5 self-studying activities

Can’t attend the language courses now?
And do you think that online courses are nothing for you?
Try to study by yourself and offline.
Read about 5 activities which you can do at home while quarantined during coronavirus.
The text is only in Czech.

Practise your senses in nature and your Czech

Use our material for practising vocabulary about 5 human senses (touch, sight, hearing, smell and taste). Go out – to your garden, to a park or forest – and practise your senses in nature. You can take your children, they will like it and they will learn something new as well.

Winter sports and activities

sankovatWinter in the Czech Republic can be long and cold. When it is snowing and freezing, you do not have to stay at home but you can enjoy winter sports. And this Czech vocabulary can come in handy.

Czech Christmas words you definitely need to know

Christmas is a special holiday for us all. People getting presents for their dearest ones, spending time with their families, going on big family lunches… which of course requires special vocabulary. So let’s take a look at what words you might need to know for a Christmas holiday and New Year’s Eve in the Czech Republic!

Hantec, Brno’s secret language

If you’ve spent at least a short while in Brno, even if it was just a short visit, you couldn’t have missed the fact that apart from the standard Czech language we happen to use an awesome and sometimes undecipherable slang as well.

For instance I’m sure you haven’t heard a Brno-born utter the word “tramvaj” for a tram. A true Brno soul would always say “šalina“.