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Learning English in Warsaw, can anyone recommend a tutor/academy?



Minkyuman 1 | -    
1 Aug 2014  #1

Hello Everyone.
I've moved to Warsaw 3 weeks ago for my work.
I'm looking for the english tutor or academy in Motokow, Warsaw.
Could you guys recommend the good place to learn the english ?


Looker - | 914    
17 Oct 2014  #2

Below is the list of English language schools in/near Mokotów Warsaw:
angielski.warszawa.studentnews.pl/serwis.php?s=1554&pok=32195&c3=50
ErikaLee 1 | 6    
12 Mar 2015  #3

Merged: Any good English Academy for working person in Warsaw?

Hello, I'm Erika from South Korea!

I'm trying not to lose my English skill and thought that English academy can help me with this.
Do you guys know any good ones in Warsaw?
I googled it but couldn't find proper one for me.

Have a good day :)
jon357 57 | 11,346    
12 Mar 2015  #4

The British Council has the best reputation. It's on al. Jerozolimskie:

britishcouncil.pl/en/english/courses-adult/general
ErikaLee 1 | 6    
12 Mar 2015  #5

Wow, this one is extremely expensive..
Thank you for the information!
jon357 57 | 11,346    
12 Mar 2015  #6

These might also be useful:
bellschools.pl
mmenglish.edu.pl
thetower.com.pl

I know people who've worked at all of them and they were good teachers however the schools might have changed since then. They are worth checking though,

Good luck!
Harry 69 | 12,962    
12 Mar 2015  #7

I'm trying not to lose my English skill and thought that English academy can help me with this.

If you just want to speak English, go to one of the events organised by Professionals in Warsaw, lots of people there to speak to. Just check the Facebook group Professionals in Warsaw for details of the next event.
jon357 57 | 11,346    
12 Mar 2015  #8

If you just want to speak English, go to one of the events organised by Professionals in Warsaw

That's a very good suggestion. There's also Internations (they advertise on facebook) and you might be interested in the International Women's Group (who have a few Korean members too).
Harry 69 | 12,962    
12 Mar 2015  #9

I think Internations charge for their events. IWG is good but often meets during the working day. If the OP likes running (or walking), there is always the Hash House Harriers.
ErikaLee 1 | 6    
12 Mar 2015  #10

Oh I was kinda worried if I can't get along with people in those events since I don't speak good English and am shy somehow.

But can't complain before I try. Thank you all!
JollyRomek 7 | 483    
12 Mar 2015  #11

I think Internations charge for their events.

I used to go to Internations events in Krakow 2 years ago. Usually they were free events, meeting in some bar around the Rynek. Would it have changed and they are charging people now?
jon357 57 | 11,346    
12 Mar 2015  #12

I think there's a membership fee for internations that includes drinks at events however as far as I know it's possible to just pay a cover charge and get one drink. A friend just joined in Athens and explained some such thing.

ErikaLee, try the International Women's Group - some members are native speakers, some are not (with varying levels of English) and friends who attend really enjoy the chance to meet new people. They have different activities at different times.
Blackwolf1 - | 2    
19 Apr 2017  #13

Hello Erika could you please contact me and maybe we could help each other!!
Lyzko 13 | 2,716    
19 Apr 2017  #14

Ever thought of learning English in the country where it's spoken as a native tongue???
Now there's a novelty for youLOL

Why didn't I think of learning Polish in Italy?
)))
Towarzysz - | 56    
19 Apr 2017  #15

Don't bother. Business English is enough here.

Start studying Polish or another slavic language.
Lyzko 13 | 2,716    
19 Apr 2017  #16

Amen, Comrade!



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