Appendix:Czech verbs

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Conjugation[edit]

Czech has four classes of regular verbs:

First class[edit]

The first class of verbs end in -at or -át and are conjugated like this:

dělat

Second class[edit]

The second class of verbs end in -ovat, -ýt or -ít.

kupovat

Third class[edit]

The third class of verbs end in -it, -et or -ět such as:

prosit

Present Singular Present Plural
1st person prosím prosíme
2nd person prosíš prosíte
3rd person prosí prosí

Fourth class[edit]

The third class of verbs end in -out or -ci such as:

péci

Present Singular Present Plural
1st person peču pečeme
2nd person pečeš pečete
3rd person peče pečou

Irregular verbs[edit]

Exceptions include words like mít (to have) and být (to be)


External links[edit]

  • W:Czech verbs - Wikipedia article with a much more detailed treatment of Czech verbs and their conjugation.