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Czech Mini Lesson on Czech Christmas Traditions and Vocabulary

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  • gbohuslav
    I received this from Gloria Storch. She has given me permission to send it to you. I wish she lived in Texas so I could attend her classes. Unfortunately she
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 30, 2008
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      I received this from Gloria Storch.  She has given me permission to send it to you.  I wish she lived in Texas so I could attend her classes.
      Unfortunately she teaches them in Omaha, Nebraska.
       
      Gilbert
       
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2008 10:40 PM
      Subject: Czech Mini Lesson on Czech Christmas Traditions and Vocabulary

      Ahoj  Everyone!

      Go to my web site at www.omahaczechclasses.com and "Czech" out my new Mini Czech Lesson Eight about Czech 
      Christmas Traditions and Vocabulary.

      When you get the first page of web site Czech Language Classes of Omaha, go to the links listed above and click  on Mini Czech Lesson Eight.  You could also look at the other Mini Czech Lessons.  Lesson Seven is about Czech Beer - which is fun.

      "Czech" out the Polka Parties!

      Veseli Vanoce and t'astn} Nov} Rok!

      Gloria Zadina Storch
      HER PERMISSION TO SEND THIS TO TEXASCZECHS.
       
      Sent: Friday, December 19, 2008 9:16 PM
      Subject: Re: Czech Mini Lesson on Czech Christmas Traditions and Vocabulary

      pan Bohuslav-

      You may certainly  copy my Czech Traditions and give them to your children and send my email message to the TexasCzechs!    My goal and intention is to keep the wonderul Czech culture and heritage alive!    Just be sure to tell them they are from Babi Gloria Zadina Storch.

      Unfortunately, my classes are not on line.  They are at Omaha Metro Community College in Omaha, and I have some informal Czech classes at my home in Omaha on Saturday mornings.  Besides Czech conversation and grammar, we learn those fun Bohemian and Moravian songs.  One student brings his accordion, another a dudy and a third her clarinet. so we have a great time.

      Continue to "Czech" my web site for my new Mini Czech Lessons.  www.omahaczechclasses.com  I try to do one at least once a month or more.


      Gloria

       
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