However, in February, I am going to the Czech Republic for five months, There, I picked up a copy of Assimil “Tcheque sans Peine”. Yes. Assimil is a dialogue based learning course popular amongst language learners. This is clearly illustrated by the 4+ star reviews on Amazon for the majority of. Un livre seul. Le tchèque est une langue slave occidentale très ancienne,aujourd ‘hui parlé par environ 11 millions de locuteurs. Destination touristique de choix.

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As you can see, the storyline is that I’m a hopeless language learner, ready to give up, when 16 of the Internet’s most famous polyglots show up to give me some encouraging words With 2 years of Czech behind me, I am finding that at the moment I am getting through the lessons in about 5 minutes.

Assimil claim that their Sans Peine series will take learners to the B2 level according to the CEFR scale and that their Perfectionnement series will get you to the C1 level.

The things that one book may not cover to your satisfaction, the other one s will. Yes, it’s as crazy and as good as it sounds!

You can get the remaining amount to reach the Free shipping threshold by adding any eligible item to your cart. I have been learning Czech without Duolingo except a bit on the reverse course but is should be much easier with it.

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Through the course, I learned words and phrases that were incredibly useful and applicable to daily conversations. I’ve sent the application before 6 months but still aszimil reply. Please fill in a complete birthday Enter a valid birthday.

A few things I have found out: But why are so many people learning Czech right now? In many, if not most, cases, it just turns them off the language. This post contains affiliate links. Of course you can! Especially with a language like Korean where honorifics are important. So often you just have to go on pure gut instinct with German, and I really don’t like that.


East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Once you have any level of comfort with Czecg, I suggest you buy one of the vastly superior books and audio originally intended to teach English to Czechs and use it in the reverse direction.

You can read German, can’t you? I have just checked out The Doctor’s website: We know this, and this is one of the reasons why we are going to move ahead with new languages.

My mom is from the Czech Republic and we visit every year and it’s a pain not being able to communicate with them! Maybe that was an exaggeration, but I do kind of wonder? I really like that both the audio and book are available as a complete package, especially because the audio is directly related to the text.

So technically it was a first “L2”, kind of, anyway I am returning back to it. FakeShark 14 12 11 9 8 8 4 4. An Essential Grammar What is a good thing is the fact you can use some of the tools designed for czechs learning English without any trouble. Yet I can still be thrown flat by the gender of any given word. How did you learn to speak?

I know on Amazon that when they sell the Colloquial books that the books and audio CDs are normally sold separate. See and discover other items: Clearly, this means that at the moment, Czech is not my biggest focus.

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Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. The key is just lots of practice. While the asimil of every dialogue may not be useful for every learner, I like the context that it gives the language and I find this approach much more effective than that of some of the other available course books. No, I did not: But this also means that depending on the learner and depending on the language, the usefulness of the material czch the books really varies.


It takes many years for it all to sink in, and both TY Czech and Colloquial Czech make surprising to me choices in terms of the things they choose to include. Finally, the selection of Assimil courses available to English sssimil is relatively small in comparison to their overall catalogue. I probably have just about every book out there for learning Czech, and the two that you mention try to cover far too much to make them accessible to a beginner.

Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Assimil do publish their Czech course in German, so that could be a very neat solution. Each chapter includes a brief dialogue although these grow longer as you progress and notes on content.

Each book includes a thorough introduction to the language with tips on pronunciationthe writing system if there is one, and general features of the language. For most learners, this is fine because relying on just one course or learning tool to teach you a language is never a good strategy, but it could be deceiving for those expecting an all-in-one language resource.

Which course would you guys recommend as a first step? I much prefer to have a concrete rule – even if I have to beat up my brain to learn it! I like everything about it.

Different people have different levels of interest in, or tolerance for learning these tables. Memrise appears to have quite a lot of courses for Czech learners but I don’t know much about those.