You can learn Czech in Lingq even though Czech is not lingq.
TEXT, PODCASTS, CONTENTS:
You can use another language which you dont study. For example, you can pick "Korean" and you can work there with Czech. You will have your own indicator with known words, your own targets. You can import as many Czech lessons from my website as you want (if you are a paying member of lingq, sure). If you are not a paying member, you cant import lessons :( - maybe only 5 lessons...but you can learn it normaly without any indicators or lingqing words...but I think that it is pity, because I have found that having own indicator in a language which I am learning, it's pretty.
You can download the podcasts from: http://czech.johnyho.net/?kat=319&page=323
After you import your Czech lessons, you can "lingq" each word like in learning another languages.
English-Czech, Czech-English, German-Czech, Czech-German, French-Czech, Czech-French, Italian-Czech, Czech-Italian, Spanish-Czech, Czech-Spanish, Russian-Czech, Czech-Russian - dictionaries including phrases with the searching word.
Esperanto-Czech, Czech-Esperanto, Latin-Czech, Czech-Latin, Polish-Czech, Czech-Polish + all the previous (English-Czech, etc.):
English, German, French, Spanish, Russian - dictionaries including showing synonyms, antonyms.
Sure, GOOGLE dictionary and google translator is good too, I use them often.
I have already tried the Babylon dictionary which I downloaded in my computer. It is not too bad, but it is offline dictionary.
If you want to have a conversation in Czech, let me know on my wall and we can arrange.
If you want to correct your text, let me know on my wall and we can arrange.
If you have a question about something, just let me know.