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Aug 15th, 2012 12:18 AM
Re: Tips for learning Polish?

Thanks guys for the advice. I've bookmarked your links and will look at them in my time off, and hopefully after time let you know how I get on
Aug 14th, 2012 02:46 PM
Re: Tips for learning Polish?

Hi, maybe check out these,,
You can find some very basic things there to start with. Anyway it's not easy to learn Polish on your own, the best way would be taking up a course. Here's a nice online free course

Good luck! (Powodzenia!)
Aug 14th, 2012 08:48 AM
Caipirinha Guy
Re: Tips for learning Polish?

Try this
Aug 14th, 2012 04:57 AM
Re: Tips for learning Polish?

There are 6 months long courses of Polish for foreigners in Cracow - nice place to live in
Aug 14th, 2012 01:26 AM
Tips for learning Polish?

Hi, I was wondering if any Poles could give some advice on learning your language I am jealous of most European countries who have their own language but also learn English as a standard.

I've studied French and German at high school but they never stuck with me. I would really love to learn Polish as a second language. There are a number of reasons for this.

On a personal level I would just love to be able to converse in a language other than my own. I do love English, but think we aren't as lucky as most other nations are bilingual, and English is so widely used we don't need to learn others, but I would like to I've studied English at degree level and do love it, but would like to learn Polish too.

Other reasons are I sometimes wear a 'Polska' t-shirt which was given to me by a family member who visited Krakow. I've been stopped numerous times in town if wearing it, and have been embarrassed not knowing how to respond.

So I would appreciate any advice or tips, as I can't afford expensive software to help at the moment. It is not urgent, but I would like to build some confidence on a basic level, before being in a better situation to perhaps take up a course at Uni.

So thanks widzenia

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