You can also have lessons online.
We’ll match you with a teacher that shares your interests and is an expert in what you want to learn.
You set your goals and your teacher helps you reach. No more boring lessons thanks to personalised teaching.
We think convenience is key, so you can meet your teacher where and whenever it suits you.
The Czech language, or čeština, has historically also been called “Bohemian”, after the Bohemia region that takes up more than half of what is today the Czech Republic.
Czech is a West Slavic language and, together with Slovak, makes up the Czech-Slovak subgroup.
Czech and Slovak are so closely related that they are mutually intelligible to a large extent.
Contemporary Czech is based on the vernacular of Prague, and this is what is mostly spoken today. However, some dialects spoken in eastern parts of the republic are closer to Slovak.
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