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47 comments

Jorge Barrera 31/08/2021 - 22:24

So waste of time

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MyNameIsApl 31/08/2021 - 22:24

We've got the same mistakes in Russia, as Czech.

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carl kiecken 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Who wants to speak czech ?

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Paul Zellman 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Only if you stayed in Britain, or Ireland, or Canada and/or Australia, or worked and associated with those lands' Natives then you likely master the English language. American English is just the beginning of knowing and speaking multinational English, which is a wonderful thing to know.

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vma 31/08/2021 - 22:24

apparently, i don’t do any of these. yay! thanks for the video, tho — i believe it’s very helpful for many czechs out there! 🧡

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E T 31/08/2021 - 22:24

in #2 you forget "concrete"

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TK Dřevohrátky 31/08/2021 - 22:24

well, somehow nothing is permanent, everything is temporary.

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Jerry Jencik 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Gees , girl you nailed that přízvuk almost perfectly. Good on ya.

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Erik Hendrych 31/08/2021 - 22:24

I am going to the Germany. – Sounds weird with the article.
But yeah articles are a complete mess for me. Also commas. Czech language has commas everywhere and has strict rules for that. In English there is much less commas and sometimes it doesn't really matter if you write it or not.

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Jirka Hlavaty 31/08/2021 - 22:24

So funny and true lol 😂

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Jakub Šolc 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Boss vs chief – is there a difference in meaning between these words? I think that the common mistake is in spelling "chef" instead of "chief". So this is the spelling error, not the false friend error.

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Jakub Šolc 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Czechs say "Díky Bohu!" which literally means "Thanks to God" – thanks in plural. I think this is the reason of the mistake.

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Sasha Adamova 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Thank you for this useful topic! Dobrá práce!

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Jan Hrubín 31/08/2021 - 22:24

To be sure, if you look in an English dictionary, "actual" does have "current" or "up to date" as one of its meanings, but it's one of the more obscure meanings and it could cause confusion when native speakers would usually assume that "actual" means "real". And similarly, it would be better to translate "aktualizovat" as "update" rather than as "actualize" (though "actualize" might be technically correct in this sense). That said, one major mistake in English that I noticed among Czechs (that should probably be in the top ten too) is thinking that "nice" (when used for people) means "good-looking" when it rather means "pleasant" or "kind".

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Dale 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Gwyneth Jones sounds like Adéla z Česka by accent

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Štěpán Daněk 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Seems to me that this video mostly points out the inconsistency of English. That's probably what native English speakers struggle with the most when it comes to Czech. And by "that" I mean phonetical consistency. A lot of English speakers try to pronounce Czech inconsistently which is funny because… they try to pull inconsistency out of thin air? Does this make even a little sense?

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Grovajl Yukari 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Czechia though. That word was accepted by young and revolutionary guys. But we are still Czech Republic.

I am going to the nature now.

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Paulina Skřivánková 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Duh <3

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pacechcz 31/08/2021 - 22:24

That British teacher Gwyneth has a strong Czech accent. Funny 🙂

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eric hamilton 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Some of these mistakes–especially with word usage around pretty common to most European learners. Actually, chef/boss, eventually, etc… are the exact same problem for Germans, Poles, Spanish-speakers, Italians, and more I imagine. With these words English seems to be the outlier/weird one… Also Germans say "die Natur" and in Spanish it's "la naturaleza"–with the article. Again English is the strange one here…

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Rudy Skarecky 31/08/2021 - 22:24

I see there are many comments, so i may have missed some, however in my experience Czechs tend to omit articles because they don't have them in Czech, like " i want to rent car"

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Dusan Pavlicek 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Thank you for not only putting together the list of top mistakes but also providing thorough explanations 🙂
One remark though: I really hate the name "Czechia", I would NEVER use it myself. It's the Czech Republic 😉 Czechia is an artificial word introduced by politicians who didn't know any better 😉

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God Tier 31/08/2021 - 22:24

19:40 you can actually use word Kontrolovat as control like petr kontroluje celý systém= peter control whole system but ovládat is bit batter

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Jani Jelínková 31/08/2021 - 22:24

I'm Czech and pretty young, and I don't pretty much make these mistakes :D. I sometimes forget the rules of some english words, but I just have it in my head like that. Not long time ago, we were learning the present perfect, before that I knew how, when to use it, but didn't know all the rules. I think it's because I started watching a lot of english youtubers, so I just got it from them :D. Now I Gotta check what I wrote if there aren't any mistakes xD.

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Jan Michl 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Hi Jen! Really very useful, and also very amusing stuff; thank you! Only four small corrections of you Czech pronounciation, concerning emphasis or stress (easily avoidable:): SKUtečně – not skuTEČNĚ; KONtrolovat – not konTROLOVAT; Ovládat – not oVLÁDAT; … plus šÉf – not ŠEF (meaning BOSS). – Looking forward to more of you lectures! – 👍 Best regards from Jan (male)

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Alexander Gissler 31/08/2021 - 22:24

An American mistake or rather misunderstanding is "the Netherlands" or "the Hague". This country or city, respectively, do not exist. The "article" in these cases is part of the country and city name, and – BTW – is always capitalized. We this have to write "The Netherlands" and "The Hague", and will use these two words together under all circumstances

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Jan Gulár 31/08/2021 - 22:24

It gets more complicated if you want to meet THE girl 😄
Thank you for another great video 👍🏻

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Nitram 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Wow, that was some party! I really enjoyed it. To tell the truth, it was wild but it's in the nature of things that people want to have fun – after all, a little party never killed nobody. 😀

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Natálie Krausová 31/08/2021 - 22:24

I do only one mistake from this video and it is with the preposition on/at/in etc. But only sometimes😄✨

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John Vender 31/08/2021 - 22:24

I was born in Prague in 1956 and came to Australia in early 1970. Don't speak the old lingo much any more but there are things about Czech I like. An example is economy with words. Do you speak Czech is four words, mluvíte/mluvíš česky is only two 🙂 One thing I do remember is jedno pivo 😉

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1stFoxmovie 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Do you need any license or certification to teach English in the Czech Republic?

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1stFoxmovie 31/08/2021 - 22:24

And do Czechs make a typical American mistake: "their/there/they're", too?

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Martin Kuřil 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Why the hell you say "the" in only 2 cases of countries 😆 that doesn't make any sence 😆

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Radim Nechuť 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Maybe, just maybe, Czechs really dont care about some… stuff as much as you do. I really do wanna meet some girl…

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Jan Rys 31/08/2021 - 22:24

English prepositions are sometimes really strange… Like ,,Get on the plane.''… What? Why would I? I wanna sit INSIDE of it… Its not that windy in there, also i bought a seat ant they are all inside. But yeah… We use ,,Jdu na vlak.'' Which is literally I go on the train. (in the meaning I go to the station to catch my train)… 😀

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Pavel ČERNIL 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Czechia je špatně, protože znamená jen část České republiky. Česká republika se skládá ze Čech, Moravy a Slezska. Takže používat název Czechia mi přijde zavádějící.

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TheLukasCZ 31/08/2021 - 22:24

3/10 and thank you for that. I did not even know.

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Míchal Kortus 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Jedeš do České republiky, nauč se česky !!!!!!

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Thomas AlfaDick 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Nemůže kontrolovat svoje emoce. To jde.

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Bes 31/08/2021 - 22:24

15:15 Would "I've been living in Prague since 2012." be wrong?

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Ertai 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Yeah, my students usually have troubles with these as well… though they are kids and they have trouble understanding that languages are not a simple translation, that there is an entire mentality behind every language. And the double negative is fun but a quadruple negative is much more fun!

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Daniel Weiss 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Ooookey, Czechia? Honestly I hear this word only from Americans or British, and I know why it is, due to the Slovakia being really close to us, but the short term is Czech, I get it Czechia sound right, but when czech person hears it we know who you are 😀 no offence 😀

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Ja S. 31/08/2021 - 22:24

I wish, these are my only mistakes.

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Ládínek Smolík 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Perfect, I like it… best video.

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Patrik Pastrnak 31/08/2021 - 22:24

"They use double negative in Czech. We don't."
Fergie: A little party never killed nobody.

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Martin Herák 31/08/2021 - 22:24

my way is to speak like Yoda. It is more funny and everybody understands.

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Standa Bernatík 31/08/2021 - 22:24

Hi Jen, thanks for your superb videos (not only this one, of course)!
For error #4, maybe you also should have pointed out that "since" is always(?) associated with the present perfect (/ continuous) tense or, in the case of the past, with the past perfect (/ continuous) tense.

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