You know English better than Czech! Why was this not accepted as a corect answer? And You know more English than Czech is a correct answer??? For real?
That version has been among accepted answers for over a year
If you wanted to say that you knew the Czech language well, ypu could also use the noun for Czech (language), which is "čeština".
The word "česky" here is not a noun but an adverb.
I think you speak english better than czech should be accepted. Lip comes from lepsi.
You speak English better than Czech is the proposed answer, at least presently.
where does "líp" come from, is this kind of synonym of "lépe"?
It is a less formal form of lépe.
You're better at English than Czech
You mean "than".
Cz: "Jsi lepší v angličtině než v češtině", or better: "Angličtina ti jde líp než čeština."
It was a typo
Well, I do have a 49 year head start on my English!