Levels of Study
Classes for complete beginners are based on English. During the four
weeks, students learn essential grammatical patterns, pronunciation,
basic vocabulary and phraseology. The course aims to teach Czech
grammar skills allowing conversation (including telephone calls,
letters, shopping, daily routine, family, job, etc.). During the
afternoon specialized programs, complete beginnines will concentrate
on pronunciation, patterns of essential communicative chains, and
The false beginners class consists of the students who have studied
Czech before, but need to review the basic structures. This class is
similar to that of complete beginners, but proceeds at a faster pace.
(Pre-)Intermediate students master new features of Czech grammar
and develop their communicative skills under formal and informal
circumstances. They are introduced into different laguage styles,
improve pronunciation, etc. The specialized afternoon programs,
which concentrate on applied/practical stylistics, reading, and
conversation will be held in Czech and English.
(Pre-)Advanced students develop their communicative abilities,
improve their writing, and expand both their active and passive
vocabularies. The specialized afternoon programs, which concentrate
on applied/practical stylistics, reading, and conversation, will be
held entirely in Czech.