słownik czesko - angielski

český jazyk - English

řeč po angielsku:

1. language language

Watch your language.
The English language is undoubtedly the easiest and at the same time the most efficient means of international communication.
We cannot know too much about the language we speak every day of our lives.
Language acquisition requires creativity.
If you concentrate all your energies on the study of English, you will master the language.
You may write in any language you want. On Tatoeba, all languages are equal.
In all probability, no language is completely free of borrowed words.
Dr. Zamenhof believed that a language belongs to the people who speak it which is why he never copyrighted Esperanto.
A child who is a native speaker usually knows many things about his or her language that a non-native speaker who has been studying for years still does not know and perhaps will never know.
The profane language used on network television makes many parents with young children not want to subscribe to cable.
In many countries, whenever a group of people from various language backgrounds get together, English is usually the language that is spoken.
Mathematicians are like French people: whatever you tell them they translate it into their own language and turn it into something totally different.
The difficulties of the Japanese language prevent all but a handful of foreigners from approaching the literature in the original.
And even outside these nations, English is perhaps more widely used as a medium of international communication than any other language.

Angielskie słowo "řeč" (language) występuje w zestawach:

1000 most important Czech nouns 551 - 600

2. speech speech

a campaign speech
Because the voices of protest grew louder and louder, his speech couldn't be heard.
He was making a speech, but he broke off when he heard a strange noise.
A person giving a speech should stand where everyone can see him.
His dress is that of gentleman, but his speech and behavior are those of a clown.
I get really bad performance anxiety before I give a speech.
You have the right to free speech, but not the right to slander.
There is a fine line between speech that is terse and to the point and speech that is too abrupt.
I'm the type who gets nervous in front of people, so I'm bad at speech making.
I could understand the first few sentences, but the rest of his speech was all Greek to me.
A scholar made an excellent speech about human rights.
He used so much inflated language in his speech today I couldn't figure out what he was saying.
The Cockney mode of speech, with its unpleasant twang, is a modern corruption without legitimate credentials, and is unworthy of being the speech of any person in the capital city of the Empire.
Truthful speech is not elegant, and elegant speech is not truthful. Good words are not persuasive, and persuasive words are not good. The knowledgeable are not many, and the many are not knowledgeable.
Don't be afraid to show yourself through speech and take every opportunity to speak to others in English and soon you will feel right at home in informal conversational situations.