LEARNING CZECH: AS EASY AS MEMORIZING STRČ PRST SKRZ KRK

Learning Czech can be very challenging for expats: even Czech’s have difficulty fully mastering its complexities. Strč prst skrz krk is a popular tongue twister that means to stick your finger through your throat. Surprisingly it isn’t the only sentence in Czech that doesn’t have vowels. Beyond revealing that Czechs love consonants and that everything is pronounced exactly as it’s written, it highlights the unique awesomeness of Czech humor.

Read the full article on Prague.TV’s website. The best place to discover Prague, like a local!

http://prague.tv/en/s72/Directory/c212-Relocation/n5343-Learning-Czech-As-Easy-as-Memorizing-Strc-Prst-Skrz-Krk

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Author: olenakagui

The bug-biting blogger bitten by the travel bug. Writing articles and blogs since 2012.

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