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Liberec : Harry Putz, 2005
414 s. : il.

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ISBN 80-86727-04-1 (brož.)
Obsahuje ilustrace, tabulky, předmluvu, klíč, česko-anglický slovníček
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CONTENTS (OBSAH) // LESSON TOPIC PAGE // LANGUAGE SKILLS GRAMMAR // INTRODUCTION TO CZECH PHONETICS 9 // Czech sounds. Czech alphabet. Pronunciation (9). Stress (10). Assimilation (10) // CZECH LANGUAGE 13 // LESSON 0 INTRODUCTORY PICTURE-LESSON First contact with Czech 14 // LESSON 1 GREETINGS. BASIC SOCIAL PHRASES. DESCRIBING A ROOM. 23 // Greeting people and saying goodbye to them. // Saying who you are. Asking "What is that? Who is that?“ Asking ’’What is it like?“ and "What is that person like?“ Describing your room. // Texts pp. 34, 36. // Personal pronouns (25). Verb "to be“. Verb negation (26). Forming questions in Czech (27). Basic questions (28). Adverbs of place (29). Demonstrative pronouns "ten, ta, to“ (30). Grammatical genders of Czech nouns. Nominative case (31). Adjectives: hard ("-ý“) and soft ("-Í“) (32). Numeral "one“ (33). // LESSON 2 MY FAMILY. DO YOU HAVE TIME? WHAT DO I LIKE? // Saying where you work. // Saying whether you have any free time. // Saying what you have and who you are listening to. Saying what things you like and what people you like. Asking who owns something. // Texts pp. 52, 54. // 39 // Locative case of nouns in singular - ”Where?“(41). // Present tense of verbs: conjugation ’’-ám“, ”-uju“ (45). // Verb "to have“ (45). Accusative case in singular (47). // I like ... (50). Possessive pronouns (51). // LESSON 3 WHAT’S THE TIME? MY DAILY ROUTINE. // Saying say what time it is, and when you are doing
something. // Saying when and for how long you are doing something. Saying what languages you can speak. // Talking about your daily routine. // Counting to a hundred. // Texts pp. 71, 72. // 59 // Numerals 1-100 (61). ’’When? At what time? How long?“ (61). Present tense of verbs: conjugation ”-ím“, ”-u“ (62). // Verb "to go“ - "jet“ or "jft“ in Czech (64). // Infinitive of Czech verbs - "-? form (65). // Reflexive pronouns "se, si“ (66). // Personal pronouns in the accusative singular (69). // Prepositions which take the accusative (69). // LESSON 4 DAYS OF THE WEEK. WHERE DO WE GO? // WHERE ARE YOU FROM? // Saying where you are from. // Planning a journey. Saying what means of transport you will use. // Saying that you want to or can do something. // Telling people about things you have to do. // Texts pp. 94, 95. // 79 // Days of the week (81). // Verb aspect - imperfective and perfective (81). Future tense of the verb "to go“ (82). ** // Genitive case of nouns in singular (84). // Modal verbs. Verb "to want“ (86, 89). // Instrumental case - "cím?“ (93). Neither - nor (93). // CONTENTS (OBSAH) // LESSON 5 PRAGUE. TOWNS AND CITIES. ASKING THE WAY. 101 // Asking for directions. Finding your way around a town. Saying what you will be doing in town. // Saying that you don’t know something. // Counting to a thousand. // Texts pp. 120, 122. // Numerals 21-1000 (105). Preposition "na“ + the accusative (106). Prepositions which take the genitive (108).
// Adverbs of place (109). Verb "to knovT n Czech (111). Indefinite and negative pronouns and adverbs (113). Expressing the future with perfective verbs (115). // LESSON 6 ON A VISIT. SPARE TIME. WHAT SHALL WE DO? 129 // Saying the right things when you meet someone. Inviting friends to visit you. // Planning what you are going to do when you have time. Expressing likes and dislikes. // Counting in thousands and millions. // Texts pp. 143,145. // Numerals 1000 and more (131). Possessive pronoun "svuj“ (132). lural of the nominative and accusative of Mi, F, N (133). lural of the nominative and accusative of Ma (135). // Future tense of the verb "to be“, of imperfective verbs (138). Conjunction "when“ in Czech (142). // Preposition "za“ + the accusative (147). // LESSON 7 WHAT WAS I DOING YESTERDAY? HOW OLD AM I? 153 // Saying how old someone is. // Saying whose house you are going to and whom you are phoning. // Saying for whom you are buying something. // Talking about what you have been doing. // Texts pp. 169, 170. // Personal pronouns in the dative (155). // Verbs with the dative (156). // Dative case of nouns in singular (158). // Dative case of adjectives and pronouns in singular (159). Prepositions which take the dative (160). Past tense (162): Sentences with the subject "if and without a subject (166). // LESSON 8 SHOPPING. GROCERIES. HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? 177 // Asking the price of something when shopping. // Saying how much you want of something. // Making comparisons:
saying that something is bigger, Expressing a wish: I would like ... // Saying whose house you have visited. // Texts pp. 189,192. // Money (179). Phrases with the verb in the conditional (180). Genitive case of nouns in singular (181). // Genitive case of adjectives and pronouns in singular (182). Prepositions which take the genitive (185). // Functions of the genitive (186). Verbs with the genitive (186). Comparison of adjectives and adverbs (196). // LESSON 9 FOOD. RESTAURANTS. WHAT DO I LIKE? WHAT WOULD I DO? 203 // Ordering in a restaurant and reserving a table. Saying what you like to eat and drink. // Saying that there is plenty of something. // Using the conditional: what I would do ... Texts pp. 216, 220. *" // -jr-Genitive case in plural (207). We count in Czech (208). *  Genitive case of personafpronouns (211). // Conditional (213). // LESSON 10 TIME AND DATE. SEASONS OF THE YEAR. // WHAT’S THE WEATHER LIKE? // 227 // Saying today’s date. // Telling the time down to the minute. // Expressing different relationships of time. // Asking and answering questions about the weather. Using Czech verbs of motion accurately. // Texts pp. 247, 250. // Instrumental case in singular (229). // Prepositions which take the instrumental (229). // Functions of the instrumental (233). // Verbs of motion "chodit - jít, jezdit - jet“ (235). Other verbs (237). Ordinal numerals (238). What’s the time? (238). // Time questions "When? How long? How often?“ (240). // Months. What
is the date today? (244). // CONTENTS (OBSAH) // LESSON 11 POST OFFICES. LETTERS AND POSTCARDS. TELEPHONES. 257 // COMPUTERS. // Making requests and giving orders. // Using the correct forms of address. // Sending items by post. // Using basic Czech computing terminology. Having phone conversations with the authorities and passing on messages. // Texts pp. 266, 274. // Imperative (259). Negative imperative (261). // Imperative form for the 3(d person sg and pi - "At...!“ (261). Vocative case - Calling, addressing (263). // Personal pronouns in the instrumental (264). // LESSON 12 HOLIDAYS / VACATIONS. TRAVEL. IN THE HOTEL. 279 // Planning your holiday. // Reserving a room for yourself in a hotel. Expressing various spatial relationships. // Giving direction to verbs of motion, using prefixes. Texts pp. 291, 293. // Locative case in singular (281). Functions of the locative (282). Prepositions which take the locative (282). // Personal pronouns in the locative (285). // Prefixes of direction for verbs of motion (286). // LESSON 13 THE HUMAN BODY. AT THE DOCTOR’S. 299 // WHAT DO WE LOOK LIKE? // Saying what is hurting you and how you are. Locative case in plural (301). // Expressing happiness and sadness. Verbs of motion x verbs of state (303). // Expressing purpose, making requests and seeking advice. Revision of expressions of place and direction (305). // Saying what people look like and what sort of people they are. Conjunction "aby“ - ”so that, in order to“ (307).
// Texts pp. 313, 314. Time adverbs "denne, týdne ...“ (314).  // LESSON 14 CURRICULUM VITAE. ON THE MOTORWAY / HIGHWAY. 319 // Writing or describing your CV. // Relating the course of an event. // Saying that you are a driver, that you have broken down. // Saying between what hours something is open. Texts pp. 329, 331. // ’ ’ Dative case in plural (321). // Declension of numerals "1,2,3,4, nekolik“ (324). // Declension of "všichni, všechno“ (324). // Comparison: How much more? (327). // Revision of expressions of time: prepositions + nouns (328). Time conjunctions (332). // LESSON 15 WORK. BUSINESS NEGOTIATIONS. AT THE AIRPORT. 337 // Talking about your work, or looking for a summer job. // Conducting a business meeting. // Recognising when colloquial Czech is being used. // Constructing sentences with "kdyby“: if I had time, // I would go... // Texts pp. 346, 349. // Instrumental case in plural (339). // Declension "kolega“, "centrum, muzeum“ (342). Conditional sentences (344). Colloquial Czech (347). // WHAT DO WE SAY? ... 353 // PUBLIC NOTICES ... 360 // GRAMMATICAL TABLES ... 363 // KEY ... 373 // CZECH-ENGLISH DICTIONARY ... 393 // GRAMMATICAL INDEX ... 410 // 8

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