A Frequency Dictionary of Czech: Core Vocabulary for by František Cermák, Michal Kren

By František Cermák, Michal Kren

A Frequency Dictionary of Czech is a useful instrument for all novices of Czech, delivering an inventory of the 5,000 most often used phrases within the language.

Based on info from a a hundred million observe corpus and calmly balanced among spoken, fiction, non-fiction and newspaper texts, the dictionary offers the person with a close frequency-based record, in addition to alphabetical and a part of speech indexes.

All entries within the rank frequency checklist characteristic the English identical, a pattern sentence with English translation and a sign of check in version. The dictionary additionally includes twenty thematically organised and frequency-ranked lists of phrases on various issues, comparable to relations, food and drinks and shipping.

A Frequency Dictionary of Czech allows scholars of all degrees to get the main out in their examine of vocabulary in a fascinating and effective approach. it's also a wealthy source for language instructing, study, curriculum layout, and fabrics development.

A CD model is on the market to buy individually. Designed to be used via corpus and computational linguists it presents the entire textual content in a layout that researchers can approach and switch into compatible lists for his or her personal examine paintings.

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It is the event of the year. 54 –S 830 nau1it (se) pf to teach, (se) learn • NauUil se to nazpamVt’. – He learnt it by heart. 54 831 divadlo neut theatre • Odešel z divadla. – He left the theatre. 54 832 les inan forest, wood • Miluji vYni lesa. – I love the smell of the forest. 54 833 v5z inan vehicle • Nasedla do vozidla. – She got into the vehicle. 54 –S 834 návšt2va fem visit • PXišli k nVmu na návštVvu. – They paid him a visit. 54 835 v51i prep towards, to • Cítil vYUi sobV odpor. – He felt disgust towards himself.

79 568 4ešení neut solution • Existuje jen jedno Xešení. – There is only one solution. 79 –S 569 postup inan procedure, progress • Zvolili spoleUný postup. – They have chosen a joint procedure. 78 –S 28 A Frequency Dictionary of Czech 570 politický adj political • Všichni kritizují vládu a politické strany. – Everybody criticizes the government and political parties. 78 –S 571 ztratit (se) pf to lose, (se) get lost • Všechno ostatní ztratilo význam. – Everything else lost its meaning. 78 572 p2kný adj pretty, nice • Díky za pVkný veUer.

62 722 let inan flight, flying • ZpáteUní let probVhl bez problémY. – The return flight went without problems. 62 –S 723 4ešit impf to solve • ZaUali Xešit naše problémy. – They started solving our problems. 734 dostávat impf to get, obtain • Po zranVní dostával injekce. – After the injury he was getting injections. 61 735 název inan title, name, term • Ten název zní šílenV. – The title sounds crazy. 61 736 sloužit impf to serve • Jazyk slouží jako model kultury. – Language serves as a model of culture.

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