Days & Months in Czech

Mastering the concept of time is extremely important for learning Czech. This page delivers lists of Czech months, Czech days and many other Czech words related to time. For even more time related vocabulary, take a look at our learning resources for Czech at the end of the page.

Months in Czech

January in Czech(M) leden (ledna, ledny)
February in Czech(M) únor (února, únory)
March in Czech(M) březen (března, březny)
April in Czech(M) duben (dubna, dubny)
May in Czech(M) květen (května, květny)
June in Czech(M) červen (června, červny)
July in Czech(M) červenec (července, července)
August in Czech(M) srpen (srpna, srpny)
September in Czech(N) září (září, září)
October in Czech(M) říjen (října, říjny)
November in Czech(M) listopad (listopadu, listopady)
December in Czech(M) prosinec (prosince, prosince)
last month in Czechminulý měsíc
this month in Czechtento měsíc
next month in Czechpříští měsíc

Days in Czech

Monday in Czech(N) pondělí (pondělí, pondělí)
Tuesday in Czech(N) úterý (úterý, úterý)
Wednesday in Czech(F) středa (středy, středy)
Thursday in Czech(M) čtvrtek (čtvrtku, čtvrtky)
Friday in Czech(M) pátek (pátku, pátky)
Saturday in Czech(F) sobota (soboty, soboty)
Sunday in Czech(F) neděle (neděle, neděle)
yesterday in Czechvčera
today in Czechdnes
tomorrow in Czechzítra

Time in Czech

second in Czech(F) sekunda (sekundy, sekundy)
minute in Czech(F) minuta (minuty, minuty)
hour in Czech(F) hodina (hodiny, hodiny)
1:00 in Czechjedna hodina
2:05 in Czechpět minut po druhé hodině
3:10 in Czechdeset minut po třetí
4:15 in Czechčtvrt na pět
5:20 in Czechpět hodin dvacet minut
6:25 in Czechza pět minut půl sedmé
7:30 in Czechpůl osmé
8:35 in Czechosm třicet pět
9:40 in Czechza dvacet minut deset
10:45 in Czechtři čtvrtě na jedenáct
11:50 in Czechza deset minut dvanáct
12:55 in Czechza pět minut jedna

Other Time-Related Czech Words

time in Czech(M) čas (času, časy)
date in Czech(N) datum (data, data)
day in Czech(M) den (dne, dny)
week in Czech(M) týden (týdne, týdny)
month in Czech(M) měsíc (měsíce, měsíce)
year in Czech(M) rok (roku, roky)
spring in Czech(N) jaro (jara, jara)
summer in Czech(N) léto (léta, léta)
autumn in Czech(M) podzim (podzimu, podzimy)
winter in Czech(F) zima (zimy, zimy)
last year in Czechminulý rok
this year in Czechtento rok
next year in Czechpříští rok
last month in Czechminulý měsíc
this month in Czechtento měsíc
next month in Czechpříští měsíc

Czech Vocabulary Books

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