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The Czech language is considered a West Slavic language. There are over 12 million native speakers and the majority of them live in the Czech Republic. There are people who speak Czech that live throughout the world. Until the 19th century, the English name for this language was Bohemian. The name Czech comes from the Czech tribe that inhabited the land. It is said their leader came up with the name and it stuck.
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About the Language:
The Czech language is similar to the Slovak language. It is easy to read and write. There are 10 different vowels and many words have many different forms. Learning the language can get confusing when words mean the same thing and have different forms. There are many words in the language that do not actually have any vowels and are only made up of consonants. Czech has a past, present, and future verb tense structure.
Common Czech is what is spoken today and mostly used. Standard Czech can also be used for speaking today as well. They are generally the same they just have a few minor grammatical differences.
The Czech language was not standardized until the 15th-16th century.
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Czech Language Facts:
- West Slavic language
- 12 million native speakers
- Some words have no vowels
- Can be officially used in legal documents and cases
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