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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Did you get it right?

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Sunday at 01:24 AM
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Dear Tyler,


thank you for your feedback. I agree with you this conversation, in particular, is rather complex, but as Hanka mentioned in her comment - Czech language is very complex and it is impossible to avoid conjugations and declensions. There are easier lessons on the site, just go to your lesson library and find the lesson "3-Minute Czech: Greetings and Useful Phrases" there are some basic things phrases there.


Let us know if you have any more questions/concerns regarding the lessons.

Cheers,

Bára

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Tyler
Thursday at 05:09 AM
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This lesson is for absolute beginners—LOL😜

Do you guys have any listening and comprehension lessons for absolute idiots like me?

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Sunday at 08:42 AM
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Hello KC,

thank you for your feedback. We do have lessons for absolute beginners and 3 minute video lessons where one can learn the very basic stuff, such as just greetings. Once it comes to conversations, even if just short ones, Czech language is more complex than English and you won't be able to avoid declension of nouns and conjugation of verbs right from the beginning. I think this is why it sounds rather hard. We could make the sentences shorter, I guess. If we decide to remake our lessons, we will make them shorter. Thank you again and do not hesitate to contact us if you have further comments or questions.


Sincerely

Hanka


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KC
Saturday at 04:14 AM
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I'm with Scott. Absolut beginners are learning how to say hello and thank you. This dialogue is far too complex that audience.

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Thursday at 11:52 AM
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Hello Scott,


Thank you for posting.

Please check the Lesson Notes PDF, you can find it under the ‘Download PDFs’ drop down menu.

Reading along might help you to understand what's said better.

Or you can play the audio of the sentences at Lesson Materials -> Line-by-Line Audio.

At the Lesson Materials the vocabulary audio is available both in normal and slow pace.


Let us know if you have any question.

Sincerely,

Lena

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Scott
Friday at 07:40 PM
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Surely this lesson is not for an "absolute beginner". I understood only a few words.

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Saturday at 11:06 PM
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Hi Maria,


thank you for asking such an important thing.

Prodavač "shop assistant" is a masculine noun, and prodavače is indeed the genitive (2nd case) of prodavač.

Woman is asking (who?) in the shop? = prodavače.

Well done for recognising the correct declension case and understanding the use of it.


You seem to be doing a good progress. Best wishes with your studying.

Sincerely

Hanka


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Maria
Sunday at 06:36 AM
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When it says "žena se ptá prodavače v knihkupectví," is "prodavače" the genitive form of "prodavač"?

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Monday at 12:59 PM
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Ahoj Miloši :)


Thank you for your feedback. I am glad to hear you got through the task successfully. :sunglasses:

Wishing you a great progress and do not hesitate to ask any questions, should you have some.

Sincerely

Hanka


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Milos
Saturday at 08:21 PM
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Got it.