Date & Time in Czech

Date & Time in Czech 2017-11-27T08:18:55+00:00

Alright, now it’s time to learn some vocabulary related to date and time. This lesson will teach you how the days of the week, months, seasons and times of day are called in Czech.

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

Date & time in Czech

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Days of the week

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
Monday
Pondělí
Tuesday
Úterý
Wednesday
Středa
Thursday
Čtvrtek
Friday
Pátek
Saturday
Sobota
Sunday
Neděle
Weekend
Víkend
on Monday
v pondělí
on Tuesday
v úterý
on Wednesday
ve středu
on Thursday
ve čtvrtek
on Friday
v pátek
on Saturday
v sobotu
on Sunday
v neděli
at the weekend
o víkendu
on Mondays
v pondělky
on Tuesdays
v úterky
on Wednesdays
ve středy
on Thursdays
ve čtvrtky
on Fridays
v pátky
on Saturdays
v soboty
on Sundays
o nedělích
at Weekends
o víkendu

Months

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
January
Leden
February
Únor
March
Březen
April
Duben
May
Květen
June
Červen
July
Červenec
August
Srpen
September
Září
October
Říjen
November
Listopad
December
Prosinec

Seasons

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
Spring
Jaro
Summer
Léto
Autumn / Fall
Podzim
Winter
Zíma

Times of Day

EnglishCzechPronunciation
(Audio)
morning
ráno
forenoon
dopoledne
noon
poledne
afternoon
odpoledne
evening
večer
night
noc
midnight
půlnoc

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