Holidays & Good wishes in Czech

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Now you know how to talk about date and time in Czech, let’s continue with some more special occasions, holidays and how to wish people well in Czech.

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

Holidays & Good wishes in Czech

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Good wishes

All the best!
Vše nejlepší!
Good luck!
Hodně štěstí!
Happy birthday!
Šťastné narozeniny!
Merry Christmas!
Veselé Vánoce!
Happy Easter!
Šťastné Velikonoce!
Happy New Year!
Šťastný Nový rok!
with all my heart / wholehearted
celým svým srdcem

Holidays & festive occasions

Christmas Eve
Vánoční večer
Easter holidays
Velikonoční prázdniny
Pentecost / Whitsun
Svatodušní neděle
New Year’s Eve
Novoroční večer
New Year
Nový rok
name day
Valentine’s Day


(to) invite
(to) wish
(to) make a gift
udělat dárek
(to) get

Vocabulary & Phrases

birthday party
narozeninová oslava
pozvánka, pozvánky
I invite you to the party!
Zvu tě na oslavu!
What would you like? / What do you want?
Co bys rád (m), Co bys ráda? (f)
Co chceš?

present / gift [Sg]
presents / gifts [Pl]

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