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good question. It is simply because in the vocabulary list it is in the 1st case form. Usually whenever you would see it in a sentence it would read "čtvrtého července". 😉
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Hey! Can I ask why 4th of July is written as čtvrtý červenec and not čtvrtého července? Ďekuju?
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Thanks, this is a great list! I didn't know many of the words, but I especially like ohňostroj (fireworks), vlajka (flag), and průvod (parade).