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This Czech language page is presented as an additional supplement for Linguistic Anthropology General Resources

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All About Czech Language and Culture __ Just what the title says. You will find grammar exercises, games, essays, online interactive course, and books. - From bohemica.com - http://www.bohemica.com/

Czech basic phrases __ A few useful phrases. - From unilang.org - http://home.unilang.org/main/wiki2/index.php/Czech_basic_phrases 

Czech language __ "Because of its complexity, Czech is said to be a difficult language to learn. The complexity is due to extensive morphology and highly free word order." You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Czech_language 

Czech Language __ Good collection of click-to-read articles and resources. - From myczechrepublic.com - http://www.myczechrepublic.com/czech_language/

Czech language, alphabet and pronunciation __ "Czech is a Western Slavonic language spoken by about 12 million people in the Czech Republic. There are also many people of Czech origin in other countries, particularly the USA. Czech is closely related to Slovak, Polish and Sorbian." A basic overview plus links to additional resources. - From omniglot.com - http://www.omniglot.com/writing/czech.htm

Czech language - Czech republic __ Very good overview. - From czech.cz - http://www.czech.cz/en/culture/czech-arts/czech-language-and-literature/the-czech-language

Czech Language Review __ General overview of the Czech language including a few aspects that may not be found elsewhere such as the "chic factor."  - From how-to-learn-any-language.com - http://how-to-learn-any-language.com/e/languages/czech/index.html

Czech for Linguists __ Many resources and tools for linguists. Most work, a few don't. - From Ohio State University - http://www.ling.ohio-state.edu/~hana/Czech.html 

The Czech Language on WWW __ You will find an excellent overview including history, lessons, jokes, games, and more. - From czech-language.cz - http://www.czech-language.cz/ 

History and Czech __ "Language change is usually a natural process. Languages adapt to the needs of the speakers. As human beings we are continually progressing and our language should reflect that progress. The Czech language has undergone many changes over the years. Contact with other countries, immigrant Czechs, and time have all contributed to the present state of the language." You will find an interesting, perhaps even surprising, paper. - From Brigham Young University - http://linguistics.byu.edu/classes/ling450ch/reports/czech.html 

IPL Kidspace: Say Hello to the World __ Kids can say hello to the world in Czech then scroll down the page to find more resources. - From KidSpace the Internet Public Library - http://www.ipl.org/div/kidspace/hello/czech.html 

The Little Czech Primer __ "The Little Czech Primer is a growing collection of Czech vocabulary words, illustrated to show their meaning." It is fun too. - illustrated - From czechprimer.org - http://www.czechprimer.org/ 

Origin and History __ "Czech, along with Slovak, Polish, and the High and Low Sorbian, belongs to the western group of Slavic languages. More loosely it is related to the languages forming the east Slavic group (Ukrainian, Belorussian, and Russian) and the southern Slavic group (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Slovene, Serbian, and Croatian)." An overview of the history of the Czech Language. - From czech-language.cz - http://www.czech-language.cz/overview/origin.html 
 
Simplified Czech Pronunciation Table __ "Fortunately in Czech, spelling is far more phonetic than in English, so the way a word is spelled is usually the way it is pronounced. Vowel length is very important; it can completely change a word's meaning." A basic pronunciation guide. - From Unknown - http://victorian.fortunecity.com/vermeer/287/czechtable.htm# 

 

 

 

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