Subject description - AE0B04C0

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AE0B04C0 Czech Language 0
Roles:V Extent of teaching:2C
Department:13104 Language of teaching:EN
Guarantors:Jennings P. Completion:Z
Lecturers:  Credits:2
Tutors:Havlíčková M., Jennings P. Semester:*

Web page:

https://jazyky.fel.cvut.cz/vyuka/C/AE0B04C0/

Anotation:

The course is aimed towards ERASMUS students - especially beginners. The course is taught on the basis of English language support. The goal of the course is to give the students first hand information about pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar structure of the Czech language, and also provide them with basic useful phrases needed for everyday communication during their stay in the Czech Republic.

Study targets:

The goal of the course is to give the students first hand information about pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar structure of the Czech language, and also provide them with basic useful phrases needed for everyday communication during their stay in the Czech Republic.

Content:

The goal of the course is to give the students first hand information about pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar structure of the Czech language, and also provide them with basic useful phrases needed for everyday communication during their stay in the Czech Republic. Vocabulary and conversation topics: Personal data; family; time; travelling; directions Grammar: Grammatical gender of nouns; nominative, accusative; adjectives; possessive pronouns; the present and past tense of verbs

Course outlines:

Grammar: Personal pronouns, The verb TO BE, Questions and negation, Numbers 0-10 Week 2: C: Professions, Contacts, Means of travel G: Verb conjugation,Natural and grammatical gender, Nominative singular Week 3: C: Locations G: Numbers 10-1000, Adverbs expressing direction and location Week 4: C: Food and drink, In a restaurant, Prices G: Accusative singular, Verb conjugation: -e verbs, Colloquial form of Czech Week 5: C: My family G: Possessive pronouns and adjectives Week 6: C: Describing people/things G: Adjectives - nominative and accusative forms Week 7: C: Talking about time, Daily routine G: Modal verbs, prepositions OD/DO, The expression RÁD + verb Week 8: C: What did you do today? G: The expression RÁD + noun , The past tense - part 1 Week 9: C: Famous people G: The past tense - part 2, The second position in a Czech sentence, Locative singular, Time expressions Week 10: C: Apartment/flat and house, Colours G: Verbs + the accusative, Nominative and accusative plural Week 11: C: Looking for accomodations G: The Date, Numerals 1 and 2, Months and seasons Week 12: C: Free time G: The future tense Week 13: Spare week Week 14: Revision - test, credits To get the credits, students must actively participate in lessons during semester, and successfully pass the final test.

Exercises outline:

Week 1: Introduction, Czech pronunciation Conversation: Greetings and basic social phrases Grammar: Personal pronouns, The verb TO BE, Questions and negation, Numbers 0-10 Week 2: C: Professions, Contacts, Means of travel G: Verb conjugation,Natural and grammatical gender, Nominative singular Week 3: C: Locations G: Numbers 10-1000, Adverbs expressing direction and location Week 4: C: Food and drink, In a restaurant, Prices G: Accusative singular, Verb conjugation: -e verbs, Colloquial form of Czech Week 5: C: My family G: Possessive pronouns and adjectives Week 6: C: Describing people/things G: Adjectives - nominative and accusative forms Week 7: C: Talking about time, Daily routine G: Modal verbs, prepositions OD/DO, The expression RÁD + verb Week 8: C: What did you do today? G: The expression RÁD + noun , The past tense - part 1 Week 9: C: Famous people G: The past tense - part 2, The second position in a Czech sentence, Locative singular, Time expressions Week 10: C: Apartment/flat and house, Colours G: Verbs + the accusative, Nominative and accusative plural Week 11: C: Looking for accomodations G: The Date, Numerals 1 and 2, Months and seasons Week 12: C: Free time G: The future tense Week 13: Spare week Week 14: Revision - test, credits Requirements: A student is due to work actively during classes and work on home assignments

Literature:

L. Holá: Czech Step by Step 1, Akropolis 2016

Requirements:

Subject is included into these academic programs:

Program Branch Role Recommended semester
BPSIT Common courses V
BKSIT Common courses V
MPOES3 Solid State Systems V
MPOES2 RF and DSP Engineering V
MPOES1 Communications and Signal Processing V


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