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Polish Language Exchange Thread


antoni slawek - | 2
4 Sep 2017 #121
Hello
My name Sławek I learn english and loking for person to write
Regards Sławek
ricardocameron - | 3
3 Dec 2017 #122
Hi! My name is Don Ricardo Jr. I hold a TEFL certificate and am interested in teaching English in Poland next year. I am a beginner learning Polish language. I would be interested in trading conversation by Skype in the near future. Skype id: ricardocameron1 Forgive me for using google translate. I don't speak Polish very well yet!

Wesołych Świąt!

email: Dricardo1@gmail
Cześć! Nazywam się Don I posiadam certyfikat TEFL... - English only please
jakub_a 1 | 13
13 Nov 2020 #123
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Can anyone help me find a tutor or teacher so I can learn Polish?
Jorunn
22 Nov 2020 #124
I am making a gift for a polish friend, I would like to write his name in the proper format (font). Can someone advise me of the respectful manor to write "Edward Jaworski"?
pawian 176 | 14,299
22 Nov 2020 #125
Hmm, Poles do not use any special fonts for signing gifts.
Lyzko 29 | 7,275
21 Jan 2021 #126
I recently received a birthday card from a Polish female friend and saw some unusual calligraphy, it's true. Perhaps it's a gender question.
Lenka 3 | 2,562
21 Jan 2021 #127
The fact a female wrote to you in that way in no way implies it has anything to do with her being Polish or female.
Lyzko 29 | 7,275
21 Jan 2021 #128
One can never be too sure, Lenka:-)


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