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By František Cermák, Michal Kren

A Frequency Dictionary of Czech is a useful instrument for all rookies of Czech, offering a listing of the 5,000 most often used phrases within the language.

Based on facts from a a hundred million be aware corpus and frivolously balanced among spoken, fiction, non-fiction and newspaper texts, the dictionary offers the person with an in depth frequency-based record, in addition to alphabetical and a part of speech indexes.

All entries within the rank frequency record function the English identical, a pattern sentence with English translation and a sign of sign in edition. The dictionary additionally comprises twenty thematically organised and frequency-ranked lists of phrases on a number of issues, equivalent to family members, foods and drinks and shipping.

A Frequency Dictionary of Czech allows scholars of all degrees to get the main out in their learn of vocabulary in an interesting and effective method. it's also a wealthy source for language instructing, examine, curriculum layout, and fabrics development.

A CD model is on the market to buy individually. Designed to be used through corpus and computational linguists it offers the entire textual content in a structure that researchers can method and switch into compatible lists for his or her personal learn paintings.

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It is the best result in the last seven years. 98 460 ptát se impf to ask • NechtVl jsem se ptát. – I didn’t want to ask. 98 461 schopný adj able, capable • Nebyl schopen rozpoznávat tvary. – He was not able to recognize shapes. 98 462 postavit (se) pf to put up, build, (se) stand up • Postavíme si na zahradV stan. – Let’s put up a tent in the garden. 97 463 léto neut summer • Léto zaUíná. – Summer is beginning. 97 464 hrozn2 adv terribly, awfully • Ona je hroznV pomalá. – She’s terribly slow.

133 –P –N 339 vztah inan relation, relationship • Jaký je mezi nimi vztah? – What is the relationship between them? 133 –S 340 existovat impf to be, exist • Existuje jich spoustu. – There are a lot of them. 355 noha fem leg, foot • ZkXížila nohy. – She crossed her legs. 126 356 vždy adv always • Vždy existuje lepší zpYsob. – There is always a better way. 125 –S 357 prosit impf please, to ask, beg • MYžeš mi to, prosím, vysvVtlit? – Can you please explain this to me? 125 –P –N 133 341 furt adv all the time, still • Furt prší.

The American president is going to visit Russia. 107 –S 419 cíl inan goal, aim • Naším cílem je vyhrát. – Our goal is to win. 107 –S 420 jmenovat (se) biasp to name, appoint, (se) be called • Jak se to tu jmenuje? – What’s this place called? 107 421 jezdit impf to go, drive, commute • Jezdí dennV do Prahy. – She commutes to Prague every day. 106 –P 422 t2lo neut body • O své tVlo se musíme starat. – We must take care of our bodies. 106 423 p4edstavovat (se, si) impf to introduce, (si) imagine • Jak si to pXedstavujete?

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