Czech Verbs

Verbs are a key part of any language. Below you find a list of some of the most important Czech verbs to get started with. Together with other basic nouns and adjectives, this will quickly allow you to express basic things in Czech. For even more verbs, take a look at our learning resources for Czech at the end of the page.

EnglishCzech
to knowvědět
to thinkmyslet
to comepřijít
to putdát
to takevzít
to findnajít
to listenposlouchat
to workpracovat
to talkmluvit
to givedát
to likemít rád
to helppomáhat
to lovemilovat
to waitčekat
to standstát
to sitsedět
to closezavřít
to openotevřít
to loseprohrát
to winvyhrát
to diezemřít
to livežít
to drinkpít
to eatjíst
to walkchodit
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Czech Vocabulary Books

Learn Czech - Quick / Easy / Efficient

Learn Czech - Quick / Easy / Efficient

This vocabulary book is a curated Czech word frequency list with 2000 of the most common Czech words and phrases. Following the Pareto principle (80/20 rule), this book is built to streamline the learning process by concentrating on the core words and sentence structures. The result is a unique book ideal for driven learners and language hackers.
Czech Vocabulary Book

Czech Vocabulary Book

This Czech vocabulary book contains more than 3000 words and phrases and is organized by topic to make it easier for you to pick what to learn first. It is well suited for learners of all levels who are looking for an extensive resource to improve their vocabulary or are interested in learning vocabularies in one particular area of interest.

Czech Flashcards

Czech Quizlet Flashcards

Czech Quizlet Flashcards

These Czech flashcard sets contain 1300 of the most important Czech vocabularies sorted by topic. Each set represents one topic which allows you to dive deeper into areas depending on your priorities and interests.

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