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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