This Monday's TEFL Prague tip is...
Whenever you pay for goods in Prague - especially in small shops and supermarkets/grocery stores, you will inevitably be asked (in Czech) if you have the correct change. With so many notes in circulation, and with the high usage of 100 CZK and 200 CZK notes in particular, cashiers do find themselves easily running out of coin change and I imagine it must be a bit of a pain for them because almost every cashier asks if you have the correct change. So, if your quick shop at the grocery store comes to 76 CZK you will most likely be asked when paying if you have the 76 CZK, or if you have for example 80 CZK (instead of the 100, 200, or 500 CZK bill which most people find themselves having immediately available).
Hope it helps!
Hezky den!/Lovely day!