asdkjnuev 9 Jun 2006 / #1Just as a disclaimer, my family moved to America at the start of WWII, and my dad's brother and half of his sisters were born, and after my grandparents got here my dad and the rest of his sisters were born, so I'd consider myself 1.5th generation. All of my aunts and my dad and his brother understand polish, but they can't speak it anymore since my great-grandparents and regular grandparents have died. My great-aunt was in an accident, and she's getting kind of old anyway and she doesn't speak English anymore, and no one can really communicate with her because the aid that lives with her speaks poor English.I'm really interested in learning Polish, and I have a huge Polish-English dictionary and this book with audio CDs, and just recently I'm trying out Rosetta Stone for a month before I actually get the software.I was wondering if anyone knows the best way to go about learning the language, or if anyone would be interested in being a tutor or a penpal or something to help me learn it better. I have a book written by this Polish guy, and I can't read hardly any of it. It's a moderately sized novel and the cover looks pretty interesting. The only Polish I've learned is (sort of embarrassingly) obscenities, heh. That's all my immediate family really remembers specifically.Thanks in advance; I want to learn the language so I'm able to think it, instead of hearing it, translating, and then knowing what it means. I can already think in numbers and colors!