In-class & Online Czech Language Courses for Foreigners in Brno & Prague

Radka studied Czech language and Music at Masaryk university in Brno. She is hardworking and studious,  always looks for ways to continually improve. She believes support and encouragement are key to developing passion for knowledge and study in students. Radka is a passionate musician, reader and teacher. She really enjoys traveling, hiking and sharing her love of Czech language and culture with others.
Šárka and the Czech language, it has always been a strong combination. Czech language is the biggest personal interest, great passion and a stunning system for Šárka. She enjoys studying its structure, history, development and all forms. She likes playing on words, reading and writing. Finally, she loves observing ways people use the language and she loves helping others to acquire Czech.Šárka came to Brno, the adorable city of many beauties and cultural enjoyment, from her born town Prague to study Czech Language (with Orientation on Computational Linguistics) at Masaryk university. Besides Czech language and Brno, she is into discovering interesting facts and connection in various fields of study, running, going to the theatre and taking up new activities.
Tereza has many passions, first is Czech language and literature (not just Czech); she loves to discover secrets of language and introduce them to others. Her second passion is interacting with people – of all nations, cultures or ages. Teaching Czech is a perfect combination of these two passions – she can share her language with all its secrets and uncover different cultures at the same time. Because though there are differences, we all have something in common – and it is laughter. With laughter we can learn the most.
Iva studied Czech and Aesthetics at Masaryk University. She loves Czech language and everything that comes with it. Getting to know other cultures and learning foreign languages are two of her great passions, as well as creative writing, reading and spending a time in nature. 
Daniel studied Czech language and literature and Aesthetics at Masaryk university in Brno. His interests lie mainly in art, he likes to listen to various kinds of music (from mostly unknown Czech rap or Pink Floyd to Beethoven), he enjoys watching movies (especially if they were directed by David Lynch or Stanley Kubrick) and he is also a member of an amateur theatre group at Masaryk university. For Daniel languages are exciting and he is happy to help others to widen their horizons and learn to effectively communicate in new language.
Anna loves Czech language and she is especially fascinated by various dialects. She also enjoys discovering interesting language facts and as a student of Czech language she encounters them almost every day.Teaching Czech is an exciting challenge for Anna. She knows it is a challenge for our students as well, so she always tries to keep the classes positive and motivate her students to believe they’ll overcome the study obstacles. Teaching Czech also allows her to better understand how our language works, which is something she has always been wondering about.Anna enjoys trying new things and stepping out of her comfort zone. In her free time, she does yoga and is interested in self-development. Anna loves to smile and to appreciate everyday joys.
Klára has studied Czech language and literature and Music at Masaryk University. She always looks forward to showing her students the beauty and mysterious side of Czech language. She is trying to find new things to learn through her favorite activities. Because of her love for the folklore and tradition that have always surrounded her, she decided to develop her skills through music and learned to play a folklore instrument. Music is not the only thing she is interested in. You can find her talking with interest about literature, theatre, musicals or work dedicated to kids and young people. 
Zuzana majored in Czech Language with Orientation on Computational Linguistics at Masaryk University. She has a lot of energy, so she likes to keep herself busy, either by climbing, hiking, longboarding or simply goofing around playing electric bass with friends. But she also loves the quiet and focused moments when she can take up a good book or create ideas for new Czech lessons, which she loves immensely. Her classes are always full of laughter as she tries to show her students the fun side of learning Czech.
Lenka has been always passionate about languages, travelling and different cultures. She has lived in many countries and has been pursuing her two master programmes at the Masaryk University and at the University of Glasgow. She speaks several languages and she has been teaching them as well. Therefore she has experience with learning foreign languages and knows the excitement and struggles of studying new language. She loves teaching not only the Czech language itself, but within the classes she is also enjoying to explain the Czech culture and Czech habits.
Veronika is an optimistic and joyful person who loves being surrounded by people, especially by children. She has studied French at the Faculty of Arts (MU) so no need to to explain that teaching and learning languages are not only her work but also her most favourite hobby. Spending an year abroad (in France, of course) made appreciate the beauty of the Czech language and culture and she is always happy to share, explain or discuss about it. She is passionate about etymology, reading, traveling and (as a typical Czech) skiing, hiking and picking mushrooms. 
Studying is a hobby for her as for example go fishing for other people. Milada studied Czech and German Language and Literature at the Faculty of Art MU, Public Administration at the Faculty of Law MU and has a Ph.D. degree in German language. She likes puns so much that she chose them as a topic for her doctoral thesis. For more than 7 years she has been working as a tutor of Czech for foreigners, beside other activities she was a guest teacher at the Slavonic Studies of the University of Vienna as well. Milada shows her fascination with Czech language through the writing of short stories and fairy tales just for pleasure of her family and friends. She comes from Uherské Hradiště, so it is no surprise that she loves folklore and dances in a folklore group. You can see her also at the starting line of some running races and luckily at the finishing line too because she never gives up.
Radim co-founded Czech Courses in 2011. His focus is on school development and marketing. In previous years, Radim worked in the corporate world as an internal communications manager, a marketing specialist for Czech public broadcasters, and as an editor for an international news agency. Radim is a graduate of Charles University, where he studied Media and Journalism before spending almost two years in Britain. Besides his family, communication and Czech, his greatest passion is music, especially jazz, as he enjoys playing the trumpet with both modern big bands and little jazz combos.
Marie founded Czech Courses in 2011, and it has been her biggest passion ever since. She likes long walks in “her“ forest, practising yoga every day, starting new projects, and when her kitchen is clean and tidy. Currently, she is mainly focused on growing the school, and on opening new classrooms and a co-working space for the Czech Courses students. Marie studied journalism and film production at FAMU. Contact her if you have any questions regarding Czech classes - or just if you realise we’ve run out of your favourite tea :). 

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