Re: [Learning Czech] Czech Course or Instructor
- THERE IS AN OPTION OF GETTING A CD-PACKAGE CALLED INSTANT IMMERSION AND ANOTHER ONE CALLED ROSETTA STONE AND BOTH OF THESE COMPANIES MAKE LANGUAGE CD'S. I HAVE HEARD THAT BY THE TIME YOU GET THROUGH LEVEL ONE OR WITHIN 6 MONTHS YOU'RE PRETTY MUCH ABLE TO SPEAK VERY BASIC LANGUAGE. THESE TWO COMPANIES HAVE ALMOST EVERY LANGUAGE OUT THERE INCLUDING CZECH AND SLOVAK. BY THE WAY WHAT AREA ARE U IN?
ALI <aliholbrook@...> wrote:
What area are you in ???
lilami_03 <lilami_03@...> wrote:
I am hoping to study in the Czech Republic beginning in the summer of
2007, but I cannot speak Czech at all. I would really like to learn
the language, but I am having a very difficult time finding anyone who
knows the Czech language (or is even connected to the Czech Republic)
in my area. Does anyone have any suggestions for finding someone who
could tutor me in the language? Or, perhaps, a thorough self-guided
course that is usually successful?
Thank you for any suggestions!__________________________________________________
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- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "lilami_03" <lilami_03@...> wrote:
>This is nice page to start with:
> I'm near Oklahoma City.
> --- In email@example.com, ALI <aliholbrook@> wrote:
> > What area are you in ???
> > lilami_03 <lilami_03@> wrote: Hi,
> > I am hoping to study in the Czech Republic beginning in the summer of
> > 2007, but I cannot speak Czech at all.
> > ---------------------------------
After that, look at the resources (on that site)
On-line - there are some helpful descussion groups, like this one
Fo a local person, in may be necssary to put an ad into the LOCAL PAPER