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Lukas

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Czech Republic
6:38 PM (GMT+02:00)
Czech
18
140
Czech
18
140

Speaks

Czech
Native
,
English
C1
,
Slovak
B1

About Me

Hello, dear future students! I am an online tutor of Czech as a foreign language. I speak Czech, English and Slovak. I am sure that the most important thing in learning a foreign language is to be able to use it in the different situations. That's why I am especially focusing on practice of spoken language.

If you are a beginner, and you can't speak Czech at all,
you are welcome.

My goal is to keep my students committed and interested.
I can choose the topic for conversation or let my students suggest one. I have taught online since 2016.

If you do not meet any of the times in my schedule,
please contact me and we can arrange.


Dobrý den, moji budoucí studenti!
Jsem rád, že jste se rozhodli studovat český jazyk. Udělám všechno pro to, abych vám vaše studium usnadnil. Můžeme konverzovat na různá témata. Během lekce vás budu opravovat, jak výslovnost tak i gramatiku.Také se naučíte nová slovíčka a doufám že se u toho i zasmějeme a budeme mít dobrý čas.
Pokud jste začátečník a neumíte mluvit česky, tak jste vítáni.

Těším se na Vás.
Lukas

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Schedule

Teaching Expertise

Beginner
Upper Beginner
Intermediate
Upper Intermediate
Advanced
Upper Advanced
Teenagers (12-18)
Adults (18+)
Homework
Learning Materials
Lesson Plans
Proficiency Assessment
Quizzes/Tests
Reading Exercises
Writing Exercises
Accent Reduction
Grammar Development
Interview Preparation
Listening Comprehension
Phonetics
Reading Comprehension
Speaking Practice
Vocabulary Development
Writing Correction

Résumé

Work Experience

2016
Online Tutor
Teaching online since 2016

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The 26 funniest Czech expressions (and how to use them)
1. A Czech will not tell you to “go to hell/fuck off”…they will ask you to “go to the woods!” (Do háje/ Do Prčic). 2. A Czech does not blame things on “bad karma”…it’s more like “to shit in one’s shoes.”...