Intermediate Czech Vocabulary List: 2501-5000 Most Common Czech Words
This book is a follow-up of the Czech Frequency Dictionary - Essential Vocabulary.
This book expands on the Czech word list of the first book in the Czech learning series. You will improve your vocabulary from about CEFR A2+ up to CEFR B2+ level. This frequency dictionary is intended for intermediate Czech students.
If you know the 5000 most common Czech words, you will have a vocabulary similar to an adult native speaker who finished high-school.
You can express yourself with ease, and go about your daily life effortlessly. Shopping, small talk, and regular conversations are easy enough for you. You can read and understand virtually all radio and TV shows, websites, and the newspaper. Reading literature is still challenging, and discussing technical issues in-depth will have you looking for words.
In technical terms: you can understand 89% of all spoken Czech and 85% of all written Czech.
You don't have to have read the 1st book in the series to enjoy this frequency dictionary. Any intermediate Czech learner will benefit from this book.
You can use this book as a stand-alone Czech course. You can also use it together with any other intermediate Czech lessons, courses or methods.
This book contains the 2501 to 5000 most common Czech words. The Czech word list is presented to you in a neatly organized manner.
• intermediate Czech vocabulary, with English translation(s).
• Czech words ranked by general frequency and alphabet.
• Frequency as part of speech (the most used adjectives, nouns, verbs, etc.)
• Czech to English example sentences.
• Phonetic spelling of Czech words (IPA phonetic transcriptions)
What is Inside This Czech Dictionary?
The basis of this dictionary consisted of over 1 million words. All raw data has been lemmatized and cleaned. We do not list conjugations of verbs and adjectives as separate entries. This book only lists only the root word, just like in a regular dictionary.
This Czech word list for intermediate students can roughly be divided into three sections:
- 2500 Czech words, ranked by general frequency.
- Frequency lists by part of speech:
- list of adjectives in Czech
- list of adverbs in Czech
- list of conjunctions in Czech
- list of prepositions in Czech
- list of pronouns Czech
- list of nouns in Czech
- list of common Czech verbs
- 2.500 Czech words in alphabetical order.
Czech pronunciation can be challenging. We added phonetic transcriptions of Czech words, so you know how to pronounce Czech words right. The phonetic spelling of words is done with the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).
Intermediate Czech: Summary
The Czech Frequency Dictionary 2 – Intermediate Vocabulary gives you a high-frequency word list to learn intermediate Czech. Study the most used words to expand your Czech vocabulary rapidly.
These high-frequency words are an excellent tool for intermediate Czech lessons.
This word list roughly covers CEFR vocabulary ratings from A2+ (advanced beginner) to B2+ (independent user).
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- Series: Czech-English Dictionary (Book 2)
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- PDF: 240 pages
- Publisher: MostUsedWords.com; 1 edition (March 6th, 2020)
- Language: English
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