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Cheap way to learn polish

superkill 7 | 9
6 Feb 2011 #1
Ok well my name is Brandon and I am coming to poland around August to stay there for nine months and go to school. Now me and my family have been looking for some programs online to help me speak polish. We have tried Pimsleur for german, (because I thought I was going to germany) and it was good but they just ended up sending us more and more stuff and charging us, so we canceled and cant get that anymore. Then the rosetta stone would be nice, but it is just to expense, so if anyone has any suggestions for me I will greatly appreciate it.
frdalloway 1 | 19
6 Feb 2011 #2
Hey, I participated in a Polish course in Cracow, and my teachers adviced me to sign up for more materials and Polish lessons for free on this website: e

You can use couple of lessons for free. There are lots of materials and you can also talk to Polish teachers or students on a special forum.

I hope it will be useful.

Have fun with Polish :-)
smurf 39 | 1,981
6 Feb 2011 #3
get some private lessons where you live man, stick an ad up on something like gumtree looking for a polish teacher close to where you live...I wish I'd learned before I moved here, actually it was a huge mistake that I didn't coz it can be pretty hard to get by without some
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,098
7 Feb 2011 #4
Ok well my name is Brandon

The most important phrase is Czesc. Jestem Brandon ;)

Don't focus on grammar, focus on reading and writing fluency e.g. you can read some wikipedia article and switch over en and pl version.
OP superkill 7 | 9
8 Feb 2011 #5
Dziekujemy Peter. Hope thats right lol
chichimera 1 | 186
8 Feb 2011 #6
you can try searching for some teaching videos on youtube. It's a very cheap way :) I find them quite useful for learning English.
Haniaa 1 | 9
9 Feb 2011 #7

My name is Ania and I have some experience in teaching Polish for foreigners. I organise the lessons via Skype, so there is no problem with who lives where. I offer some trials lessons for free, so you can decide whether it suits you or not, without losing any money. If I charge some money for the lessons, the price is rather low, just 20zl/h.

If interested, write me (hania.poland@gmail) or call (662 806 157).


25 Sep 2011 #8
Brandon, cheap is dear! Better to invest seriously in instruction which might cost you, but in the end, will yield solid results. A native-speaking teacher is a must, in my experience. A good one though, will tend to be expensive-:))
MartaT - | 1
10 Oct 2011 #9

Feel lost in Poland?

Would like to understand what does “domówka” mean and how to
pronounce “chrząszcz brzmi w trzcinie”? Be able to order “wściekły pies” in a
pub & get to Kraków without being lost on a way?;)

I can help You!

I graduated Polish Philology, I teach Polish since 5 years, foreigners since 2 and I
need to say… I am good at that because I love it:)

Recommendations available upon request.

If You are interested in classes - call me: 880 771 980


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