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Helen Fukalova Czech Republic Local time: 04:03 Native speaker of: Czech PRO pts in pair: 4
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1 day 20 hrs confidence:
[greeting], [optional: "já jsem][fisrt name, last name], e.g. "Těí mě, John Wayne."
Explanation: I don't believe people actually say "Nazdar. Jmenuji se..." or "Ahoj. Jmenuji se ...".
"Hello, my name is ..." is a culturally specific construct. In Czech people are more likely to also say a greeting followed by the name. If there is a verb in between the greeting and the name, it is more likely to be "já jsem", i.e. "I am" rather than "jmenuji se", "my name is".
The greetings used are "Těí mě", "I'm pleased", which is more formal, "Nazdar" or "Ahoj", more informal like "Hi", or time specific greetings like "Dobrý den", "Dobrý večer", etc.
Zenny Sadlon Local time: 21:03 Native speaker of: Czech PRO pts in pair: 230