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Tips for me or any really good audio books to learn Polish?

18 May 2007 /  #1
I've just started to see a polish girl and we are really crazy about each other. So what i want to do is learn polish as i'd think she would like this.

I've been using the net to send her basic polish text messages and i've started to try and speak it but not having much luck.

Does anyone have any tips for me or any really good audio books that i could buy to help me

Thanks ever so much
davidpeake 14 | 451  
18 May 2007 /  #2

do a internet search for some software called " before you know it" this might help you out a little.
Big Rob - | 70  
18 May 2007 /  #3
I did a google search and got the link... "byki/" is this the one? The file to be saved was an .exe file which can be a little dangerous unless you truly trust the server, and seemed very small to be of any use. Is it just a gateway type file (i.e. just allows you access to the site)?

If no one knows its not a problem, just didn't want to go any further without a bit of advise!
OP obladeo  
18 May 2007 /  #4
Thanks allot you have been very helpfull. i will try the program as it looks really good :D
davidpeake 14 | 451  
18 May 2007 /  #5
thats the right site, its fine, you just get an email once a month or so, but nothing harmful
27 Jun 2007 /  #6
check out this site it might be helpful,, I've been getting all of my gifts for my girlfriend there, the store is family owned, the owners daughters work there, they always help me pick out some of the best gifts, they have anything you could think of.....
FF2005 - | 1  
26 Oct 2007 /  #7
Thread attached on merging:

I am looking for a book or cd that someone can recommend that will help me learn polish. One that has it in polish and how to prenunce it in english
yournamehere 1 | 3  
23 May 2008 /  #8
Merged: Any Good "Polish to English" Audio Programs? Please help!

Hi there everyone (czesc) lol

My boyfriends family is fairly new to Canada as they came over from Poland about 5 years ago. Anyways, his mom still cant speak English and I dont blame her! I picked her up an mp3 player but I cant seem to find any good "Polish to English" audio programs. I found pimsleur for myself but of course, it teaches me Polish through the use of the English language.

Is there anything any of you used to help master the language? What was it called?

HAL9009 2 | 325  
5 Jun 2008 /  #9
An old Polish Linguaphone course, from around 1990 or earlier. They are very good, but they don't make them any more. you should be able to find one on ebay occasionally. That's where i got mine :)
5 Jun 2008 /  #10
i have the colliquial polish set :)

but like hal9009 states search ebay you will find stuff :)
Cyrille - | 2  
19 Dec 2009 /  #11
Merged: Audio CD "We are learning for Polish language"


I'm new here. Thus I'm introducing myself: I'm French and I'm learning for polish language.
I just came back from Kraków with a wonderful girlfriend which is learning this lovely language too. :)
I've some family here.

We bought a learning method in Kraków composed by two books. It's called "Nous apprenons le polonais" which means "We are learning for polish language".

I don't know if you remind this method, but we need the audio CDs... which wasn't with the book even if we paid for them... :(

I wonder if you can tell me how to get them!? :) :) :)

Thank you very much for your help!

SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595  
19 Dec 2009 /  #12
I don't think so many people here have French audio-books recorded. But try to Google for it.
19 Dec 2009 /  #13
I'm interested to hear the forthcoming Michel Thomas Advanced Polish course, though if it's anything like the Russian advanced, the level will be patronisingly low.

By the way, if you're learning Polish, it's hard to find a better resource for tuition books than the website of the publisher Universitas. They publish a wide range of titles covering all levels, and catering for learners of Polish with different native languages.
Cyrille - | 2  
21 Dec 2009 /  #14
Thank you for your responses!
I contacted the publisher!

Keep in touch... :)

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