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"Silvie is a great
teacher and made our lessons both thorough
and fun. While she
tailored my lessons to
my specific needs and
the purpose of my trip
to the Czech Republic,
she stressed grammar fundamentals. Learning with her made me want
to continue to learn
more advanced
grammar as well as improve my speaking skills."

Charles Reidy,

The Czech Alphabet
Letter Czech name Letter Czech name
A, a, , Ň, ň
B, b b O, o, O,
C, c c P, p p
Č, č č Q, q kvé
D, d d R, r er
Ď, ď ď Ř, ř
E, e, , S, s es
F, f ef , e
G, g g T, t t
H, h h Ť, ť ť
Ch, ch ch U, u, U, , ů
I, i, I, (měkk i) V, v v
J, j j W, w dvojit v
K, k k X, x iks
L, l el Y, y, Y, ypsilon (tvrd y)
M, m em Z, z zet
N, n en , et
The stress or accent falls on the first syllable.
Američan (American man)
Američanka (American woman)
Češka (Czech woman)
Praha (Prague)
One-syllable prepositions always carry the stress.
do Prahy (to Prague)
na letišti (at the airport)
short: a, e, i, y, o, u
long: á, é, í, ý, ó, ú, ů
Diphthongs = double vowels
ou, au, eu
b, c, č, d, ď, f, g, h, ch, j, k, l, m, n, ň, p, q, r, ř, s, š, t, ť, v, w, x, z, ž

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