Czech is one of the most significant Slavic languages in the EU and is spoken by about 12 million people, making it a useful language to learn if you intend to live in the Czech Republic or just want to impress your Czech friends. Studying Czech will not only enable you to communicate easily with locals when traveling to the Czech Republic, it will also be a great way to discover one of Central Europe’s richest cultures.
With so many language learning options available ranging from evening classes to online courses, it is often difficult to know where to start your Czech language learning journey. It’s important to assess which type of language course or combination of courses is the most appropriate for you. To help you make the right choice, the experts at Cactus have compared the benefits of each alternative and provided a comprehensive list of language learning options to get you started. So what are the best ways to start learning Czech?
Evening classes in the UK are ideal if you want to learn Czech after work or your studies. They are a great opportunity to study the language with a qualified, native or bilingual teacher and will help you learn Czech quickly in a sociable environment. These courses also offer excellent preparation for a language holiday abroad, as they will enable you to understand the basics of Czech prior to your trip. Are you a beginner? Find out more about our Beginners Language Courses.
Cactus offers Czech evening courses in the UK:
10 weeks language courses, 2 hours once a week.
If you can’t fit a group language course in your schedule or you prefer to study in your own time, one-to-one Czech classes are the perfect solution. Cactus offers both face-to-face and Skype Czech language lessons. These are tailored to your needs and can take place anywhere, anytime.
Online language courses are an excellent way to practice a language when and where you want. Such courses can’t fully replace lessons with a qualified teacher who will not only motivate you throughout your language learning journey, but will also answer any questions you may have. Nevertheless, they are an excellent way to supplement your lessons with a teacher. As it can be difficult to choose quality resources from the considerable number of courses available online, Cactus has carefully assessed and listed free online Czech resources for your reference.
Cactus also offers Skype private tuition with a qualified native speaking teacher, which is an excellent online alternative to other online courses.
Living abroad is a dream that many long for, and it is often said to be the best way to achieve fluency in a foreign language. For fluent English speakers, one of the easiest ways to live abroad is by teaching English as a Foreign Language. You can become an English teacher abroad by taking a TEFL course with Cactus. You do not have to be a native speaker but you need a C1 level of English to take the course. We offer CELTA and Trinity Cert TESOL preparation courses across the world, including in Czech Republic. For more information about TEFL courses and advice on how to become a TEFL teacher, please visit our dedicated website, or email us.