CC / Upper Intermediate 2 / Czech language course / Autumn 2019

Mon, 16 September 2019, 6:30 PM - Mon, 09 December 2019, 8:30 PM [GMT]

30 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, City of London, W8 4QY, United Kingdom

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Mon, 16 September 2019, 6:30 PM - Mon, 09 December 2019, 8:30 PM [GMT]

Czech Centre London, 30 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, City of London, W8 4QY, United Kingdom.


Upper Intermediate 2


Monday 16 September - Monday 9 December 2019 (12 weeks)

Course outline:
Course book: Lida Hola, Pavla Borilova Cesky krok za krokem 2 / Czech Step by Step 2
Level: A2 towards B1
Students should have completed the course book Czech Step by Step 1 or have an equivalent knowledge. For more detailed information and assessment please contact the Czech Centre.
When deciding on the level to apply for, use the self-evaluation help table based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Chapter: 17
Topics: Trade and business; Famous brands and companies; Planning a business trip; Christmas plans
Grammar: instrumental plural; writing a business letter; declination of irregular nouns



The Czech Centre's mission is to actively promote the Czech Republic by showcasing Czech culture in the UK. Its programme covers visual and performing arts, film, literature, music, architecture, design and fashion. As well as hosting its own events, the Czech Centre offers support for other groups organising Czech related initiatives in the UK. The centre also seeks to further enhance cultural relationships between the UK and the Czech Republic through curatorial visits, media tours and artistic residencies; helping to generate creative dialogue among artists, scholars and cultural activists from both countries. In addition to its cultural work, the Czech Centre runs certified Czech language courses and exams. The Czech Centre London opened in 1993. It is a non-political organisation supported by the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs as part of a worldwide network of 21 Czech Centres operating in 19 countries and on three continents. The Czech Centre is a member of EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture).

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