Hello, teacher! I'm having only one question for you. Why English language is so strange? I'm from Russia, and I think that Russian english is more "colorful" instead English. Please, answer my question!!!
Well, what do you define "colour" (he's had his spelling corrected if nothing else) as?
Thank yourself lucky you don't have to deal with a confusing system of grammatical case endings!
I am moving to the Czech Republic in a couple of weeks and the Czech case system (as with most Slavic languages) is a nightmare! As a native English speaker picking up the language is going to be hard work.
If you have an advanced class in the Czech Republic, it may save you a lot of trouble with the Czeck language.
I say this because I have spent some time studying French, which initially shows a lot of similaritites to English.
However I know very little about Czech (or Russian or any like language) so your opinion is going to be infinately more informed than mine (what with being a speaker of both languages).
What do you mean by "advanced class" ? (Bearing in mind that I am a beginner).
I want to learn (at least) basic Czech nontheless. Partly out of respect to the natives, partly out of curiosity; and of course you can learn a lot about language in general by studying a new one.
At least, as you say, the alphabet might be somewhat on my side