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From Turkey, learning Polish - any suggestions?


acathexis 1 | 2
8 May 2013  #1
Dzień dobry!
I'm from Turkey and I lived in Poland for about four months- and I'm totally in love with the sound of the language. I am Turkish, thus as you might know, my language has a completely different origin of language. I started learning Polish there in Poland by myself and tried to continue after I got back, but it's pretty hard. I've learnt some of the grammar (tenses, at least) but I'm having difficulty all the time. Any suggestions for a better-learning of Polish? I really need that, bo kocham polskie:)

Dziękuję!
berni23 7 | 379
8 May 2013  #2
I learned most when traveling, one is kinda forced to use it.
And for you its not even taht far: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polonezk%C3%B6y

It is for sure tainted, but people can explain the grammar to you in Turkish.
phtoa 9 | 236
8 May 2013  #3
Any suggestions for a better-learning of Polish? I really need that, bo kocham polskie:)

We are looking for Turkish speaker's at my firm in Krakow, so if relocating to Poland has an interest for you, that would be the best way to learn the language :-)
OP acathexis 1 | 2
10 May 2013  #4
I know about Polonezköy, and I've been there once or twice, definitely a magical place. But since I don't live in Istanbul, it's not that common for me to go there :)

I have some plans to visit Poland again, so until then, I'll study Polish by myself :)
Polish Tutor - | 80
10 May 2013  #5
acathexis

Hi Acathexis,
I have experience in teaching Polish to Turkish people.
If you are interested in my offer I can help you wherever you live.
Just email me: polish.language.tutor


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