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Is it worth to stay?


Labrador 2 | 50
25 Feb 2016 #1
Hi.

I have just joined this community, but now I feel like I want to leave again.
It feels like everything in this forum is about generalizing everything, especially when it comes to nationality.

I have seen quite some Polish-patriots who are against everyone and everything, and I have seen quite some bad comments about other nationalities.

I came to learn more about Poland & Polish language.... Does not look like the right place to do so.

V/R
Labrador.
Pol attorney 2 | 106
25 Feb 2016 #2
You will learn quite a lot about Poland and Poles on this forum, but if you want to learn some Polish, you would probably have to enroll in online Polish classes somewhere (or regular Polish-language school).
Chemikiem 6 | 2,322
25 Feb 2016 #3
I came to learn more about Poland & Polish language.

You will learn about Poland and a lot of the information to be found here is very useful, but you will also learn about Poland from the perspective of many different people with widely differing personalities. Let's just say that quite often these people don't always agree with each other ;)

As regards learning Polish language, there are tons of threads here with a wealth of information contained in them.
If you get a couple of decent books on grammar, and search the threads, there's no reason why you shouldn't be able to pick up Polish.

My Polish isn't the best, but I joined this forum specifically for help with learning the language, and I've learned loads.

Only you can decide whether you want to stay or not, but if it were me I think I would give it a bit longer before I made a decision.

if you want to learn some Polish, you would probably have to enroll in online Polish classes somewhere (or regular Polish-language school).

Untrue, while I'm nowhere near fluent, I've learned from books, internet sources, mixing with Polish people and this forum in particular.
OP Labrador 2 | 50
25 Feb 2016 #4
@Chemikiem. Thanks ! I will do give it some more time.

I also agree with your second part about languages. I've learnt and I am still learning quite some languages without any type of classroom experiences. Just learn-programs & life-experiences. Learning by doing.

V/R
Lab


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