Exceptions. Vocabulary: "How far? Where?"

8. The Future tense verbs perfect and imperfect form. Modal verbs. Imperative verbs. Vocabulary: "At the restaurant".

9. Feminine nouns in the Czech language. Types of declines. Declination of the loanwords. The Prepositions. The usage of the verb phrases mit.

10. Neuter nouns in the Czech language. Types of declines. Declination of the loanwords. The Nationality. A Brief History of the Czech Republic.

11. Adjectives male, female and neuter. Types of declines. Vocabulary: "The House and Apartment: buying, renting".

12. Declination ordinals. Subjunctive verbs. Verbs of motion. Vocabulary: "Free time".

13. The order of words in the sentence. Place se and si. The aspects of verbs. Vocabulary: "Sports".

14. Plural nouns in the Czech language. The Parts of the body, the decline nouns denoting parts of the body. Declension nouns tyden and den. Vocabulary: "Visiting the doctor".

15. Irregular verbs. Manage of verbs in the Czech language. The Demonstrative pronouns. The usage of nouns and pronouns in the Genitive case. Vocabulary: "Traveling”.

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