And by the way, when I used the phrase ‘sexy vegetables’ (below, on September 13), I certainly didn’t think anyone would come here looking specifically for sexy vegetables. To the person whose search for that phrase led you here… I can imagine you were disappointed.
Two editions this fine March afternoon: Doufat, To Hope, and Plavat, To Swim.
I’ve added some new adjectives, after a long dry spell: Holohlavy, Bald, Hrozny, Terrible, and Pesky, On foot. Also Dychtivy, Eager, and Zluty, Yellow.
Shameless self-promotion: The Little Czech Primer is featured in an article in The Prague Post! The article’s called Labor of laska (love), and it’s on the web. And if you’ve got the print edition, it’s on page D6 of the October 25-31. Thanks to Evan Rail for writing the article, and for sending me a copy of the printed article!
Five new colors were added today: Cerveny, Red, Modry, Blue, Ruzovy, Pink, Sedy, Grey, and Zeleny, Green.
Several new adjectives added: Cely, Whole, Chytry, Clever, Daleky, Far, Kapesni, Pocket-sized, Koreneny, Spicy, Mokry, Wet, Suchy, Dry, and Zajimavy, Interesting.
Added: Prset, To rain, Veceret, To have dinner, Volat, To call, and Rajce, Tomato.
New words of all sorts: Brambor, Potato, Hovezi, Beef, Poslat, To Send, Snidat, To have breakfast, Spadnout, To fall, Stary, Old, and Vymenit, To exchange.
Two verbs and an adjective: Mylit Se, To be mistaken, Navstivit, To visit, and Chytry, Clever.
Three new sexy vegetables: Cesnek, Garlic, Cibule, Onion, and Paprika, Pepper.