500 most important Czech verbs 100 - 125

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to pay
I have to pay for the lunch.
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Musím zaplatit za oběd.
to hurt
I'm sorry, I didn't mean to hurt you.
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Promiň, nechtěl jsem tě zranit.
to plan
You should plan your day better.
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Měl by si lépe plánovat svůj den.
to eat
We always eat 5 meals a day.
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Vždy jíme 5 krát denně.
to get married
When are you planning to get married?
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vzít se
Kdy se plánujete vzít?
to break in
Someone has broken into our house!
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vloupat se
Někdo se nám vloupal do domu!
to sleep
I'm going to sleep for 12 hours straight.
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Budu spát 12 hodin bez přestávky.
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Most important Czech verbs

Whether you are looking for some specific verbs or just want to get deeper into the Czech language, this list of 500 most important Czech verbs will back you up.

Czech verbs are very varied, the basic distinction is:

  • 1. full verbs with semantic meaning
  • 2. auxiliary verbs
  • 3. modal verbs
  • 4. reflexive verbs
  • 5. dative verbs
  • 6. regular verbs
  • 7. irregular verbs
  • 8. imperative verbs
  • 9. perfective verbs
  • 10. verbs of motion
Then they also differ depending on their tense because Czech language uses conjugation in past tense, future tense or present tense.

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