Good morning is one of the most commonly used phrases in any language and one we highly recommend you learn when visiting a foreign country. In Czech, there are several ways to say good morning depending on the formality and degree of politeness you wish to convey.
How to Say Good Morning in Czech
The most common way to say good morning in Czech is “dobré ráno” which translates to “good morning”. This phrase can be used with anyone, regardless of whether they are a stranger or a close friend. It is considered polite and friendly and conveys an appropriate level of respect.
To express more enthusiasm such as being happy to see someone, then you can use the phrase “vítejte!” which means “welcome!” This phrase has a much warmer tone than dobré ráno. It can also be used as an invitation for someone to join your conversation or activity if appropriate.
A third option would be using the expression “ahoj!” which means roughly ‘hello’ or ‘hi’. This term can be used between friends as well as acquaintances, but should not generally be directed towards strangers.
There are various ways in which one could greet someone with a pleasant good morning in Czech depending on how formal/informal one wishes the interaction to be. From dobré ráno (good morning) to a more casual vítejte (welcome!).
Example Sentences using Good Morning in Czech
1. Good morning! How are you today? – Dobré ráno! Jak se máš dnes?
2. Good morning, it’s a beautiful day outside! – Dobré ráno, je to krásný den venku!
3. Wishing you a very good morning! – Přeji vám velmi dobré ráno!
4. I hope your day starts off with a smile this morning. – Doufám, že vás dnešní ráno začne úsměvem na tváři
5. Have a great day and good morning! – Mějte skvělý den a dobré ránko!