I thought I'd give you the very basic sentences and words that we learned to day. I'm a true beginner at Czech, so I'd turn to Google Translate for pronunciation help, though I'll do my best. By the way, anything that is maroon on the page is a link for you to follow. For internet beginners, right click on the link and select "open in a new tab" to keep from leaving the blog.
Note: The emphasis is always on the first syllable and I don't know anything about capitalization in Czech.
Czech (čeština - pronounced "cheshtina")
Hello! Dobrý den! ("Dohbry den")
What's your name? Jak se jmenujete? ("Yahk seh mehnooweteh")
My name is Casey. Jmenuji se Casey. ("Mehnoowi seh Casey")
Where are you from? Odkud jste? ("Ohdkud steh")
I am from America. Ja jsem zameriky. ("Yah sem zahme/d/iki")
I am American (female). Ja jsem američanka. ("Yah sem ahme/d/ichahnka")
I am American (male). Ja jsem američan. (Yah sem ahme/d/ichahn")
I am a student (male/female). Ja jsem student/ studentka. ("Yah sem stoodent/ stoodentkah")
I am a teacher (male/ female). Ja jsem učitel/ učitelka. ("Yah jsem oochitel/ oochitelkah")
How so you do?/ Nice to meet you! Těší mě! ("T(y)ehshi Meh")
Good bye. Na shledanou. ("nah sledahno")
Yes. Ano ("ahno")
No. Ne ("Neh/Nay")
Congratulations! You have learned a bit of a West Slavic language!