Czech Dictionary and Phrasebook

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Hippocrene Books, 2003 - Foreign Language Study - 223 pages
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Located in the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic boasts distinctive language spoken by over 10 million natives. The country of Milos Forman, Antonin Dvorak, and Milan Kundera is a popular tourist destination, due to its many historic villages and castles, as well as ski resorts and mineral-springs spas. This conveniently sized volume contains essential words and phrases for the traveller and student in both Czech and English. Its basic grammar, pronunciation guide, and two-way dictionary make it the ideal tool for English speakers who wish to learn this language at home or abroad.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
ix
A BASIC CZECH GRAMMAR
15
CZECHENGLISH DICTIONARY
53
ENGLISHCZECH DICTIONARY
103
PHRASEBOOK
157
REFERENCES
223
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About the author (2003)

Michaela Burilkovova holds a master's degree in Slavic linguistics and comparative grammar from the University of Sofia in Sofia, Bulgaria. A Czech native, she previously authored the Czech-English/English-Czech Dictionary & Phrasebook, also published by Hippocrene Books.

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