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Collection of learning resources for learning the Polish language



cjjc 29 | 408    
8 Jan 2009  #1

Here are my collection of website that I have amassed in the last 7 or so months, please feel free to add to this list:

onet dictionary
portalwiedzy.onet.pl/tlumacz.html?qs=polski&tr=ang-auto&x=21&y=7

lexitools Polish dictionary
lexitools.org

ling.pl dictionary

Polish slang dictionary (translated to English with google)
translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A//www.miejski.pl/&hl=en&langpair=auto|en&tbb=1&ie=UTF-8

Polish lessons & videos from magauchsein on youtube

Polish language website

onestoppolish.com/useful_polish_phrases.htm - more basic Polish phrases

even more! basic Polish phrases
polish-translator.net/polish_phrases.html

meetpoland.com/useful-polish-words-and-phrases.html - basic Polish language site

bloggypolish.blogspot.com - Polish language blog with podcasts

Polish language course
grzegorj.w.interia.pl/kurs/0.html

Polish downloadable lessons (first for free)
apronus.com/polishlessons/lekcje.htm

Wikipedia page on Polish language
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish_language

Wikibooks lessons on Polish language
en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Polish

Polish language info site
omniglot.com/writing/polish.htm

another Polish dictionary (translated with google)

oddcast.com/home/demos/tts/tts_example.php?sitepal - text to speech site

Polish spelling article
free.of.pl/g/grzegorj/gram/en/osobl1.html

another Polish spelling site
polish-dictionary.com/polish-spelling.html

Enjoy and good luck with your learning.

cjjc


time means 5 | 1,319    
8 Jan 2009  #2

cheers cjjc. i need a kick up the arse at the moment to get started.
OP cjjc 29 | 408    
8 Jan 2009  #4

cheers cjjc. i need a kick up the arse at the moment to get started.

*kicks you up arse*

Thank you :)

No problem I'll add anything new as I find it.

:)

polish-dictionary.com

Grammar of the Polish language (in Polish and English)
Vincent 9 | 811  Moderator  
13 Jan 2009  #5

nice work cjjc, here is the polish alphabet with audio for beginners: languagelearninglab.com/alphabet.aspx
OP cjjc 29 | 408    
18 Jan 2009  #6

English-Polish Vocabulary Quizzes
teslj.org/v/po

Great slang dictionary
pl.wiktionary.org/wiki/Indeks:Angielski_-_Slang_internetowy
time means 5 | 1,319    
18 Jan 2009  #7

cheers cj. i like the quiz one.
Mala_Elf 13 | 17    
18 Jan 2009  #8

Thank you so much =) Iąll try to add if I can!
OP cjjc 29 | 408    
18 Jan 2009  #9

Learn Polish with Sam and Biluś
polish-bilus.blogspot.com

people.bath.ac.uk/ma1jas/polish.html

Polish case info
plg 17 | 263    
18 Jan 2009  #10

thanks this is really useful

dobra robota CJJC
OP cjjc 29 | 408    
18 Jan 2009  #11

Mods could we make this a sticky?

You could rename the title if you see fit.

Thanks.

:)

Mods could we make this a sticky?

Thanks.

:D
weruh - | 4    
21 Jan 2009  #12

do you know that one? I use it frequently. Sometimes you can find out there the usage and examples :)

wordreference.com/enpl/

but the best is ling.pl imo
HAL9009 2 | 306    
23 Jan 2009  #13

Some links to Polish language learning resources here too: polishforums.com/language-17/learning-links-8328/
OP cjjc 29 | 408    
25 Jan 2009  #14

glossa.pl/polish/english/test.php?test=1&jezyk=polish - Polish test (timed)

HAL9009

Props.
Sunflower 10 | 76    
7 Feb 2009  #15

Thanks for these resources, just started learning Polish properly at Durham Uni and finidng them extremely helpful.. although I'd just liked to add we have an extremely good teacher!!
HAL9009 2 | 306    
14 Feb 2009  #16

A good teacher is such a great advantage to have.
My teacher really brought Polish to life for me. No way would I have stuck with it without having a teacher.
Happymeal 7 | 35    
7 Mar 2009  #17

Survival Polish - expats-in-poland.com/?mod=fs_epdict
OP cjjc 29 | 408    
13 Mar 2009  #18

multilingualbooks.com/freelessons-polish.html - Basic reading material in Polish
SeanBM 35 | 5,820    
13 Mar 2009  #19

Great cjjc, thanks a mill.
OP cjjc 29 | 408    
13 Mar 2009  #20

No problem! Remember if you stumble upon anything even if it's just a basic easy to read Polish website! post it here!
SeanBM 35 | 5,820    
13 Mar 2009  #21

What about youtube?
There are loads on youtube, it would be good to have them also, whata ya think?.
There are too many to post all of them but here are a few

Learning Polish Online Lessons



Jeezz, you could play that while asleep, learn why you sleep ha ha ha.

Polish Basics - Unit 1



pogoda za granicą - Polish Story Board Dialog
Unfortunately nothing to do with southpark.



Polish Pronunciation Guide Unit 1 (alphabet)


OP cjjc 29 | 408    
13 Mar 2009  #22

What about youtube?

There is a lot but I have to be in the mood to embed all those videos.

One day! :)

Polish adjectives
en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Polish/Adjectives

Polish adjectives

List of the above...
en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:Polish_adjectives

C/o sausage:

This site is useful (run by Rosseta Stone) for finding language partners
SharedTalk.com

sharedtalk.com

I spotted this on another thread (again posted by sausage): goethe-verlag.com/book2/EN/ENPL/ENPL002.HTM - Polish word audio files (downloadable)
Catfish_blues - | 2    
24 Apr 2009  #23

polishbuzz.com is an excellent site for the Polish Community in the USA.
WhiteEagle 2 | 3    
25 Apr 2009  #24

The Live Mocha team have recently added Polish to their list of courses, there are now four to choose from, and its free.

livemocha.com
jojospacemunky    
25 Apr 2009  #25

[quote=WhiteEagle]
The Live Mocha team have recently added Polish to their list of courses, there are now four to choose from, and its free.

livemocha.com

Yes it has and you have the added option of having feedback from Native polish people in total you have 160hours FREE polish learning and audio :) plus you can learn other languages if you wish to, it a good site :) highly recommended
Pani_Polska - | 89    
27 Apr 2009  #26

I believe they have a FREE online course you can sign up for at university of warsaw:

come.uw.edu.pl/?q=en/node/435
jojospacemunky 1 | 59    
27 Apr 2009  #27

they have a FREE online course

it shows Cost: PLN 690 (EUR 180) on their page so i wouldnt exactly claim it to be free
Pani_Polska - | 89    
28 Apr 2009  #28

There used to be a free one, it must be the wrong page. It was simple and only taught you basics but it was definitely free. I know, I signed up for it so I could help a friend through it. it was through COME UW

UPDATE: moodle.come.uw.edu.pl/index.php?lang=en_utf8
THIS IS THE WEBSITE. In english, you will see in the top right hand corner there is a login. I still have access to my free account which I have never paid for. Try to "create a new account", right underneath the log in. I just walked through it and it worked for me again.

...I also noticed, for those who dont understand Polish (Sorry) the UW page will link to this, which is in ENGLISH::

jezyki.come.uw.edu.pl

:) :) Sorry about that!
OP cjjc 29 | 408    
30 Apr 2009  #29

Glad to see that some peeps have been updating this thread.

http://www.livemocha.com/

I've recently joined this site and find it pretty good so far! I'm becoming addicted to checking peoples writing tests. :D
Czwartek 2 | 14    
20 May 2009  #30

Getionary, a very good Polish-English dictionary. An ad-blocker is recommended for visiting that site, otherwise the ads just get in the way and are quite annoying. The dictionary is very useful though, and gives example sentences in both languages.

sjp.pl - A Polish-only dictionary which lets you search using any variation of any Polish word, and it will give you the base word as well as all the other variations. For example, search for mógłbym and it will find móc, search dniach an it will find dzień. Useful for familiarising yourself with the conjugation of Polish verbs and declination of nouns and adjectives, and useful if you come across a variation of a word conjugated in an unpredictable way and you want to know its basic form.




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