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Czech Basic Course - Tape 01 Numbers Unit 01-11

Czech Basic Course - Tape 02 Numbers Unit 12-19

Czech Basic Course - Tape 03 Numbers Unit 20-24

Czech Basic Course - Tape 04 Numbers Unit 25-28

Czech Basic Course - Tape 05 Geographical Unit 0

Czech Basic Course - Tape 06 Geographical Unit 0

Czech Basic Course - Tape 07 Geographical Unit 1

Czech Basic Course - Tape 08 Geographical Unit 1

Czech Basic Course - Tape 09 Geographical Unit 1

Czech Basic Course - Tape 10 Names of Persons Un

Czech Basic Course - Tape 11 Weather Forecast Un

Czech Basic Course - Tape 12 Weather Forecast Un

Czech Basics - 01 - Volume 01 - Lesson 01-03

Czech Basics - 02 - Volume 01 - Lesson 04-05

Czech Basics - 03 - Volume 01 - Lesson 06-07

Czech Basics - 04 - Volume 01 - Lesson 08

Czech Basics - 05 - Volume 01 - Lesson 09

Czech Basics - 06 - Volume 01 - Lesson 10

Czech Basics - 07 - Volume 01 - Lesson 11

Czech Basics - 08 - Volume 01 - Lesson 12

Czech Basics - 09 - Volume 01 - Lesson 01-11

Czech Basics - 10 - Volume 01 - Lesson 12-20

Czech Basics - 11 - Volume 02 - Lesson 21-29

Czech Basics - 12 - Volume 02 - Lesson 30-39

Czech Basics - 13 - Volume 02 - Lesson 40-45

Czech Basics - 14 - Volume 03 - Lesson 46-51

Czech Basics - 15 - Volume 03 - Lesson 52-58

Czech Basics - 16 - Volume 03 - Lesson 59-64

Czech Basics - 17 - Volume 03 - Lesson 65-70

Czech Basics - 18 - Volume 04 - Lesson 71-80

Czech Basics - 19 - Volume 04 - Lesson 81-90

Czech Basics - 20 - Volume 05 - Lesson 91-100

Czech Basics - 21 - Volume 05 - Lesson 101-110

Czech Basics - 22 - Volume 05 - Lesson 111-122

Czech Basics - 23 - Volume 06 - Lesson 123-130

Czech Basics - 24 - Volume 07 - Lesson 131-143

Czech Basics - 25 - Volume 07 - Lesson 144-140

Czech Basics - 26 - Volume 07 Appendix 01


Defense Language Institute Czech  - Image This is the first in a series of 22 volumes comprising the Czech Basic Course, developed and implemented at the Defense Language Institute, Foreign Language Center. The i course is designed to give native English language speakers proficiency in understanding, speaking, reading and writing Czech in the Institute's intensive programs.

This volume is part of the Czech Basic Course that has been developed at the Defense Language Institute, Foreign Language Center, to train native English language speakers to Level 3 proficiency in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Czech in the Institute's intensive programs. It contains the Grammar Practice Exercises to accompany Lessons 1 through 19 of the Czech Basic Course. The lesson designations correspond to those of the Czech Basic Course, Volume I. Tapes accompany each exercise. Every fifth lesson of the Basic Course is a review lesson.

The purpose of this publication is to provide visual representations of military situations and terminology for instructional purposes in Defense Language Institute foreign language courses. The sequence of events generally follows the organi-zation of the original edition; however, certain situations have been expanded to include recent developments in equipment and tactics. Approximately ninety percent of the terminology in Appendix B, COURSE DEVELOPMENT MANUAL, May 1971, which lend themselves to pictorial representation have been included. Brief descriptions have been prepared for each frame in corresponding locations on facing pages. Terminology germane to the situations have been itemized in some instances. Transparency sets of all plates in this text are available for classroom instructional purposes.

Czech, formerly known as Bohemian, is a West Slavic language spoken by over 10 million people. It is the official language in the Czech Republic (where most of its speakers live), and has minority language status in Slovakia. Czech's closest relative is Slovak, with which it is mutually intelligible. It is closely related to other West Slavic languages, such as Silesian and Polish, and more distantly to East Slavic languages such as Russian. Although most Czech vocabulary is based on shared roots with Slavic and other Indo-European languages, many loanwords (most associated with high culture) have been adopted in recent years.

Czech is spoken in: Czech Republic

Czech is also called: Bohemian

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