Master Czech A1 – BÝT: Preparation for the Czech Permanent Residence Exam
This e-book presents the verb TO BE in Czech.
First, you’ll see its forms in various tenses and persons, in the second part, you’ll find many examples of its use on the A1 level.
You can print it out, it’s the A5 paper format.
DO YOU WANT TO RESIDE IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC?
A person who wants to obtain a Czech permanent residence permit needs to pass an exam in the Czech language. When this book was originally published, it was the A1 level. Since then, however, it has been changed to A2. Still, to achieve the A2 level, you need to master the lower A1 first, anyway.
TO BE, OR NOT TO BE… GET READY FOR THE EXAM!
In this little book, we’ll focus on the verb BÝT, that is TO BE, as the basic and most frequently used verb in Czech (and probably in most other languages as well). This is intended as a self-study handbook, perhaps close to phrase books, but it concentrates on what you need for the A1 exam. Besides some basic information about related grammar, you’ll find many many examples of its use in the context of the A1 exam, so when you read through this book, your vocabulary will be much richer and you’ll know many useful words and phrases, not just the verb BÝT itself.
FIRST A LITTLE GRAMMAR, THEN A LOT OF EXAMPLES
In the first part of this little book, you’ll find some grammatical notes on the verb BÝT. On the A1 level, you’re not expected to learn and remember all that, but I think it doesn’t hurt to have a look and get an idea. The rest of the book focuses on the A1 level and the thematic areas outlined in the detailed description of the level for the purposes of the exam for permanent residence permit in the Czech Republic.
Have a look what’s inside (the formatting may differ, this PDF version has been adjusted to the A5 format).
- Number of pages: 61
- Format: PDF
- You will receive the document after confirmation of payment. Attention, the download link expires in 30 days!