Polish Courses Online
Polish Beginner Course.
Tuesday evenings (7-8.30pm)
for complete beginners (A1)
Polish Pre-Intermediate Course.
Thursday evenings (7-8.30pm)
12-week course: £130
Courses start week commencing 13th September 2021.
These are live, interactive classes with a small group (4-10 students). The teacher presents and shares lesson content, then you have the opportunity to practise the language with both the teacher and fellow students in fun ways.
A1 : Beginner – this course is designed for people with no previous experience of learning Polish, a complete beginner’s course.
A1.2: Beginner 2 – this is the continuation course of the beginner course. Students have studied some Polish before.
*Course Content – typical areas of focus are:
Beginner Download example syllabus
Topics: Introductions, greetings, numbers/days/months, alphabet & sounds, jobs, family, food & drink, body, clothes, colours, daily routines.
Grammar: Simple verbs, singular and plural, prepositions, adjectives, present, progressive and future tense.
Beginner 2 Download example syllabus
Topics: Revision of beginner topics, introducing new vocabulary through texts.
Grammar: Introduction of future and past tenses.
*Please note, course content will vary depending on course teacher and course book content.
No refunds are given for classes not attended once a course has begun (Courses can be cancelled and refunded up to 5 days before their start)
Polish is necessary if you want to visit Poland or to communicate with Polish people living in the UK in their native language. The Polish language helps us to understand the Polish and Eastern European culture better and to stretch our cognitive abilities. We aim to help you to learn Polish in an informal, comfortable environment. Our experienced and qualified teachers are friendly and highly skilled. You will learn by listening to audio excerpts, watching short video clips, reading interesting stories and articles. You will learn grammar through practice exercises, both written and spoken. Phrases are introduced and students are encouraged to practise by speaking in small groups. By the end of a beginner’s course, you will be able to communicate in Polish using simple phrases and sentences.
I have taught personal development in my home country of Poland from 2000 to 2011. Now I have been an education lecturer at Polish University in London from 2011, as well as working in primary schools. I have been teaching Polish as a foreign language for 2 years. I approach learning with a sense of fun and adventure, using modern interactive methods.