Open czech course – 1. Food and drinks

Dear clients,

We would like to invite you to the first lesson of the OPEN CZECH COURSE with the topic „Food and drinks

You will learn how to order in a restaurant and how to solve complex situations that may arise in a restaurant. You will repeat the vocabulary related to the topic. How to prepare Czech traditional food? We will talk about the best, but also the worst gastronomic experience.

The course is open to anyone who is on level A2 or B1 or higher.

The lesson takes place on MONDAY 21. 9. 2020 from 15:00 till 17:30

Registration for lecture will take place 14th September at 20:00 on this page.

Next lectures:

28/9 Public holiday – no lecture

5/10 Travel and vacation: Where do Czechs go on vacation? Where to go on a trip around Brno? What is your favorite way to travel?

12/10 Fashion and clothing: What does a typical Czech wear? What are the dressing styles? What do you like to wear and where, what and how do you like to buy?

19/10 Brno –⁠ my city: What places in Brno do you need to visit? Where to go for good Czech traditional food? Do you know Brno legends?

26/10 Sport: Do you play sports or are you more of a sports fan? Do you know any famous Czech athletes? What sports do Czechs like?

2/11 Leisure and interests: How do we spend our free time? Do you like to cook, to crochet or to read books?

9/11 Work: What to (not) say and (not) do at a job interview? What is your job?

16/11 At the doctor and illness: How to tell the doctor what hurts me? How to call for help?

23/11 Housing: How to find an apartment or house rental? How to furnish an apartment? And what does an “hour husband” do?

30/11 Holidays: Who is Nicholas? How do Czechs celebrate Andvent and Christmas? Selected Czech traditions and customs.

7/12 Slang, sayings and general Czech: When to use colloquial Czech? “Hantec” or How to speak in Brno? The most used Czech proverbs and sayings.

14/12 Theme accoarding to students wishes.

Registration

Registration is open from 14. 9. 2020 20:00

Fill out the form in Latin letters.

Please pick the level accoarding to your knowledge.


MOVING!

Part of the services of our centre will move to a new address during December.

The Centre for Foreigners JMK will be closed for visits from 15.12 until 19.12. If you will need to contact our infocentre during these days, you can write to cizincijmk@jmk.cz or call +420 734 510 213.

The Adaptation-integration courses of 16.12 will take place without change at our former address.

If your Czech language course would change addresses, you will get information from your teacher.

Legal and social consultations will not be available from 15.12.2022 until 16.1.2023 in the offices at Mezírka 1, but in offices of our partners OPU and Diecézní Charita Brno. We will inform you of the place of consultation when you reserve a meeting.

Our infocentre will be at the new address Kounicova 13 from 20.12. It will only take you 3 additional minutes to get there.

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