The majority of people who speak Czech live in the Czech Republic. But a lot of Czech speakers also live in Germany, Romania, Austria and Croatia. The language is spoken by about 11 million people altogether.
The Czech language
Czech – or Bohemian, as it was known until the 20th century – developed from the Old Slavic at the end of the 10th century. Surprisingly, modern Czech has hardly changed since the 18th century.
As in German, Czech has three genders – feminine, masculine and neutral. In the Slavic language however, the word order in a sentence is not so important. This can often be arranged as desired, depending on what the speaker or writer wants to emphasise.
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