Czech for Foreigners

Private Czech language lessons in Prague, Czech Republic

Who is Radka Šibravová?

Radka Šibravová is a Czech language teacher who specializes in instruction of foreigners who live in Prague. Since 1996, Radka has worked in several Prague language schools as a teacher as well as teaching students privately. Recently, she has concentrated primarily on teaching private students. After completing her studies at the Pedagogical Faculty of the University of Southern Bohemia in České Budějovice, where her area of specialization was Bohemian-Germanic studies, she began teaching German and Czech for foreigners in various types of schools, from Elementary to language schools to Universities.

Types of Courses Offered

Instruction is tailored to the needs of the individual client. Radka can focus on conversation, grammar, translations, listening, reading, creative writing, belles lettres, newspaper reading, video, as per request of the student.

Language of Instruction

Radka can accommodate students who wish to learn Czech through English, German, Spanish or Russian. Instruction may take place in the pleasant atmosphere of her centrally located Prague apartment in Smichov near the metro station Andel, or upon agreement with the client, in their home or office. Radka is flexible regarding course times, intensity and level of difficulty. She'll gladly accommodate her clients' needs, regarding where, when and how they'd like to be taught. Radka's client base is comprised of people of various nationalities, abilities, ages and professions. She has taught high school and university students as well as journalists, businessmen and women, bankers, housewives, soldiers, lawyers and retired people.

Mobile: +420 603 457 251
Address: Bieblova 9/719
150 00 Praha 5 - Smíchov


  • 60 minutes = 1000 CZK
  • 90 minutes = 1500 CZK
  • 180 minutes = 3000 CZK
A discount is possible for clients interested in a greater number of lessons as well as for those willing to pay in advance. A special rate is available for university and high school students.