Beginner's Czech

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Hippocrene Books, 1994 - Foreign Language Study - 167 pages
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The Beginner's Series was designed to meet the bilingual needs of the businessperson, tourist, or student traveling in Eastern and Central Europe. Eurolingua's Language Lessons are developed around common situations, such as: passing through customs, checking into a hotel, placing phone calls, going to the post office, and extending and accepting invitations. First learn about the country's history and culture, acquaint yourself with social customs, restaurant practices, and transportation systems. Then learn basic language skills, including vocabulary, grammar, and useful phrases that will have you communicating with natives and moving about feeely. Clear, easy to use, and insightful, the Beginner's Series will introduce you to the languages of the world.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
10
EVERYDAY LIFE
18
CZECH LANGUAGE
26
Meeting PeopleIntroduction
36
Passport Control and Customs
44
Local Transportation
54
Accommodations
63
Asking for Directions
74
Having Dinner Out
84
Shopping
99
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