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Czech courses and tutoring - Adults

Schedule of Autumn Czech courses  2021

 

Online and offline courses (4 - 8 students in each group)

 

A0 complete beginners

Date: 21.9. 2021 - 27.1. 2022
Days and Time: Tuesday,  Thursday 17.30 - 18.30
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: In our classroom in Prague 1 (Muzeum)
Price: 4800 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

 

 

A0 complete beginners II

Date: 22.9. 2021 - 31.1. 2022

Days and Time: Monday,  Wednesday 17.30 - 18.30
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: online
Price: 4800 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

 

Who is the course for?
This course is suitable for complete beginners who have no experience with the Czech language yet, or their knowledge is minimal.

What do I need to know?
You do not need to know anything to register for this course, our patient teachers will teach you everything from the very beginning.

 

 

 

A0 - A1 beginners

Date: 22.9. 2021 - 31.1. 2022
Days and Time: Monday,  Wednesday 18.30 - 19.30
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: In our classroom in Prague 1 (Muzeum)
Price: 4800 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

 

 

A0 - A1 beginners II

Date: 21.9. 2021 - 27.1. 2022
Days and Time: Tuesday,  Thursday 17.30 - 18.30
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: online
Price: 4800 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

 

Who is the course for?
The course is suitable for students who have already learned the Czech language in the past, but so far only know the complete basics (common phrases and the most common vocabulary) and need to deepen their knowledge.


What do I need to know?
If you enroll in this course, you should be able to introduce yourself, know the common names of buildings and institutions (eg. bank, shop, school ...) and use simple phrases to express what your favorite food and drink is (this corresponds approximately to the first three lessons in the textbook Czech step by step 1 by Lída Holá).

 

 

 

A1 Beginners

Date: 22.9. 2021 - 31.1. 2022
Days and Time: Monday,  Wednesday 17.00 - 18.00
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes

Place: : In our classroom in Prague 1 (Muzeum)
Price: 4800 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

 

 

A1 Beginners II

Date: 21.9. 2021 - 27.1. 2022
Days and Time: Tuesday,  Thursday 19.00 - 20.00
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: online
Price: 4800 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)


 Who is the course for?
The course is designed for moderate beginners, who are actively learning the Czech language but still use only the basics of Czech.

What do I need to know?
If you sign up for this course, you should know the common expressions and use of basic phrases to communicate in everyday situations (ordering food in a restaurant, buying a train ticket, asking for directions, etc.). It is assumed that you will already have a grammatical base: you will be able to conjugate verbs, you will know what an accusative is, you will know the past tense (this corresponds to approximately the first six lessons in the textbook Czech step by step 1 by Lída Holá).

 

 

A2 Lower intermediate

Date: 22.9. 2021 - 31.1. 2022
Days and Time: Monday,  Wednesday 17.30 - 18.30
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: online
Price: 4800 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

Who is the course for?
The course is suitable for advanced beginners students, who have been learning Czech for a relatively long time and are able to express basic information about themselves, their family, place of residence, employment, shopping, weather, travel, etc.

What do I need to know?
You should be able to communicate in common situations that require a simple direct exchange of information on familiar topics and activities. It is expected that you are able to have a very short social conversation, although you usually do not understand enough to be able to keep the conversation alone. You can express yourself in the past, present and future tense. You can describe your family, the place where you live, your job, etc. You can express your feelings and emotions (eg I'm not feeling well, I have a headache, etc.). You should know a material that corresponds to the first twelve lessons in the textbook Czech step by step 1 by Lída Holá.

 

B1 Intermediate

Date: 21.9. 2021 - 27.1. 2022
Days and Time: Tuesday,  Thursday  19.00 - 20.00
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: online
Price: 4800 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

Who is the course for?
The course is for intermediate students, who are active users of the language and are able to communicate independently in most common situations (eg at the doctor's, in offices, in shops, during telephone conversations, at the airport, etc.).

What do I need to know?
You can enroll in this course, if you understand the main ideas that relate to common topics that you regularly encounter at work, school, leisure, etc. Your Czech is at such a level that you can deal with most situations that may occur while traveling. You can write simple coherent text on topics you know well. You can easily describe your experiences and plans and explain your opinions. It is assumed that you have been learning Czech for a long time and are familiar with the grammar system. Before entering the course, you should know all subjects, which correspond to the entire Czech textbook step by step 1 by Lída Holá.

 

 

B2 Higher intermediate

Date: 22.9. 2021 - 31.1. 2022
Days and Time: Monday,  Wednesday 19.00 - 20:00
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: online
Price: 4800 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

Who is the course for?
The course is suitable for advanced students who understand more complex texts, can participate in the conversation so fluently and spontaneously that they can have a normal conversation with native speakers without an increased effort for any participant in the interaction. Can write clear, detailed texts on a wide range of subjects, explaining his / her point of view on a current issue, stating the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

What do I need to know?
You can enroll in this course if you speak fluently, you can write longer texts, you do not have a problem reading Czech newspapers and listening to Czech radio, or watching Czech series and movies (it is not assumed that you understand everything but it is important that you understand the main idea and you can tell what the news/series/movie/radio show is about). It is assumed that you will actively use all seven cases and will not make grammatical errors that would affect understanding. In communication with native speakers, you can actively engage in dialogue, argue and defend your thoughts and opinions. You can also deal with more professional topics (eg global warming, virtual world, gender stereotypes, etc.). Before entering the course, you should have covered the curriculum contained in the textbook Czech step by step 1 and at least the first sixteen chapters from the textbook Czech step by step 2 (both from Lída Holé).

 

C1 Advanced

Date: 22.9. 2021 - 31.1. 2022
Days and Time: Monday,  Wednesday 17.30 - 18:30
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: online
Price: 4800 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

 

Who is the course for?

The course is suitable for very advanced students who master fluent and spontaneous communication, recognize a wide range of expressions (including idioms) and are able to notice stylistic shifts in speech. The course is suitable for those who actively use Czech at such a level that they are almost equal to native speakers. As part of our lessons, we will strengthen grammar rules. We will practice understanding of a native speaker.

What do I need to know?

It is assumed that you will be able to understand (live or broadcast) without much difficulty. You should also understand the different types of idioms (comparisons, sayings, sayings, proverbs, and possibly some pranosticisms).

 

 

Preparation for the examination for permanent residence/ citizenship online

 

Preparation for the examination A2

Date: 4.10. - 16.12. 2022
Days and Time: Monday,  Tuesday, Thursday 09:00 - 10:00
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: online
Price: 5600 CZK (175 CZK/60 minutes)

Who is the course for?
The course is intended for slightly advanced beginners, who have been studying Czech for a relatively long time and are able to express basic information about themselves, their family, place of residence, employment, shopping, weather, travel, etc.

What do I need to know?
I can communicate in everyday situations requiring a simple exchange of information on familiar topics and activities. I can handle a very short social conversation, although I usually do not understand enough to be able to hold the conversation on my own. I can express myself in the past, present and future tense. I can describe my family, the place where I live, my job, etc. I can express my feelings and emotions (eg I'm not feeling well, I have a headache, etc.). I should know the topics that correspond to the first twelve lessons in the textbook Czech step by step 1 by Lída Holá.

How do we work in this course?
The exam consists of 4 parts: reading comprehension , listening comprehension, writing and speaking. In the course, you will have the opportunity to practice all these skills on individual topics that you may encounter during the exam. While in the lessons focus is mainly on speaking, the training of other skills is practised mainly in the form of homeworks and discussions. We, therefore, warn students that this course requires lot of homework. 

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Preparation for the examination B1

Date: 21.9. 2021 - 27.1. 2022
Days and Time: Tuesday,  Thursday 17:30 - 18:30
Amount: 32 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: online
Price: 5600 CZK (175 CZK/60 minutes)

Who is the course for?
The course is for intermediate students, who are active users of the language and are able to communicate independently in most common situations (eg at the doctor's, in offices, in shops, during telephone conversations, at the airport, etc.).

What do I need to know?
You can enroll in this course if you understand the main ideas that relate to common topics that you regularly encounter at work, school, leisure, etc. Your Czech is at such a level that you can deal with most situations that may occur while traveling. You can write simple coherent text on topics you know well. You can easily describe your experience and plans and explain your opinions. It is assumed that you have been learning Czech for a long time and you are familiar with the grammar system. Before entering the course, you should know all material, which corresponds to the entire Czech textbook step by step 1 by Lída Holá.

How do we work in this course?
The exam consists of 4 parts: reading comprehension, listening comprehension, writing and speaking. In the course, you will have the opportunity to practice all these skills on individual topics that you may encounter during the exam. While in the lessons we focus mainly on speaking, the training of other skills is practised mainly in the form of homeworks and discussions. We, therefore, warn students that the course requires lot of homework.

In the course, we usually dedicate each week to one of the topics such as shopping, health and lifestyle or travel. For their homework, the teacher gives students listening and reading assignments in advance, which will allow them to understand the topic in detail and learn the necessary vocabulary. These tasks are in the same form as official tests. Students will receive writing assignments later as another homework. They will receive a detailed feedback from the teacher with the opportunity to discuss the assignment in the next lesson. 

 

It is possible to join our courses even during the semester.

For more information and registration, contact us.

 

Individual course and tutoring - Waiting time for lector is about 2-3 weeks.

When: on days and times you prefer
Where: in our classroom at Prague 1  /  at your home or elsewhere
How much: 320 CZK/60 minutes   /  450 CZK/60min


Preparation for A1 or B1 exam

When: on days and times you prefer
Where: in our classroom at Prague 1 / at your home or elsewhere
How much: 360 CZK/60 minutes  /   490 CZK/60 min