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I am looking for a English to Czech translation book.

"I looked online and found so many different variations of the words. For example I know the Czech word for boy is kluk, but when I type it into the translator it gives me about 5 different words for boy in the Czech language, including kluk. What I want is a book that follows the version I sort of know, kluk for boy, holka for girl and so on. Can you recommend a book or a source that would follow that variation of the Czech language?"

Asked by Jamey via email.  
In Topics: Learning a second language
> 60 days ago

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LouiseSattler
May 7, 2010
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What the Expert Says:

Hello Jamey,

I am not well versed in Czech book specifically, however, try this website for a generally good translation of printed materials.  http://translate.google.com/#


I also found some computer materials such as this one: EuroTalk Interactive - Talk Now! Learn Czech

Language Castle also has many links about bilingual- biculturalism in the classroom and home.  Here is that link: http://www.languagecastle.com/Language_Castle/Resources.html

Good luck and if you should come across what you are looking for, feel free to post your information here again!

Thanks!

Louise Masin Sattler, NCSP
Nationally Certified School Psychologist
Owner of www.SigningFamilies.com
Host of HerInsight radio show Learning and Laughter with Louise (www.toginet.com)


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I think you can visit the following web site
www.google.com/translate
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