• In Beginner's Course 4 you'll learn how to navigate different kinds of conversations: small talk, describing the weather, plans for the week, specifying colors, and exchanging technical equipment. You'll learn all the verbal expressions, grammar, and pronunciation necessary to obtain a beginner/upper beginner level of Polish language skills. The emphasis of this course is on the genitive case.

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    Jutro będzie ładnie. Part 1

    The weather will be beautiful tomorrow.

    Here you'll learn: a few words that refer to the future - the future forms of być (to be)

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    Jutro będzie ładnie. Part 2

    The weather will be beautiful tomorrow.

    Here you'll learn: how to talk about the weather - how to form adverbs

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    Jutro będzie ładnie. Review

    The weather will be beautiful tomorrow.

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary of the last two lessons - the future forms of być (to be) - how to form adverbs

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    Sound changes in adverbs

    that most hard consonants are softened with i - that r changes to rz and ł changes to l

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    Co słychać? Part 1

    What's up?

    Here you'll learn: how to refer to female friends - the verb nazywać się (to be called)

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    Co słychać? Part 2

    What's up?

    Here you'll learn: how to refer to male friends - the personal form - demonstrative and possessive pronouns for the personal form

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    Co słychać? Review

    What's up?

    Here you'll review: vocabulary of the last two lessons - the a verb group - demonstrative and possessive pronouns for nouns that take the virile form

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    Sound changes in virile adjectives

    Here you'll learn: that sz and ch become si - that ty becomes ci - that ry becomes rzy - that gi becomes dzy - that ki becomes cy

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    Jakie masz plany na weekend? Part 1

    What are your plans for the weekend?

    Here you'll learn: days of the week - how to express demonstrative pronouns in the accusative case

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    Jakie masz plany na weekend? Part 2

    What are your plans for the weekend?

    Here you'll learn: how to talk about plans for the week - the compound future

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    Jakie masz plany na weekend? Review

    What are your plans for the weekend?

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary of the last two lessons - how to express demonstrative pronouns in the accusative case - the compound future

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    The prepositions "w"/"we" and "z"/"ze"

    Here you'll learn: when to use the preposition w and when to use we - when to use the preposition z and when to use ze

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    Czy to dla mnie? Part 1

    Is that for me?

    Here you'll learn: a few primary colors - how to express personal pronouns in the genitive case

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    Czy to dla mnie? Part 2

    Is that for me?

    Here you'll learn: phrases about presents - how to express animate nouns in the genitive case - forms of the interrogative pronoun czyj (whose)

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    Czy to dla mnie? Review

    Is that for me?

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary of the last two lessons - forms of the interrogative pronoun czyj (whose) - how to express personal pronouns in the genitive case - how to express animate nouns in the genitive case

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    Sound changes for feminine nouns in the genitive case

    Here you'll learn: when feminine nouns take on the ending -y in the genitive case, and when they take on the ending -i

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    Nie ma już cukru. Part 1

    There is no sugar left.

    Here you'll learn: a few seasonings - how to express masculine inanimate nouns in the genitive case

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    Nie ma już cukru. Part 2

    There is no sugar left.

    Here you'll learn: phrases with jest - nie ma (there is - there is no) - how to use the genitive in negating sentences - accompanying words in the genitive case

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    Nie ma już cukru. Review

    There is no sugar left.

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary of the last two lessons - how to form masculine inanimate nouns in the genitive case - accompanying determinants in the genitive case - how to use the genitive after nie ma (there is no)

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    Sound changes for vowels

    Here you'll learn: when ó becomes o - when ą becomes ę

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    Mam nowego laptopa. Part 1

    I have a new laptop.

    Here you'll learn: a few words related to new technology - the various forms of the demonstrative pronoun tamten (that)

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    Mam nowego laptopa. Part 2

    I have a new laptop.

    Here you'll learn: phrases about new technology - animate and inaminate words in the accusative case

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    Mam nowego laptopa. Review

    I have a new laptop.

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary of the last two lessons - the various forms of the demonstrative pronoun tamten - animate and inaminate terms in the accusative case

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    The floating "e"

    Here you'll learn: when the e or ie between consonants disappears

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    Nie lubię tej książki. Part 1

    I don't like this book.

    Here you'll learn: vocabulary related to culture and music - more about how to use the accusative and genitive cases

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    Nie lubię tej książki. Part 2

    I don't like this book.

    Here you'll learn: the different forms of chcieć (to want) - how to say what you want and what you don't want

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    Nie lubię tej książki. Review

    I don't like this book.

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary of the last two lessons - the different forms of chcieć (to want) - how to use the accusative and genitive cases

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