In-class & Online Czech Courses for Foreigners in Prague & Brno

Our Youtube Channel bringing content to help you grow

November 17, 2021 

If you haven't done so already, check the new content that we post to the Czech Courses Youtube channel every week.

Subtitled videos with transcripts are the ideal way to learn new words in a context. 

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Czech Courses Students: #LockdownStories with Ed

May 31, 2021

Our last lockdown interview will be special – it will be in Czech! Ed Ley from #helpyourhood is our brave advanced student who has better spoken skills in Czech than I do😊. Enjoy this closing blog release, and see you very soon back in our classrooms. I really like what Ed said: „Během pandemie jsem se naučil, že je hrozně důležité mluvit. I když se necítíš stoprocentně dobře, je důležité vyjádřit to a mluvit s někým. A když to uděláš, uvědomíš si, že nejsi sám, pro koho je všechno tak trochu těžké.“ 
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Grand Opening on June 3, 2021!

May 27, 2021         

We are happy to announce that from Thursday, JUNE 3, both INDIVIDUAL and GROUP classes may run IN-CLASS again at the Czech Courses Prague CLASSROOMS! And we give out presents!

On our GRAND OPENING DAY on JUNE 3 between 9:00 - 18:00, for every course booked PERSONALLY at the Czech Courses office at Vinohradská 18, you will get a FREE Step by Step textbook worth 600 CZK! And a home baked bábovka & coffee, of course! 

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Czech Courses Students: #LockdownStories with John Paul

May 24, 2021     

You don't get to know that many people who would be so interested in Czechoslovakia history that it would make them come over from Ireland and start to learn Czech. But if you are lucky, you will meet John Paul Newman, our long-term and dedicated student. 

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Czech Courses Students: #LockdownStories with Trygve & Lisa

May 6, 2021    

No wonder we all were just laughing through the whole visit and interview, although we were talking about difficult times. Our guests were Trygve Wakenshaw and Lisa-Marie Wakenshaw from Prague Yoga Collective and Asana Etc. A dream couple, parents of Avi and Phinneas and fun-to-be-with guys. Read our latest blog release and enjoy the happy feeling they both spread around them.

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Permanent residence Czech test becoming harder

April 26, 2021

From September 2021, the permanent residence Czech test level will increase from A1 to the A2 level.

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Czech Courses Students: #LockdownStories with Yuliya & Vitalii

April 25, 2021  

It was freezing cold when we were talking with Yuliya and Vitalii. I was covered in five layers of jackets, but those tough Siberian guys were just fine, warming me up with the best sense of black humour. What do they like about the Czech lifestyle and what would they change about Czech foreign police and public office services? As usual, it was super fun and I loved every second of this meeting.

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Czech Courses Students: #LockdownStories with Leendert

April 17, 2021

I remember exactly the day when the beautiful Wolters family first came to Czech Courses and was shocked when Leendert told me during our interview it was exactly 8 years ago. Time flies! Read our latest blog release about how his job at Network Praha looks like and how much he enjoys cooking for Help Prague's Homeles.

"My name is Leendert Wolters, I am married to Nelleke, we have two children, Jesse (16) and Chaja (13). We are from the Netherlands, we came to the Czech Republic 8 years ago, tomorrow exactly...

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Czech Courses Students: #LockdownStories with Vasily

April 12, 2021  

Vasily has been one of our bravest students who has continued to study in an intensive online course the whole year of lockdown. 

"My Czech course has been one of the reasons why to set up my alarm clock and get out from bed, to have something to do during the day. At first, staying at home was fun. I was planning to do more activities, even to work out. But I became so lazy. I simply wasn´t one of those „jogging-and-banana-bread-baking“ types of people.

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Czech Courses Students: #LockdownStories with Ulrika & Pontus

April 7, 2021

Meet our students Ulrika & Pontus, Swedish digital nomads who are about to welcome their second baby very soon. Why is Prague one of the best cities in the world to live on bitcoin, to give birth or to find a work-life balance? How did they meet their community of friends and how did Paralelní Polis help them to settle down here?

"We have been digital nomads for five years and when our daughter was one year old we felt like we needed to settle down a bit. We have been to Prague a couple of times during our years as nomads and had a good Swedish-Czech community here, so we decided to move to Prague in 2020.

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