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kadamus 1 | 6    
14 Apr 2016  #91

Merged: Who wants to help me learn Polish? Can teach you English in return

Who wants to help me learn Polish? Can teach you English in return.


Lyzko 17 | 3,693    
19 Apr 2016  #92

kadamus,

After several (as yet unanswered) e-mails, my offer still stands: my Polish for your English:-)
marekzgerson@yahoo.com
Richteacher    
5 Oct 2016  #93

Merged: I am a UK Native English Speaker and teach Poles to Speak English by Skype (Callan/tailored methods)

I teach English to Poles by Skype (Callan method/adapted to the learner's needs) as well as help with CV's, job letters and job preparation. I specialise in teaching Poles as I have been doing so for many years and understand the specific pronunciation problems/advantages Poles have and can help on this basis.

You can see a manual I am currently writing to teach English using Polish phonetics here antimotivationalspeaker.webs.com which is a useful introduction to what I teach and why.

I do lessons by Skype as I know it is almost impossible for most students to get to schools as there is simply no time, and most students are too tired anyway!

This is the perfect solution to most learning needs. I am a native speaker, voice coach and teacher so Skype is very effective. I am also an academic writer and editor here mancbound.wixsite.com/easyessays and hence can help with all written work as well. I tailor lessons to individual needs, and do lessons at hours to suit you. Contact me today to discuss what I can do for you.

Rich
richainsleywriter@gmail.com
antimotivationalspeaker.webs com
Lyzko 17 | 3,693    
5 Oct 2016  #94

Hey, Rich!/ Cześć,Panie Ryszku!

I teach English as well, although not on Skype, not yet anyway:-)
Certainly be interested in exchanging thoughts on methodology, since I teach English, German, and have tutored Polish professionally on occasion, more US-born beginners, at this point.

Poles tend to learn other languages more phonetically than Anglo-American native speakers, I've found. As English is so chaotically UNphonetic, Americans at any rate seem to learn by reading, rather than by listening.

That's been my experience though.

Hope to hear from you, if and when you have a chance.
marekzgerson@yahoo.com
pablo6791 - | 1    
19 Oct 2016  #95

Merged: I can teach Polish in exchange for English

I will help in learning the Polish language foreigners . I prefers personal contact by skype . I am a native Pole. I live near Warsaw.
I invite you to contact me people speaking English who want to learn Polish.
Let us help each other. :)
Skype: Paul K. ( from Warsaw , In my logo is a motorcycle )
If I is not available, please send a message. I'll answer.
Lyzko 17 | 3,693    
19 Oct 2016  #96

Hi again, Paweł aka Pablo!

Trust you've already received my e-mail. I don't presently have access to Skype and so would prefer e-mail, if that's still possible:-)

tarsape@gmail.com
sam77    
4 Nov 2016  #97

As-salam àlaykum: Peace be up on you,My name is sam, mechanical engineer arabic men 26 years ,i love anything about Personal development(reading more 20 books at years), traveling , Geek,and working in beekeeping .

i am very happy who meeting new person and practice language
my mother language arabic and i have lesson free who want learn arabic language(you have good chance we will fluent in arabic with me) and i am fluent at French i can help you and now practice english.....i also want learn lot lot polish language because I want to live in Poland

I would like to find somebody serious who would like to practice her/his eng skills over the Skype ,whatapp,viber. Contact me at my mail: learnarabicwithsam@gmail.com
Lyzko 17 | 3,693    
4 Nov 2016  #98

Salaam alaykum to you as well!

I take it you mean "Greek" in the second line, as "geek" is something entirely different:-)
lol
laydi_Kroft    
18 Nov 2016  #99

Hi everyone!

I'm looking for a Polish speaking person - native or advanced learner, who would like to help me practise the language. I can offer help in English or if anyone is interested - in Bulgarian, too.

@pablo6791 - I tried to find you on Skype, but with no luck.
Lyzko 17 | 3,693    
18 Nov 2016  #100

Welcome, Haydi _Kroft!

As you post that you are a Bulgarian native speaker looking to learn Polish, how authentic is your English? I ask because you offer assistance with those wishing to learn English and I was only curious whether you are bilingual, that's all:-)
laydi_Kroft    
18 Nov 2016  #101

I'm not bilingual, but I think my English is good enough to help anyone who needs it :)

PS: I guess it's just a mistake you made, but my nick is "laydi_Kroft" - the most incorrect way to spell "lady_Croft" :P
Lyzko 17 | 3,693    
18 Nov 2016  #102

I hope so)))

Oh, the typo, yes, thanks! Indeed, your English AND your Polish both look excellent:-)
Practice makes perfect/Ćwiczenie czyni mistrza.
tarsape@gmail.com
abcfuxq    
19 Nov 2016  #103

Hi! My name is Sophie. I'm an American girl. I want to learn Polish and I can teach you English in return. My Polish is pretty much beginner so I have almost no Polish skills. You can ask what you'd like (simple chatting, lessons, etc.). My skype is: abcfuxq but I prefer Facebook messenger. I dislike Skype lol. Dziękuję!
abcfuxq    
19 Nov 2016  #104

I forgot to mention, I'm living in Japan and speak Japanese, so if you want to learn Japanese I can help you with that too! Thank you (and sorry for the double post).
Helianthus - | 4    
23 Dec 2016  #105

Cseść!
I am a native English speaker also learning Polish and would love people who can comfortable speak the language for emailing, facebook chat, phone, and Skype (though it may take a little while before I feel comfortable skyping with a stranger). I am happy to help with English, of course!

Please feel free to message me or email me!

Dzięnkuję!
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,105    
23 Dec 2016  #106

Czesc. I am a native Polish speaker also learning English. I'm living in London at the moment trying to catch this lovely choked nasal accent. I think I can say now: thank you, available, immediately, Lewisham, Silvertown, Abbey Road and mind the gap between the train and the platform of course :) available was a real pain in the ear. At the moment I'm still unemployed so feel free to message me or email me in Polish. I always was curious if I'm able to teach someone ;)
kaczka411 1 | 4    
5 Jan 2017  #107

Merged: English native in Southampton UK learning Polish

Hi,

I'm a 30 year old english guy living in Southampton uk looking for native polish speakers to exchange language skills with :) I already understand a lot and speak/write quite well but I'd like more practise with new friends. I'm always happy to make new friends and I can even cook a few traditional polish dishes haha (pierogi, kotlety, zupy itd.).

drop me a line if you are interested :)
nathanifill    
6 Jan 2017  #108

Hey kaczka411! I'm sure you'll find someone soon. If not, check out italki. It has a free directory of people looking for language partners to exchange with. There might be some in your area. If not, you can always use Skype to talk to them. Here's my referral link: howtospeakpolish.com/italki

You don't have to use my referral link, but if you sign up with it, they'll give you (and me) a free lesson should you choose to take a paid lesson with one of their teachers. (I never bothered, the language partners on there were more than enough for my purposes)
WhirlwindTobias - | 89    
6 Jan 2017  #109

+1 on italki, used it plenty myself. You'll not likely find a native Pole on there living in your area though, because they can just step outside to become immersed in English. There's plenty of Poles there looking for Native English speakers though, you won't even have to send any messages out - You'll get plenty in your inbox just from being logged on.
Fear001Nico - | 1    
21 Jan 2017  #110

Merged: Learn English with just conversation, INTERESTED!?!?!

Hi,

I was born in UK, London to be exact and i thought that assist those in need to learn English so If anyone wants to learn just by having conversations so no written homework from me all you need to do is contact me so we can discuss the details.
Sandoub - | 1    
6 Feb 2017  #111

Cześć.
I am a native Arabic speaker also English as well and learning polish, I just moved to live in Poland started few days ago and my polish language is too poor so I have almost no Polish skills. so if you would to learn Arabic or English and learn me Polish i will be appreciate it

So if anyone would like to text me please fell free to ask.
Regards
monti123456 - | 2    
18 Feb 2017  #112

Merged:

Polish Language exchange with English



Hi ...I am a native Arabic speaker also English as well and learning polish, I will move to live in Poland next month and my polish language is too poor so I have almost no Polish skills. so if you would to learn Arabic or English and learn me Polish i will be appreciate it

So if anyone would like to text me please fell free to ask...
skype montimonti123456
Regards
Margaretlarmuth - | 1    
10 Mar 2017  #113

Merged:

Polish and English language exchange



I can offer you an English language exchange. I can give English Conversation on a Business level to someone who will give me very basic Polish. I can offer Business conversation, how to pitch a project, how to close a deal, business etiquette at meetings and when traveling, and how to write a better CV. You can contact me. Margaret Larmuth - Larmuth@gmail.com. Tel 576343415

linkedin.com/in/margaretlarmuth?trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile_pic
Lyzko 17 | 3,693    
10 Mar 2017  #114

hi, margaret

Guess there's no further need since receiving your e-mail just now:-)
Sorry to have bothered you!
Polish wannabe    
13 Mar 2017  #115

Hi there, I speak English and am attempting to learn Polish. I use the Duolingo app and it's great but I'm finding it hard to work out exactly why different words are used at different times. For example in English we say there, their, they're etc.. depending on what we are talking about.

If someone with a good understanding of the Polish language could explain some of this I would be more than willing to help with English. I use Skype if that's any use - hutchisaurus
sylwiaewa55 - | 2    
14 Mar 2017  #116

Merged:

I'm looking for someone to learn my daughter Polish language



Hi,

I'm a mother of 4-year of child. I'm looking for patient person (the best would be a lady) to learn my daughter Polish language. If you are interested, send me an email on: sylwiakucharska@hotmail.com. Price for an hour course (4 times per month) - negotiable.

Thank you
PolandMO - | 4    
9 May 2017  #117

Merged:

Nauka polskiego



Chętnie nauczę kogoś polskiego w zamian za angielski.
I can teach conversation in Polish in exchange for English.
PolandMO - | 4    
11 May 2017  #118

Larmuth@gmail.com

Maybe I ? I am from Polish.
PolandMO - | 4    
11 May 2017  #119

@Polish wannabe
Maybe I ? I am from Poland.
balaclava89 - | 1    
25 Jul 2017  #120

Merged:

Exchange skills – Your English in exchange of my Polish



Hi! :) I would like to improve my English skills. I can offer you my Polish in return.

If You live in Warsaw and have free afternoons or weekends we could meet and talk talk talk;)
We can also use skype, if You want;)

I'm 28 and I work in bank sector.

Write me ;)

balaclava890@gmail.com




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