By František Cermák, Michal Kren
A Frequency Dictionary of Czech is a useful device for all freshmen of Czech, supplying an inventory of the 5,000 most often used phrases within the language.
Based on information from a a hundred million note corpus and calmly balanced among spoken, fiction, non-fiction and newspaper texts, the dictionary presents the consumer with an in depth frequency-based record, in addition to alphabetical and a part of speech indexes.
All entries within the rank frequency checklist function the English an identical, a pattern sentence with English translation and a sign of sign in version. The dictionary additionally comprises twenty thematically organised and frequency-ranked lists of phrases on various issues, comparable to relatives, food and drinks and delivery.
A Frequency Dictionary of Czech permits scholars of all degrees to get the main out in their learn of vocabulary in an enticing and effective approach. it's also a wealthy source for language educating, examine, curriculum layout, and fabrics development.A CD model is offered to buy individually. Designed to be used through corpus and computational linguists it offers the entire textual content in a layout that researchers can method and switch into appropriate lists for his or her personal examine paintings.
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102 442 hodnota fem value, cost • Víno má vysokou nutriUní hodnotu. – Wine has a high nutritional value. 102 –S 443 osm num eight • PXibral jsem osm kilo. – I have put on eight kilos. 102 444 p4esto adv in spite of, yet • Nedostávají platy, a pXesto pracují. – They do not receive wages and yet they work. 102 –S 445 ležet impf to lie • Ležel na posteli. – He was lying on his bed. 102 446 smrt fem death • Smrt je sestra života. – Death is the sister of life. 101 –S 447 paní fem Mrs, lady • Paní Warrenová nás pozvala dál.
87 520 rozum2t impf to understand • Nikdo tomu nerozumí. – Nobody understands it. 87 521 úrove3 fem level, standard • Životní úroveW v Hong Kongu je pomVrnV vysoká. – The standard of living in Hong Kong is relatively high. 87 527 v2novat (se) impf to give, devote, (se) go in • VVnoval jí dlouhý, upXený pohled. – He gave her a long, fixed look. 86 528 vhodný adj suitable, appropriate • Tato metoda není vhodná pro všechny pacienty. – This method is not suitable for all patients. 85 –S 529 hrozný adj horrible • MnV to pXijde hrozný.
The region does not have money for it. 62 730 drahý adj expensive, dear • Je to neskuteUnV drahý. – It’s terribly expensive. 62 739 jídlo neut food, meal, dish • Mé oblíbené jídlo je kuXe. – My favourite dish is chicken. 61 740 celkem part quite, on the whole • Celkem snadno zvítVzili. – They won quite easily. 61 741 jíst impf to eat • Jedli jenom chleba a pili vodu. – They only ate bread and drank water. 61 742 pozornost fem attention, favour • VVnovala mu zvláštní pozornost. – She paid special attention to him.