This post is about a technique I thought up for learning Czech (čeština) Declensions
In an attempt to learn Czech declensions, I wonder whether a web page on the internet or standard Android application exists, which lists, for each of the following standard model words on which the Czech declensions are based, and for each such word, and case and number, a sentence containing the conjugated word. This should mean six to seven times two sentences for each word, since for each word there can be six to seven cases and each can be singular or plural if I am correct.
With this method, by memorizing all the phrases, one can see the declensions in context, and will be able to initially recall these cases and numbers to formulate or conjugate other related words. Since one will put more effort into memorizing the entire phrase than just the declension tables, such method should be more durable and effective, in the long term.
In fact I have been even told that in some scenarios some Czech textbooks portray sentences relating all declentions of a single word in a single sentence as well. It would be interesting to know where these examples can be found on the internet as well.
So, I am looking for examples with the following words.
I would also like to know in what order Czech people recite noun conjugation tables, whether all singular forms first and then all plurals, and the relative collocation of declensions, nominative accusative, genitive, native or nominative, genitive, native, accusative, and would also like to know the relative collocation of the vocative, whether before the locative and instrumental or after. Theoretically, Czech children learn to recite these conjugation tables in some given order, and I would like to know which order that is. If there is even an Android app where you can view and hear such conjugations I would like to know about it (my phone is currently running low on memory though and I probably won't be able to try it until I purchase a new phone).