• Describing places, degrees of friendship, making small talk, and communicating your plans for the week

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    Mieszkam w Warszawie. Part 1

    some vocabulary related to cityscapes

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    Vocabulary for shops

    vocabulary related to urban infrastructure

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    Soft and hard consonants

    the distinction between soft and hard consonants in Polish

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    Mieszkam w Warszawie. Part 2

    the locative case ending -"e"

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    Mieszkam w Warszawie. Review

    the vocabulary of the last lessons the locative case with -"e"

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    Jakie masz plany na weekend? Part 1

    a few words that refer to the future the future forms of "być" {to be}

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    Jakie masz plany na weekend? Part 2

    the days of the week the accusative case with the preposition "w"

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    Jakie masz plany na weekend? Part 3

    how to talk about your plans the compound future

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    Jakie masz plany na weekend? Review

    the vocabulary of the last lessons the future of "być" (to be) the compound future

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    The preposition "w"/"we"

    when to use "w/we" with the accusative and locative cases

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    Co słychać? Part 1

    how to refer to female friends the verb "znać" (to know)

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    Co słychać? Part 2

    different ways to ask how someone is doing

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    The virile category

    what the virile and non-virile categories mean in Polish grammar

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    Co słychać? Part 3

    how to refer to male friends demonstrative and possessive pronouns for the virile category

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    Co słychać? Part 4

    the forms of the verb "nazywać się" (to be called)

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    Co słychać? Review

    vocabulary of the last lessons the verbs "znać" and "nazywać się" demonstrative and possessive pronouns for nouns that take the virile form

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