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Czech: Pimsleur Language Program
ISBN: 0671579126, Published by Pimsleur Intl Inc.
With Pimsleur Language Programs you don't just study a language, you learn it -- the same way you mastered English! And because the technique relies on interactive spoken language training, the Pimsleur Language Programs are totally audio -- no book is needed!
The Pimsleur programs provide a method of self-practice with an expert teacher and native speakers in lessons specially designed to work with the way the mind naturally acquires language information. The various components of language -- vocabulary, pronunciation and grammar -- are all learned together without rote memorization and drills. Using a unique method of memory recall developed by renowned linguist, Dr. Paul Pimsleur, the programs teach listeners to combine words and phrases to express themselves the way native speakers do. By listening and responding to thirty minute recorded lessons, students easily and effectively achieve spoken proficiency.
A Modern Czech Grammar
by William E. Harkins
ISBN: 0231099371, Published by Columbia University Press
All about Czech Language and Culture
Lots of resources... grammar, games, message board, translating dictionaries and much more.
The Czech Language
"These pages were created and they are still developed by several prestigious Czech institutions mainly, but not only for foreigners who want some brief, but serious information about the Czech language."
The Little Czech Primer in Pictures
"The Little Czech Primer grew out of a series of hand-made books I put together to help me learn Czech while visiting Prague a few years ago."
Czech, along with Slovak, Polish, and the High and Low Sorbian, belongs to the western group of Slavic languages.
- Karel Kučera
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