Learn Polish Webinar | This time we focus on Polish words that non-native speakers often find very difficult to pronounce. To compile this list I asked my followers on Facebook which words they found the most difficult to say in Polish. Lista webinarów
Today we have another Polish listening exercise. I want to draw your attention to three Polish expressions: – doić kogoś – szwendać się – wypruwać flaki
This time we will watch the second part of scene about the man who wanted to have son. I think it’s a kind of funny, and there are some interesting expressions like: – mącić w głowie – czepiać się – przesadzać – przekabacić
This time we will listen to funny dialog taken from series “Szpital”. Please try to understand as much as you can, then listen to my explanation, read transcription, and listen to the dialog again. this way you will learn new vocabulary and improve your Polish listening skill.
This is the last scene from our mini-series “Trudne Sprawy”. This time you will learn how to use Polish expressions: – daruj sobie – muszę lecieć
Learn Polish from stories – This time I invite you to watch the sunrise on the lake. It was an amazing spectacle of nature.
This is replay of live Learn Polish Webinar. This time I explain how to take the Polish level test for foreigners. This test is taken from website: https://www.ka.edu.pl Lista webinarów
Learn Polish from stories – I invite you to the Herring Museum which is located in the village of Starkowo in Pomerania. This village is located near Ustka and Słupsk.
In this scene from Polish series “Trudne Sprawy” you will learn how to use Polish expressions: – bagatelizować – szarżować – siać panikę
‘W’ Hour was the codename for the date and time that began Warsaw Uprising. The exact time was 5:00 p.m., 1 August 1944. Now, every year, exact on ‘W’ Hour we are giving honor to heroes. Please watch how it looks like in Warsaw.