Czech for Foreign MU Staff: Beginners 2

  • 27 February – 29 May 2024
  • MU Language Centre, Komenského nám. 2
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The MU Language Centre is opening a Czech language course for foreign MU staff, Ph.D. students and the public. The course is aimed at students at A1/1 level. The applicants who did not participate in the previous course will take an entrance test. Please complete the entrance test here. Your teacher will contact you after the deadline for registration and arrange the oral part of the test. The students who attended Beginners 1 course in the previous semester do not need to take the entrance test. The teacher will contact you by e-mail.

Course prerequisites:

Students should be familiar with units 1–4 from Čeština expres 1 by Lída Holá and Pavla Bořilová. These include the following topics: pronunciation rules, greetings, formal and informal dialogues, introduction of oneself, numbers 0-1000, verbs in present tense, orientation in the town, positions and directions, grammatical gender, food and drinks, how to order in the restaurant, my family, possessive pronouns.

Learning outcomes:

Students will get familiar with the following topics: arranging a meeting, time expressions, modal verbs, expressing liking, speaking and asking about places. Students will understand the basics of the Czech language system, although the focus will be mainly on speaking and using the language in practice and the communication in everyday as well as in the academic environment.

Study materials provided by the attendants:
Čeština expres 1 – Lída Holá, Pavla Bořilová: Units 5–7

MU Language Centre (Komenského nám. 2)

Deadline for registration: 16th February 2024

If you have any questions please contact Alena Habrová at

Language of instruction
When 27 February – 29 May 2024
12 weeks (90 min/week)
Group 1 (27.2.-14.5.): Tuesday 18:15-19:45
Group 2 (28.2.-29.5): Wednesday 18:00-19:30
Participants foreign students, MU Staff, MU employees
Group 1 - Alena Habrová, group 2 - Linda Krahula Doleží
Free for MU staff and Ph.D. students

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