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Czech prefixes with stories (self-paced)

2,100.00 Kč
Boost your Czech vocabulary in minutes! Discover the logical beauty of the Czech language. Prefixes in Czech are like magic keys. Once you grasp them,...
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Learn Czech cases with stories (self-paced)

1,700.00 Kč
Finally start using the Czech cases correctly! Join effective learning program with interactive audio lessons. Are you… … frustrated with Czech cases? … thinking they’re...
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21 day grammar challenge (self-paced)

2,900.00 Kč
Does it sound familiar to you? you know so many Czech words but when it comes to speaking you are not able to use them when someone...
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21 day grammar challenge LEVEL 2 (GroupQuest)

2,900.00 Kč
Transform your Czech learning experience! – from 19 February to 18 March 2024 – Promiň, už není možné se přidat. This challenge is now all booked...
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Irene / 21 day grammar challenge L1
from Spain
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"I am a routine person and I loved every morning at breakfast time practising my Czech. Great thing was that the audio and video ressources were prepared with a progression and relation between them, which makes the process easier and dynamic. Personally, I love the method (stories, audio), it is really effective and I think it helps you to deeply connect to the people. Enjoy life, Eliška, moc děkuju!"
Guadaloupe / 21 day grammar challenge L1
from Argentina
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"I'm learning Czech from zero, on my own, in my home country, so my access to the language is very limited. I signed up to the challenge because I had previously studied most of the grammar topics and wanted to test my Czech. Doing challenge was fun and challenging 🙂 The grammar explanations were as good as always in slowczech. It gave me a deeper understanding of all the topics and how to use them in real life conversations. It was a very good experience to me, I was able to understand 90% of the videos, I did pretty well in the activities and that gave a lot of confidence in what I've been studying. If there's ever a challenge part two or something like that I'll totally join in."
Trenton / 21 day grammar challenge L1
from USA
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"I was in your first 21 day grammar challenge group. Overall, I really enjoyed participating. As you had envisioned, it kept me motivated to spend at least 20 or so minutes concentrating on Czech. Everyday, I printed off the PDF, watched the video, filled out the homework, and then I put the PDFs into a three ring binder. It will be a useful reference for me as I continue my own studies. For me, the challenge was around half review and half pretty new. I did not mind that so much because, like I said, when I do get to certain items I can go back and look over the PDFs for handy review."
Astrid / 21 day grammar challenge L1
from Austria
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"The challenge was very interesting - I was a bit disappointed, because it was in English, I didn`t expect that (but now I write in English, haha). Anyway the videos and the PDFs were nice, not very demanding. The PDF in addition to the video took me about 5-10 minutes per day. Eliška made the videos from her heart, which was very "feelable" and touching. Altogether - congratulations, Eliška, you did a really good job, thank you!"
Sabina / 21 day grammar challenge L1
from Romania
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"The videos were nice and I liked that they were split in 3 parts, so I could follow and come back to certain sections easier. The topics were also nice and helpful. If you, Eliška, ever organize a challenge with more advanced topics I would like to take part. The Zoom meetings were great. I liked when we were split in smaller groups and got to talk with different people. That way I got to know the other participants better and also I didn't feel like I am taking over the group conversation. Overall I was very pleased with the challenge. The length of it and of the videos was good, the topics were well chosen, the quality of the videos and PDF was good, too. And I really liked that in one of the days Eliška focused more on spoken language than just on the formal Czech."
René / 21 day grammar challenge L1
from USA
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"I enjoyed the challenge. These are the things that I enjoyed most: The lessons were at a beginner level. I liked very much watching the videos and reading the pdf on my own, without interacting with other people. This is what I did when reviewing each video: Listen to the instructions. Listen to the example sentences and repeat each sentence. In the last part, I listened to the question and then spoke out loud a suitable answer. This was very useful. Thanks for the recent challenge. Těším se na další challenge!"
Lukas / 21 day grammar challenge L1
from Germany
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I decided to join the challenge because I wanted to establish a daily routine again. Apart from day 1 it worked out. 1) PDF/lesson: I liked that the lessons gradually got harder in the beginning (at least it seemed like that to me). Well chosen vocabulary. It never felt like there are too many new words. I also enjoyed the way question/answer examples were used. It was like having mini-conversations. 2) Video: - Eliška's gesture and facial expressions were really helpful for understanding. Show things also helped with unknown words. Eliška's enthusiasm helped staying motivated 🙂 3) ZOOM: Great opportunity to exercise talking. Good that we could see what we are going to talk about beforehand. 4) WhatsApp Group: Good opportunity for additional exercise and exchange. 5) Conclusion: Apart from some new learned grammar & vocab I have noticed that my listening skills improved. I also have a better feeling for the sentence structure now. I have to say that even though I didn't send any audios in the group chat, I became more confident with expressing myself in Czech and therefore send some audios to my tandem partner. (maybe I felt safer with someone who I know longer 🙂 ) And thanks to you I came to the realization that I shouldn't focus too much on the cases and rather on getting the verbs correct. Overall, those three weeks were a funny and educational experience. It was a great opportunity to meet fellow Czech learners. I would participate again."
Housam / 21 day grammar challenge
from Syria
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"Thank you Eliška for the 21-day-challenge, I really enjoyed every bit of it. I mostly enjoyed our Zoom meetings with Czech learners from all around the world. Your daily comments and interactions on our WhatsApp group discussions were also very helpful and enriching. And of course the main part of the challenge which is the daily email with the teaching materials. I am not revealing a secret if I say that sometimes I was awake in the early morning and I waited at 5:00 a.m. exactly to receive an email from SlowCzech with a new video and a pdf file to learn something new in Czech in an easy and well-organised way. The materials were great, which is very much expected from someone like Eliška. But the timing, the timing was even better, 10-15 minutes every day is perfect. Everyone can handle 20-30 minutes of study a day for 21 days. And the results are more than satisfactory. Prostě to stoprocentně doporučuji. Stojí to za to."
from United Kingdom
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"There were 3 students and we were about the same level. I enjoyed the interactive exercises. My speaking skills are slowly improving. And I will be in Prague in May so will put my new skills into practise!"
from USA
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"I gained a lot of confidence over the month. I thought the flow of conversation during the month was a lot of fun and added interest to the course. I especially enjoyed when another participant would share something and the conversation would take off in that direction. I wouldn’t want more structure as it might narrow the opportunities to make connections with each other and for group learning."


Arabic culture, nature, family

I’m Daniela or Danča. I enjoy working with adults from different cultural backgrounds. To me, Czech is like a beautiful forest that we explore together. Let’s play games, discover new strategies, and share our hobbies in class. I love traveling, swimming, reading, watching films, and singing in a vocal band.


Plants, books, Spain

I am slowczech courses manager and a Prague-based Czech tutor. Let’s conquer language fears together! I know how to tailor our lessons and ask you about your goals. Is it chatting over beer, work emails, university studies, family connections? I adore languages, plants, sitcoms, books, documentaries, ping-pong, and nature trips.


Enthusiasm, minimalism, socializing

I’m Monika, or Monča, slowczech event & good mood manager. I love meaningful conversations and meeting new people. Languages and cultures are my passion.  I was living in France, England and Vietnam. As a Czech tutor, I focus on understanding your needs and creating a positive, supportive environment.


Wine, design, languages

I’m the slowczech tutor and e-shop manager living in Brno. Having lived in Spain and Russia, I love travelling – exploring new places brings me joy. I cherish the variety and surprises that life offers. Teaching allows me to embark on adventurous journeys with my students. Let’s discover the world together!


Travelling, new ideas, optimism

I’m creative content manager and tutor from Ostrava. As a tutor, translator, and course coordinator, I understand that every student is unique and requires a personalized approach. Whether you’re refining grammar or starting from scratch, I will help you. I incorporate real-life materials. Seeing your progress brings me joy!


Games, sarcasm, my cat

I’m Marie, your friendly tutor and slowczech network & lab manager. I love connecting with students, fostering love for learning, and indulging in some Czech language nerdiness. I’m a Prague native, and I also love getting out of the city to hike and explore. Podcasts, British comedy, DnD, and spending time with my cat!


Nature, meditation, children

I am experienced tutor for children. I have been working with children since ever and there is no better job! In lessons love using stories, games and pictures. We always laugh a lot. Besides teaching, I enjoy meditation and spending time outside.

Michaela slowczech teacher


Czech language, picnics, Prague

I’ve been teaching Czech since 2013, starting with native speakers and later focusing on Czech as a foreign language. It’s my calling to help you with this awesome language. In my classes, we play games, explore idioms and enjoy observing progress. Let’s talk books, movies, dogs, sun in our lessons!

Music, lgbtq+, religions

I’m Barbora, or Bára. Life is amazing with wonderful people, my husband and my child by my side. I’m lucky to have my dream job, helping people understand each other. I enjoy both learning and teaching. I love working on conversation skills and correct pronunciation. Share your stories with me!


Music, French, communication

I’m Ema (or Míša), and I fell in love with teaching Czech eight years ago. Learning a language is a journey and I am here to be your guide and help you to enjoy it. Together, we always set a destination (in a week/month/year) and create a detailed itinerary, so we don´t get lost on the way. I love travelling, hiking, yoga, music, and dancing. I have a little baby now. That’s why I also offer WhatsApp and Hybrid lessons.


Chinese, Asia, travelling

大家好!I am Lee, an experienced foreign language teacher. My background includes teaching students of all levels. I always listen to my students’ concerns, and I help them unlock their full potential. It really brings me joy to see my students make progress. Let’s get the ball rollin’! 加油加油

Petra L.

Czech culture, self-reflection, family

Since 2017, I’ve been teaching Czech to both groups and individuals. I tailor lessons to my students’ preferences, offering exam preparation or fun conversational classes. I believe that language connects us and fosters understanding. I’m also a certified teacher for children and have extensive experience working with kids.


Canada, ecology, introvert

I started teaching in 2013 as a volunteer in a Czech village in Ukraine. After teaching in Ukraine and Canada, I joined slowczech full-time. I focus on conversation lessons. I really enjoy getting to know my students! I’m passionate about protecting the environment and volunteer for ecological organizations.

Peťa S.

Walks, my family, languages

I’m one of the lucky ones whose hobby is their job. I’ve learned ten foreign languages so far, and I’m currently learning German. I understand the challenges of learning Czech, but the feeling of finally getting it is incredible. I love traveling, reading books and spending time outdoors.


Optimism, languages, relationships

I’m enthusiastic Czech tutor and Spanish interpreter. Tolerance, positive mind, joy and respect are priorities for me – in lessons and in life. I spent some time abroad and I also study languages, so I can understand your needs. I am fascinated by interpersonal relationships, human mind and wonders of nature.


Traditions, my daughter, meeting people

I’m Anna or rather Anička, and since 2019 I’ve been teaching Czech with a focus on interesting and entertaining methods. I prioritize conversations and dialogues to help students understand how the languages work. I aim to create a nurturing environment for you. Let’s start this wonderful language journey together!

Anna R.

Mexico, Czech language, new people

I´m freelance tutor since 2019 currently living in Mexico. I use mostly communication methods of teaching, which means we will talk a lot. I believe language lessons are not only about learning a new language, but it is a great opportunity to explore different culture, meet new people, make friends!


Nature, Russian, icecream

I am constantly looking for playful and unconventional ways of teaching. I understand the Russian soul and speak Russian myself at a native level. I can help Russian speakers avoid the pitfalls that come with the similarities between 2 languages. I am not afraid to sleep alone in the forest.


Premium content

The videos and podcasts from slowczech Lab complement the free version. You can find them in the respective posts, located in the red section, as shown in the image below.

illustration of how the czech material for premium members are displayed

How to use this page?

Thank you again for joining the slowczech Lab! We’ve packed as many features as we could into this subscription, so there’s a lot for you to explore.

On this page, you’ll find:

  • a direct link to the slowczech Lab’s Discord server
  • specific links on Discord to access the group lesson schedules
  • all the premium videos and podcasts, pre-filtered for your convenience
  • buttons to manage or cancel your subscription
  • our terms of use

Interesting tidbit: the illustration below depicts a “táborák”, a beloved tradition in Czechia. Friends and families gather around a campfire to relax, chat, grill buřty, and sip beer.

With slowczech, we aim to provide you with a similar atmosphere: a warm, welcoming space to meet fellow learners and practice your Czech in a no-pressure setting. Enjoy! :)

group lessons

You have the opportunity to enroll in 2 groups lessons per month.

The standard break down is between beginner and advanced students

The decision of the day and time of the lessons is based on a voting system held in Discord.

We will do our best to accomodate everyone! 

Jak používat tuto stránku?

Díky, že ses přidala do slowczech network! Do balíčku předplatného jsme zabalili opravdu spoustu funkcí. Pojďme je společně prozkoumat.

Na této stránce najdeš:

  • přímý odkaz na server Discord pro lektory
  • odkazy na Discord pro přístup ke kalendáři workshopů
  • záznamy z předcházejících workshopů
  • odkazy na slevy u našich partnerů
  • tlačítka pro správu předplatného
  • naše podmínky služby

Věděla jsi, že ilustrace níže je Magion I, první československá družice?


business, mother, polyglote

I am slowczech founder and from my experience I know two things: beginners can understand words with time. And enjoyable input is vital for natural language acquisition. Many give up Czech due to old methods, irrelevant vocabulary or overwhelming grammar. Let’s change that and make learning Czech exciting and effective.