This is replay of live webinar. This time I was talking about superstitions in Poland. I think it’s really interesting. In addition I said about Polish orthographic rules, for example, when we use ‘u’ and ‘ó’.
This time I want to tell you more about Polish traditions. Wigilia is a very special day here in Poland. I want to show how it looks like and you what we eat. This way you will learn Polish and a little about Polish culture at the same time. Download: VIP295-LearnPolishWebinar.mp3
In this webinar I want to show you how different is official Polish language from what we use every day. Recently I had to pay a fine for wrong parking, so I will show you how it looks like in Poland. I think it will be good Polish vocabulary lesson for you.
In this webinar I was telling you an interesting crime story in Polish. I explained some Polish vocabulary, especially you were interested how we use formal expressions with Pan/Pani in Polish. Thank you all for coming to this live webinar, I invite you to our next meeting.
Please watch the replay of live Polish webinar. This time I was talking about National Independence Day in Poland. I was trying to explain why we have more than one manifestation this day. I think it will be something interesting for you and this way I will help you learn Polish even faster.
This is reply of live Polish webinar in which I was talking about Halloween in Poland and about some other things. I’m sure that in this interesting way you will boost up your level of understanding Polish.
This is the reply of live Polish webinar. I was talking about some interesting stuff that we have here in Poland right now. Live Polish webinars are really great way to improve your daily Polish. I’m talking in Polish in a daily, normal, casual way like I talk normally every day.
This time we learn Polish through reading Order by Anton Czechow. It was the second webinar I was reading Czechow. First time I was reading Zemsta in Polish.
This time we were reading some interesting news from Poland. Reading materials for native Polish speakers is a great way to practice. Language we use in a real life is totally different that you can find in a textbook.
In this webinar we learn the imperative mood (tryb rozkazyjący) in Polish language. This grammatical mode is used to express commands, orders, requests, requests or desires. I’m giving you a lot of examples how to use imperative mood in Polish.