My students and me in 2016

My students and me in 2016

Lessons of Czech for foreigners in numbers

I was teaching 80 students.

80 students = 31 nationalities = 32 countries = 4 continents

Armenia, Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, Georgia, Great Britain, India, Iran, globusItaly, Kazakhstan, Kirghizstan, Latvia, Morocco, Moldavia, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Tajikistan, Turkey, Ukraine, USA, Uzbekistan

novy-rokHappy New Year

My students and I wish you Happy New Year 2017.

Listen to our wish in 20 languages.

My students come from far countries. From Buryat Republic to Prague to study a secondary school? Why not?

My students come from far countries. From Buryat Republic to Prague to study a secondary school? Why not?

 

 

Who my students are

33 students were from companies, usually international ones. Next 47 there are  secondary school or university students.

I was preparing 13 students for Czech school entrance exams. 2 students (66 %) passed the secondary school exam, 8
(80 %) the university exam.

Read also an article Cizinec na české vysoké škole.

Several special lessons took place

Cooking and practising accusative

Cooking and practising accusative

3 lessons of cooking = 9 portions of jelly. Look how we were cooking during lessons.

img_24637 lessons in real situations. Students were asking Czechs for help: how to get to…, how to find out information…

 

 

 

2 lessons with guests. Read what the lesson with sports photographer Jan Kucharčík was like. And look at the pictures from „Czech-Brazilian“ party with Mr and Mrs Malina – a couple from Brazil.

Best moments from lessonsusmev-emotikon

  • pánka = female word created from pán = Mr (correct: paní = Mrs)
  • On nebude dnes na lekce protoze on je nemozny. = He won´t be at the lesson today because he is an outsider. (correct: nemocný = ill)
  • Jsi skřivánek, nebo sova? – Jsem savo. (untranslatable  :))
  • [dža džem …] = já jsem (correct: [ya: sem])

I thank all my students for an amazing year.

Happy New Year 2017!

21. 12. 2016

Czech version of this article.

 

 

 

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