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Vocabulary Lists Words for the First Day of Spring

Words for the First Day of Spring

Slovíčka pro první jarní den
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happy
šťastný (adj)
happy
skupina šťastných lidí
group of happy people
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leaf
list (n) masc
leaf
bloom
kvést (v)
bloom
Tulipány vykvetly.
The tulips have bloomed.
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tree
strom (n) masc
tree
spring
jaro (n) neut
spring
jarní květiny
spring flowers
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rain
pršet (v)
rain
cloud
mrak (n) masc
cloud
načechrané mraky
fluffy cloud
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sun
slunce (n) neut
sun
polední slunce
midday sun
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rain
déšť (n) masc
rain
padající déšť
falling rain
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grass
tráva (n) fem
grass
bílý králík v zelené trávě
white rabbit in the green grass
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sunny
slunečno (adv)
sunny
Ve slunečné dny je pláž plná lidí.
On sunny days, the beach is very crowded.
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March
březen (n) masc
March
Březen značí začátek jara na severní polokouli a podzimu na jižní polokouli.
March marks the start of Spring in the northen hemisphere and fall in the southern hemisphere.
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windy
větrno (adv)
windy
be born
narodit se (v)
be born
Narodil jsem se v roce 1980.
I was born in 1980.
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rainy
deštivý (adj)
rainy
Noviny musím roznášet v deštivých dnech a v větrných dnech.
I have to deliver newspapers on rainy days and windy days.
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picnic
piknik (n) masc
picnic
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Friday at 2:58 pm
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Hey Listeners! What word would you add to this list? Be sure to leave a comment below!

Hanka Kawakami Stibingerova
Monday at 10:11 pm
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Hi Jesslyn,

thank you for your question.
In terms of rain, there are two ways how to say it in Czech, but the difference is one is a noun, one is a verb.
déšť = rain (noun)
pršet = to rain (verb)
prší = it is raining (present continues)
padá déšť = rain is falling (present continues)

In day-to-day conversation, prší = it is raining is the most used one.
It’s not connected to a dialect.

We can also say ‘’dnes je deštivo”, meaning “today is a rainy day”. “Deštivo” means “rainy”, an adverb. It derives from the noun déšť.

I hope this helps a little to understand the difference.

Have a nice day and not deštivo😄)

Sincerely
hanka

team CzechClass101.com

Jesslyn
Monday at 2:38 am
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Hi, there!

I have a quick question: I noticed there are two different ways to say the word “rain”. Are there different contexts in which you would use one or the other, is it a regional/dialect thing, or is it simply that there are two ways to say it? Just curious!

And to answer your question, additional words that come to mind when I think of “spring time” would be “flowers”, “blossoms”, “pollen”, and “allergies” (though I’m not a huge fan of that last one, haha).

Thank you!😄

Jesslyn