Počasí (Weather)

Dnes bylo hezky, teplo a slunečno. Šla Šel jsem do na nábřeží. Věřím, že zítra bude taky pĕknĕ.

It’s been a bright, warm sunny day in Brighton today. I spent the afternoon down on the seafront practising my unicycling, juggling and other circus skills. I hope it will be nice again tomorrow.

The chapter of my Czech course that I’m currently working on covers transport, travel and weather. It also introduces the past and future tenses. The topics mentioned in each chapter seem to be fairly random.

Here are a few more weather-related expressions in Czech, with some lovely consonant clusters:

Je mlha – there’s a mist
Je větrno – it’s windy
Prší – it’s raining
Snĕží – it’s snowing
Mrzne – It’s freezing
Slunce svítí – the sun is shining

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10 Responses to Počasí (Weather)

  1. suchosch says:

    A jak bude pozítří? 😉

  2. suchosch says:

    – “šla” is feminine, “šel” is masculine.
    – we use “věřím, že” – where “že” stands for “that”.
    …but still your Czech is better than my English 🙂

  3. Diarmuid Hayes says:

    la brea a bhi anseo i mBlea Cliath freisin…bhi an ghrian ard san speir ag caitheamh a theas orainn! agus na scamail thios san Fhrainc… An ghrian go brach! 😉

  4. dmh says:

    It’s snowing looks like “sneezy” hehe…
    (Although I guess it’s pronounced “Shnyezhi” Russian is “Sneg”)

    On another note “Mrzne” (freezing) in Russian is “Moroz” which is pretty much like Czech but with vowels.

  5. Krithika says:

    What do the last words ‘ slunce sviti’ mean ? ( good bye?)

  6. Declan says:

    Lá breá atá againn inniu chomh mhaith. I bhfad níos fearr ná a bhfuil sé sa Spáinn.

  7. Simon says:

    Slunce svítí = le soleil brille

  8. Petusek says:

    In the sentence “Šel jsem do nábřeží”, there should be “na” instead of “do”, hence “Šel jsem na nábřeží.”



  9. neto says:

    i saw that you are using pimsleur czech to learn czech
    could you save the book on PDF and put on this blog..and the audio the samethin..?


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