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Polish Tutoring Options in Melbourne


Taya - | 2
28 Feb 2008 #31
Moorabbin

I'm not sure when the classes are held- day, time etc. With hectic schedules, it could be difficult for us all to be able to attend at the same time. I might try a P.C. tutor program first and enquire into the class thing again later in the year.
Syrena 7 | 73
29 Feb 2008 #32
Moorabin?!?! Thats too far me!! I'm using a cd rom i got off the internet and found its pretty helpful. Really helping me with my spelling especially.
King Sobieski 2 | 716
3 Mar 2008 #33
yeah, i work in the city but getting to moorabin and then back to the north after work is just too much for me.
polska
5 Mar 2008 #34
hello everybody wanting to know how to speak like a true polak. All polish material available from the Polonia shop in arcade off bourke street. Language school at princess hill evening center in Lygon.
davidpeake 14 | 451
5 Mar 2008 #35
which arcade off Bourke street, closer directions would be nice and helpful..
King Sobieski 2 | 716
5 Mar 2008 #36
it is actually on elizabeth street, between collins and lil collins.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Mar 2008 #37
youtube.com/watch?v=INdjRCNcZj0, sth 4 the Aussies, this is uplifting!!
malo tadeusz - | 1
9 Mar 2008 #38
Dobri Wieczor Taya,
How did you go getting others to enrol with you for Polski Szkola????
I called Language Champs and they were looking at around $50 per class,
although that would have been 1 - on - 1.
Porozmawiamy potem.....
NonComposMentis - | 1
14 Mar 2008 #39
Hi All,
My name is Ewa, I am a native Polish speaker living in Melbourne. If there is still anyone interested in Polish lessons I might be able to help. Please contact me if you want 1-1 tutoring.

Ewa
PS. I have my own registered bussiness (mainly teaching computers) so I can provide invoices for all lessons.
Mtooka - | 1
2 Apr 2008 #40
Ewa,
I live in Melbourne and am interested in lessons.
Email: mtooka@hotmail

Regards

Matt

Hi Anna

I have been learning Polish using the Pimsleur Polish Language CD's.
These are actually very good, and you get the basics and pronounciation quite well.

I spoke with my grandmother with what I learned and she said it was quite good.

Cheers

Matt
Gosiaa 2 | 89
30 Apr 2008 #41
I find this thread very very interesting. I am amazed how many people like
to learn and speak po Polsku. If only it was like that when I came to Australia
over 15 years ago and all the polish/ozzies teenagers looked at me with contempt
because I couldn't speak English. ;-P and now look , some of those teens who didn't want to even say dziękuje looking for tapes to learn how to pronounce

polish words ! Suddenly it is cool to be Polak / European ..... hmmmm
ST_HIMMLER - | 7
30 Apr 2008 #42
I am a native speaker, I can teach people on a practical basis - meaning that I can speak Polish with you and answer questions.

I live in Sth. Melbourne.
King Sobieski 2 | 716
30 Apr 2008 #43
my parents even sent me to polish school on saturdays, but being young and naive i thought it a waste of time and didnt pay much attention.

regret it now.
Gosiaa 2 | 89
1 May 2008 #44
Is it cool to speak po Polsku only because Poland is in EU ?

also to anyone who is trying to learn polish why not download polish
songs it is the fun way to learn !
King Sobieski 2 | 716
1 May 2008 #45
is this directed to me???

both my parents are polish, so, natural progression that i would like to learn and understand the mother tongue.
rumanu 2 | 15
15 May 2008 #46
I'd love to learn Polish, my dad never sent me to Polish school cos he thought it wasn't necessary, but then I couldn't speak with my own Babscia! What makes it worse is that I lived in Warszawa as a kid/young teen and never really learned properly plus I have dual nationality with a Polish passport lol

My Polish side of the family, we all speak English anyway, it makes me feel that I have lost some of my "Polishness" and culture.
anja05 - | 1
20 May 2008 #47
Hi All

My name is Anna, I am a native Polish speaker from Melbourne (Chadstone). If you are interested in learning Polish please contact me on 0432052331 or email : a_herba@hotmail.
King Sobieski 2 | 716
20 May 2008 #48
what would you charge an hour?

and would we have to travel to chaddy?
PolishXBarbie 3 | 50
20 May 2008 #49
The universtiy in Gainsville (spelling?) has a polish program. You can study the language and the history =)
King Sobieski 2 | 716
21 May 2008 #50
in melbourne, australia??

the only gainsville i know is the furniture store in melbourne.
PolishXBarbie 3 | 50
21 May 2008 #51
ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh no..........lol sorry I didnt read aust. part. sorry. In fl we have acity called melbourne...so i thought it was Fl lol
King Sobieski 2 | 716
21 May 2008 #52
thought you may have meant the melbourne in florida...just wanted to clarify.
Guest
9 Jun 2008 #53
Hi!
I`m Agnieszka and a native Polish speaker. I can teach you Polish but only online (Skype or another messanger), because I live in Poland. it is a very good way to learn how to speak in this language some materials can be sent on mail ( for example exercises). If someone is interessted plz email me agas2000@interia.pl
osiol 55 | 3,922
9 Jun 2008 #54
Polish Tutor Melbourne

I live in Poland

Agnieszka, are you nocturnal? This thread is down under.
phigit - | 1
10 Jun 2008 #55
I believe Language Champs has started Polish classes. Take a look at their website languagechamps.com.au

Language Champs are definitely offering classes in Polish
magdaski - | 6
25 Aug 2008 #56
Hi there,

I am a native Polish speaker, I arrived in Oz one and half year ago. (Spent the last 10 years in London).
I am living in Toorak at the moment, 5 minutes away from Toorak train station - Malvern Road.

I did Teacher Training Course back in Poland and I am able to give Polish classes if you are still interested. ( I was actually teaching English back in Poland and now working as an orthodontic techniacian...)

Contact me on magdaski@yahoo.co.uk or here.

Cheers,
Magda
King Sobieski 2 | 716
25 Aug 2008 #57
magda, if you were not on the other side of melbourne i would take you up on your offer.
magdaski - | 6
25 Aug 2008 #58
Hi there,

Where are you based?
Perhaps I could travel to your place?

Cheers,
Magda
King Sobieski 2 | 716
25 Aug 2008 #59
Where are you based? Perhaps I could travel to your place?

i live in thornbury but only in a two room unit, so no real place to study.

i saw your other post about meeting poles in melbourne. there is a website: dziuplamelbourne.com/forum/YaBB.pl

there is a monthly dziupla each month, sometimes out in north melbourne.

and there is a polish festival in november at fed square.

there are also a few restaurants, but not many.
languagebridge
30 Aug 2008 #60
Hello!

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