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Here’s a few key Czech words and phrases to help you get schooled before you come to Prague!

Hello – doh-bree-den (Dobrý den)
Goodbye – nask-hled-ah-no-u (Nashledanou)
Yes – ah-no, yo (Ano/ Jo)
No – nay (Ne) 
Thank you – de-koo-yi (Děkuji)
Thanks – dee-kee (Diky)
Please/You’re Welcome/Can I Help You? – pro-seem (Prosím)   
Where is..? - gde ye..? (Kde je..?)
How much is it? – ko-leek toe stoy-yee? (Kolik to stoji?)
I don´t understand – nay-row-zoo-meem (Nerozumím)
Do you speak English? – mloo-vee-teh ahn-glits-kee? (Mluvíte anglický?)
I don´t speak Czech. –nay-mloo-veem chesky. (Nemluvím česky)
Check, please.  – zah-plah-teem, pro-seem (Zaplatím, prosím)
You have beautiful blue eyes. -Mah-teh kraah-sneh mo-dreh ochee (Máte krásné modré oči)
Excuse me (to go through) - zdo-vo-leh-neem (S dovolením)   
Excuse me (sorry) – par-doan (Pardon)
One more (as in, ‘one more beer’), please – yesh-ta yed-no, pro-seem (Ještě jedno, prosím.)
Help! - poh-moats! (Pomoc!)

Who? – G-doh (Kdo?)
What? – Tso (Co?)
Where? – G-deh (Kde?)
When? – G-dee (Kdy?)
Why? – Proach (Proč?)
How? – Yahk (Jak?)

1-yedna (Jedna)
2- dvah (Dva)
3- tree (Tři)
4- chteer-shee (Čtyři)
5- pee-yet (Pět)
6- shest (Šest)
7- sed-oom (Sedm)
8- oh-soom (Osm)
9- deh-vee-yet (Dvět)
10- deh-set (Deset)
100- stoh (Sto)
1000- tee-seats (Tisic)

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