Basic Czech Nouns

Basic Czech Nouns2017-11-27T08:14:42+01:00

Nouns represent people or things. You’ll need them whenever you want to refer to somebody or something. Memorize the Czech nouns below and you’ll be well equipped for almost every basic conversation.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Czech“.

Basic Words & Phrases: Nouns

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Important nouns

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
child
dítě
man
muž
woman
žena
family
rodina
town / city
město
country
země
world
svět
house
dům
car
auto
street / road
ulice
shop
obchod
door
dveře
table
stůl
chair
židle
window
okno
newspaper
noviny
book
kniha
pen
propiska
bag
batoh
rucksack
ruksak
happiness
štěstí
love
láska
flower
květina
ball
balón
work
práce
vacation
dovolená
passport
pas
language
jazyk
question
otázka
answer
odpověď
beginning / start
začátek
end
konec

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