Some spare time preferences of Czechs and Slovaks

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The Dept. , [Munich]
Leisure -- Czechoslovakia., Time management surveys -- Czechoslov



Statement[Radio Free Europe, Audience and Public Opinion Research Department].
LC ClassificationsGV118.C9 R3 1974
The Physical Object
Pagination5 leaves ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4600752M
LC Control Number77363675

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the Slovaks are more “Slavic” than the Czechs—their pace of life is slower, and their spare time is more often filled with friends, family, and music. I found the book very /5(33). "Czechs, Slovaks and the Jews, offers a valuable corrective to the complacent view that Czechoslovakia was somehow immune from anti-Semitism.

It simultaneously highlights the extent to which Czech anti-Semitism tended to be upstaged by Czech German cturer: Palgrave Macmillan. An outstanding brief introduction to Slovakia. After reading this, I found myself much better informed about the people, customs and culture of Slovakia -- even though I have read several books about the country in recent years.

The author is adept at explaining the differences between Czechs and Slovaks/5. The material covered is based on Rechcigl's extensive research, which he began soon after his arrival in the US in It encompasses a wealth of information about the Czech and Slovak immigrants in America, from the time of the first known Bohemian who put his foot on American soil toward the end of 16th century, some thirty-five years before the arrival of the Pilgrims at.

At The Slow Road we answer to many names (wanderers, bon vivants, students of life) but first and foremost, we’re a group of dedicated travellers. That’s why we love compiling reading lists that include those books—from novels to memoirs, and everything in between—that have really opened up our favourite regions.

In this post we’ll round up a few of our favourite books about. Born into the Czech community of Snook, Texas, in the early twentieth century, Robert L.

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Skrabanek describes with warmth and familiarity how the immigrants and their families made their heritage a part of their daily lives. We're Czechs, first published inis an engaging account of life in a close-knit community that clearly considered it a privilege to be Czech--a privilege to. 10 Books That Will Inspire a Trip to the Czech Republic These 10 captivating books were inspired by Czech Republic’s enchanting towns, landscapes and haunting history.

From supernatural to satirical to sensational, these books’ themes vary, but they all have something in common: every author was held captive by Czech Republic’s charm. Best Answer: Both nationalities lived rather short time together, and do not have really long common history.

There was not a desire to keep the federal state together from both nations. Czechs and. Which of the following is equally true about the Czechs, the Slovaks, and Hungarians. Each have tried to privatize government run business's b.

Their population are largely Turkish in origin. None have any mineral resources. They all were allied with Germany in World War I and II. Many of us, Czechs and Slovaks living in the US, have been on a desperate hunt for Czech/Slovak groceries.

Some were more successful than others so I got the idea to ask around and here is what my friends (thanks you guys!!) and I put together. PS: I read through your great comments and added most of the new goodies in (highlighted in red).

Slovakia CZECH REPUBLIC km 60 mi 0 0 Denmark Kaliningrad (Russia) Germany Poland Slovakia Hungary Slovenia Austria Italy CZECH REPUBLIC official language For more details, see the introduction. czech ABOUT CZECH 8 8 99/11/ A/11/ AMFile Size: KB. The leaders of the Czech National Alliance and the Slovak League of America signed the Cleveland Agreement, in which they pledged to cooperate for the common goal of independent statehood for the Czechs and Slovaks.

The agreement's five articles laid out the basics of a future joint state for the two nationalities.

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(shelved 1 time as read-in-czech-slovak) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving. The Czech Book is a literary prize with international dimension, organized by an independent civic association based in Prague, Czech Czech Centres of Madrid, Berlin, Paris, Vienna and Sofia cooperate in the organization of the project amongst other institutions.

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Love is not the word I’d choose, but our nations are pretty close. We were one country for almost a century, so it’s only to be expected. I, for my part, definitely like Slovaks - and I feel closer to them than to other nationalities.

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This book will help you to begin learning the Czech language. Each lesson is aimed to some particular topic and at the end you will find some simple text using the new skills and a vocabulary.

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Are you tired of asking your friends and relatives to send you Czech/Slovak books. The situation gets really uncomfortable: books are usually heavy and the postage fee ends up being ridiculously high and you end up feeling totally guilty since your friend/relative pays that fee without wanting you to to pay him back.

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spare some change - English Only forum spare some positive words on me - English Only forum Spare some tecnical resources to/for me - English Only forum spare some time - English Only forum spare somebody - English Only forum Spare somebody hurt - English Only forum Spare somebody: (try not to worry, etc.): Idiomatic Usage.

Czechoslovakism (Czech: Čechoslovakismus, Slovak: Čechoslovakizmus) is a concept which underlines reciprocity of the Czechs and the is best known as an ideology which holds that there is one Czechoslovak nation, though it might also appear as a political program of two nations living in one common state.

Science e-book was created for teacher as well as students especially. Those books are helping them to include their knowledge. In additional case, beside science reserve, any other book likes Czech & Slovak Food & Cooking by Veruzabova, Ivana () Hardcover to make your spare time far more colorful.

Many types of book like this one. Czech (čeština) is a Slavic language, closely related to Slovak and by over 10 million people as a first language and at least 6 million who use it as a second language (mainly in Slovakia), Czech is one of two official and defacto languages of the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Czech belongs to the "synthetic" language group, which means that unlike English. Czechs Spend More Time Reading than Any Other European Nation.

We know from a survey that the Czech Republic has some of the most libraries per capita in the world and that as of last July, Now a newly released study says that Czechs spend more time reading than any other country in Europe and a number of other nations in the world.

In addition, Slovak dialects were strongly influenced by Czech as Czech was the literary language of the Slovaks for a few centuries until the 18th or 19th century.

With the breakup of Czechoslovakia into separate Czech and Slovak republics inthe degree of mutual intelligibility is fading however.

the Czech perception of time with the Czech word “Pohoda ” whi ch is difficult to translate.

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Some Some dictionaries use the w ords “peace ” or “contentment”. In some cases Czech and Slovak have different words for different things But for the most part Czechs and Slovaks are able to understand/figure out what the other one is saying.

e.g. the sentence "I was" Czech: Já jsem byl. Slovak: Ja som bol. see not a very big difference I hope this clarifies the differences a little bit. It's pretty great. There is a lot of rivalry in sports, especially ice-hockey or football, but we get along just great and there aren't any hard feeling.

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If you're trying to practice your Czech Reading then the page below should help. You will be able to sharpen your comprehension and understanding of the sample text below, which is part of the Article 26 and 27 from the Universal Declaration of Human first section is in Czech and the second part is in English.