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Autumn Czech courses 2022/2023

Schedule for Autumn and Winter Czech courses  2022/2023

 

Level A0 (Complete beginners) - full capacity

Date: 5. 10. 2022 - 30. 1. 2023  (Christmas holiday 15. 12. - 2. 1. 2023)
Days and Time: Monday, Wednesday 17.00 - 18.00
Amount: 30 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: ONLINE
Price: 4500 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)


 

Level A0/A1 (False beginners)

Date: 5. 10. 2022 - 30. 1. 2023  (Christmas holiday 15. 12. - 2. 1. 2023)
Days and Time: Monday, Wednesday 17.00 - 18.00
Amount: 30 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: ONLINE
Price: 4500 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

 

 

Level A1 (Beginners)

Date: 5. 10. 2022 - 30. 1. 2023  (Christmas holiday 15. 12. - 2. 1. 2023)
Days and Time: Monday, Wednesday 11.00 - 12.00
Amount: 30 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: ONLINE
Price: 4500 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

 

Level A2 (Lower Intermediate)

Date: 19. 9. 2022 - 15. 12. 2022 
Days and Time: Monday, Thursday 17.30 - 19.00
Amount: 25 lessons x 90 minutes
Place: Classroom (Muzeum)
Price: 5000 CZK (200 CZK/90 minutes)

 

Level B1 (Upper Intermediate)- full capacity

Date: 19. 9. 2022 - 14. 12. 2022 
Days and Time: Monday, Wednesday 19.30 - 21.00
Amount: 25 lessons x 90 minutes
Place: Classroom (Muzeum)
Price: 5000 CZK (200 CZK/90 minutes)

 

Level B2 

Date: 4. 10. 2022 - 31. 1. 2023  (Christmas holiday 16. 12. - 2. 1. 2023)
Days and Time: Tuesday, Thursday 19.00 - 20.00
Amount: 30 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: ONLINE
Price: 4500 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

 

 

 

Preparation for the examination for permanent residence/ citizenship online

 

Preparation for the examination A2

Date: 5. 10. - 31. 1. 2023
Days and Time: Monday,  Wednesday 18:15 - 19:15
Amount: 30 lessons x 60 minutes
Place: Online
Price: 4500 CZK (150 CZK/60 minutes)

 

Preparation for the examination A2

Date: 20. 9. - 15. 12. 2022
Days and Time: Tuesday, Thursday 18:45 - 20:15
Amount: 30 lessons x 90 minutes
Place: 
Classroom (Muzeum)
Price: 5000 CZK (200 CZK/90 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.