Synopses & Reviews
Czech, the official language of the Czech Republic, is spoken by more than 12 million people worldwide. Since the Velvet Revolution of 1989, the country and its capital city, Prague, have become a magnet for international travelers. Their love of the nation and its culture has sparked a growing interest in learning the language, especially in the U.S. This comprehensive bilingual dictionary features approximately 30,000 total entries, with an emphasis on everyday colloquial vocabulary. The book begins with a brief introduction to Czech culture and a concise pronunciation guide. It also includes a section on basic grammar, covering such topics as gender, verb conjugation, and noun and adjective declension.