Countries & Languages in Czech

Countries & Languages in Czech 2017-07-03T14:25:28+00:00

When introducing yourself in Czech, you might want to talk about where you’re from and which languages you speak. Czech names of countries and languages are quite different from English, so make sure to memorize at least those that are most important to you.

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

Basic Words & Phrases: Countries & Languages

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America

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
America
Amerika
American language
americký jazyk
in American (English)
v angličtině
from America
z Ameriky
American (Person from America)
Američan (m), Američanka (f)
American (Adjective relating to America, e.g. American food)
americký

Austria

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
Austria
Rakousko
Austrian language
rakouský jazyk
in Austrian
v rakouštině
from Austria
z Rakouska
Austrian (Person from Austria)
Rakušan (m), Rakušanka (f)
Austrian (Adjective relating to Austria, e.g. Austrian food)
ruský

England

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
England
Anglie
English language
anglický jazyk
in English
v angličtině
from England
z Anglie
English (Person from England) / Englishman
Angličan (m), Angličanka (f)
English (Adjective relating to England, e.g. English food)
anglický

France

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
France
Francie
French language
francouzský jazyk
in French
ve francouzštině
from France
z Francie
French (Person from France) / Frenchman
Francouz (m), Francouzka (f)
French (Adjective relating to France, e.g. French food)
francouzský

Germany

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
Germany
Německo
German language
německý jazyk
in German
v němčině
from Germany
z Německa
German (Person from Germany)
Němec (m), Německa (f)
German (Adjective relating to Germany, e.g. German food)
německý

Italy

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
Italy
Itálie
Italian language
italský jazyk
in Italian
z italštiny
from Italy
z Itálie
Italian (Person from Italy)
Ital (m), Italka (f)
Italian (Adjective relating to Italy, e.g. Italian food)
italský

Poland

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
Poland
Polsko
Polish language
polský jazyk
in Polish
v polštině
from Poland
z Polska
Polish (Person from Poland)
Polák (m), Poláka (f)
Polish (Adjective relating to Poland, e.g. Polish food)
polský

Russia

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
Russia
Rusko
Russian language
ruský jazyk
in Russian
v ruštině
from Russia
z Ruska
Russian (Person from Russia)
Rus (m), Ruska (f)
Russian (Adjective relating to Russia, e.g. Russian food)
ruský

Spain

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
Spain
Španělsko
Spanish language
španělský jazyk
in Spanish
ve španělštině
from Spain
ze Španělska
Spanish (Person from Spain) / Spaniard
Španěl (m), Španělka (f)
Spanish (Adjective relating to Spain, e.g. Spanish food)
španělský

Switzerland

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
Switzerland
Švýcarsko
Swiss language
Švýcarský jazyk
in Swiss
ve švýcarštině
from Switzerland
ze Švýcarska
Swiss (Person from Switzerland)
Švýcar (m), Švýcarka (f)
Swiss (Adjective relating to Switzerland, e.g. Swiss food)
švýcarský

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