Students need to be able to be familiar with commonly-used expressions and elementary vocabulary, and provide basic information about themselves. They must be familiar with Polish verb conjugation types, accusative case, and know how to define genders.
The course is suitable for anyone with basic knowledge of Polish, who would like to:
- refresh previously gained knowledge of Polish language and build up the vocabulary,
- be able to communicate with Poles in daily situations,
- know their way around phrases useful while traveling to Poland.
CEF from A1 to A2
10 weeks course, 1.5hrs a week
The leading books for the course are handed out to the students as PDFs. We also use the learning website, and various exercises prepared by us presented via Learning Apps.
Chapter 1 : Piję kawę z mlekiem (I drink coffee with milk)
Chapter 2 : Jestem inżynierem (I am an engineer)
Chapter 3 : Mam dużą rodzinę (I’ve got a big family)
Chapter 7 : Umawiamy się na spotkanie (Arranging a meeting)
Chapter 8 : W polskiej restauracji (In a Polish restaurant)
Chapter 9 : W polskim sklepie (In a Polish shop)
Chapter 10 : Na targu (In a food market)
Patrycja holds an MA in Polish Language and Literature and have been trained in Jagiellonian University School of Polish Language and Culture to teach Polish as a foreign and second language. She started her career as a tutor at Jagiellonian University and now she has been conducting Polish lessons in London working both with private and business clients. Her passion for teaching and languages help her easily connect with people and find a suitable approach. She always tries to make the process of learning as interesting and effective as it is possible.