X
NEWNEW

Best Live Online Courses


Interested in online courses?
Have a look at our top picks of Live Online courses at the best prices.

Most Popular Language Schools for courses

Key facts about

Origin of : The Czech language, previously known as Bohemian, traces back to the West Slavic language as it was spoken around the 11th century. The written form of Czech was standardized in Prague in the 18th and 19th centuries and is now widely spoken throughout the country.

Regional differences: Czech is closely related to Slovak, and speakers can often understand each other across the language border. In the Eastern part of the Czech Republic you find greater variations between the dialects than in the rest of the country, and here you can clearly hear similarities with West Slavic languages such as Polish. 

Language family: Indo-European

Native speakers: 10.7 million worldwide

Major dialects: Common dialect (Prague), Chod, Lachian, Moravian. 

Terms & ConditionsRefund policyPrivacy & CookiesAbout usContact UsImprintReview and User Content PoliciesTrust and safety