Basic Czech Ii: Third Revised And Updated Edition by Ana AdamovicovaBasic Czech Ii: Third Revised And Updated Edition by Ana Adamovicova

Basic Czech Ii: Third Revised And Updated Edition

byAna Adamovicova, Darina Ivanovova, Milan Hrdlicka

Book & Toy | December 15, 2014

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Basic Czech I, II, and III form a complete textbook for a course for English-language speakers who want to learn Czech. Basic Czech II is structured similarly, but it moves students from beginning to intermediate work, gradually delving into more complicated issues of grammar and usage. It includes a compact disc that features audio exercises built around texts and dialogues that the student will have learned in the first volume.
Ana Adamovicova, Darina Ivanovova, and Milan Hrdlicka work at the Institut of Czech Studies, Charles University, Prague.
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Title:Basic Czech Ii: Third Revised And Updated EditionFormat:Book & ToyDimensions:252 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.7 inPublished:December 15, 2014Publisher:Karolinum Press, Charles UniversityLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:8024625148

ISBN - 13:9788024625140

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Table of Contents

Lesson 7
Hanna and Juan in Prague
More modal verbs
The vocative case
Juan, why are you so lazy?
What time is it?
Past tense—reflexive verbs
Personal pronouns in the accusative
I’m pleased, I’m interested in
Possessive pronouns in the accusative
What and whom do you like/don’t you like?
Indefinite and negative pronouns and adverbs
Vocabulary
 
Lesson 8
Did she go to the cinema or…?
Past tense—the irregular participle
Verbs of motion
Ways of saying “to go”
The genitive singular
When do we use the genitive case?
Personal pronouns in the genitive case
Dates and months
Shopping—the partitive genitive
What’s new?
There’s nothing new
Vocabulary
 
Lesson 9
Not enough time or money, lots of work and problems
The genitive plural
When do we use the genitive plural?
More about the genitive plural
Imperfective and perfective verbs
Sending text messages
Who is who?
Habit is a second nature
Is it the right flat…?
How to express quantity
Vocabulary
 
Lesson 10
Where were Juan and Hanna after all?
The locative singular
When do we use the locative case?
Personal pronouns in the locative
Points of the compass
Seasons and weather
What’s the weather like?
The instrumental singular
When do we use the instrumental case?
Personal pronouns in the instrumental
With the travel agency or on your own?
We’re off at last!
What goes there? How shall we get there?
Vocabulary
 
Lesson 11
Honza’s family
The nominative plural ma.
My family and relatives
Friends
The nominative and accusative plural
Every man and all the people
What? Everything or nothing!
The one who…, a man that…
Prepositions of place
Time prepositions
Boyfriend and girlfriend
Hobbies and interests
A few words about spoken Czech
Vocabulary
 
Lesson 12
I don’t feel well! What’s wrong?
The dative singular
When do we use the dative case?
Personal pronouns in the dative
Reflexive pronouns
Parts of the body
What’s wrong?
How our heroes look like?
What are we like?
The imperative
Smile!
Clothing
Vocabulary
 
Lesson 13
To stay or not to stay?
The conditional
When do we use the conditional?
If I had…
When/if I have
It’s high time to decide!
Comparison of adjectives
Comparison of adverbs
Better late than never
There’s no place like home! Or…
Applying to extend one’s studies
The conjunction aby
You get what you ask for
See you soon!
Vocabulary
 
Appendices
Essays
Nouns, endings, declensions
Declension of the nouns, adjectives and pronouns
Present tense—types
Verbal phrases
Consonant and vowel changes
A few data about Czech Republic
State holidays
Songs
Key to the exercises