Are you looking for something special? Here you will find special courses for quick training.
In this course, you'll learn about Polish vowels, consonants, letter combinations, what they look like, and the order of the Polish alphabet. This course is meant to serve as an overview, and we recommend that you do the lessons one at a time, taking breaks in between. You can also dip in and out of the lessons when you want to look something up. Enjoy learning the "abecadło"!
Here you'll learn helpful expressions for everyday life in Poland. You'll get an overview of greetings and goodbyes, enrich your small talk with common sayings related to well-being, and learn how to congratulate others on specific occasions, as well as how to call for help. Beginner's Polish skills are an advantage when it comes to this course.
What kind of holidays and traditions are there in Poland, and how are they celebrated? Accompany a Polish-American couple, Hanna and Mariusz, throughout the year. Be there when Hanna meets Mariusz's mother during a Name Day celebration. Experience Polish Easter and the wet and wild Polish holiday Śmigus-Dyngus. Find out more about Polish customs along with Hanna as she discovers more about Mariusz and his family. And attend a Polish wedding – whose wedding it is, however, we won't reveal just yet…
You have a vacation in Poland coming up? You want to see Warsaw and Cracow and also admire the Baltic Sea at Gdańsk? Here you'll quickly learn the most important expressions and sentences to get by when you are there.
How do you pronounce for example "y", "ó", "ą", "ę", "eu" and "au"? This course will guide you through the rules for pronouncing vowels in Polish.
What is the difference in pronunciation between “s” and “z”? And how do you pronounce "ś" and "ć"? This course will guide you through the rules for pronouncing consonants in Polish.
Learn a few basic spelling rules. Practice Polish spelling for consonant clusters with "z", writing soft consonants, when to use the upper case versus the lower case, and much more.
Here you'll be introduced to some "true friends" - words which sound similar in English and Polish and share the same meaning. This will make it a lot easier for you to learn the somewhat complicated Polish letter combinations in an effective and hopefully painless way.
Here you'll learn false friends: English words that look or sound similar to Polish words - but have a completely different meaning! Be careful, they can be confusing!
What do Polish native speakers mean when they go to their heads to get reason, brew someone beer, or release paint? And what does it mean when something's been taken from the moon? Here you'll learn some idioms and how they're used.