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I offer individual Czech lessons for foreigners who don't live in Prague or who are just too busy to commute. My lessons are via Skype so you can be on the other side of the world. You can even stay in your pyjamas in your bed or a comfy armchair and drink your favourite cup of tea. Looking forward to meeting you face to face on Skype.


Nabízím individuální výuku češtiny pro cizince, kteří nežijí v Praze nebo jsou příliš zaneprázdněni a nemají čas na dojíždění. Moje lekce jsou přes Skype, takže můžete být na druhém konci světa. Můžete dokonce zůstat v pyžamu ve své posteli či pohodlném křesle a pít svůj oblíbený šálek čaje. Těším se na setkání s Vámi tváří v tvář na Skypu.


I'm a native Czech speaker with a long time experience. I've been teaching Czech for foreigners for 16 years and I've met students from almost all over the world. I love teaching and also studying foreign languages. Momenally I focus on studying Japanese. I currently live in Prague and Tokyo.


Each lesson consists of conversation, new vocabulary, grammar and textbook exercises. I focus on beginners as well as advanced students and their individual needs. I can also help you with a preparation for the permanent residency Czech language exam. A lesson can last either 60min or 90min. I charge 600CZK/60min and 750CZK/90min lesson.


The cancellation policy is 24 hours in advance.

 „I enthusiastically recommend Iveta if you are in need of a Czech language teacher. During my ten years in Prague I have tried many Czech teachers of which Iveta is by far the best. I passed my residency language exam after only six months under her instruction. She very attuned to individual needs and progress adjusting the material, pace, and difficulty level accordingly. She is reliable, organized and creative and makes lessons challenging, interesting, and fun.“ Gary, New York  "I loved learning Czech with Iveta. She's warm, kind and conscientious and her lessons are always well-structured and interesting, with an excellent mix of grammar, vocabulary and free conversation. Each lesson includes some revision of what's gone before so you can continually build your knowledge. I learned lots of idioms tailored to my work and interests and gained so much confidence as a Czech speaker from our lessons." Debra, Australia INFORMATION

Czech language is a West European language that belongs to Indo-European languages. It has a very rich vocabulary, many interesting grammatical phenomenons and some unusual sounds. Czech has seven different cases becuase of its flexible word order. The cases express grammatical relations between words. Czech language has a logical grammatical system, only three verbal tenses and a few irregular verbs.



A student who wants to learn Czech, will need:

1. Motivation

2. Endurance

3. A notebook

4. Skype

4. A textbook according to your level - we will discuss that on our first lesson

5. Paper and a pen