Beginners Polish Course Outline
This Open Group Polish Course for Beginners is ideal for anyone who wants to have the first crack at the language in a diverse and fun environment. You will share the class with like-minded students from all around the world who have the same interest in learning Polish and who are at your same level of proficiency. Your teacher will start with the basics, like the alphabet (there are several new letters to learn) and how to introduce yourself, and little by little will guide you to more complex topics. By the end of the course, you will be able to use the language in many real-life situations, like filling in a form or asking for someone else’s email address. Sign up for this 10-class course today and boost your Polish proficiency!
You will learn greetings for different times of the day; to introduce yourself; the Polish alphabet; the pronunciation of vowels, consonants and words; to have a simple dialogue
You will learn to ask someone’s name; to ask where something is; common class expressions, such asplease repeat, please spell, I don’t understand, what does it mean?, etc; numbers 1-10
You will learn to give your address and telephone number; vocabulary related to countries and nationalities; to ask and say where somebody is from
You will learn to ask and answer how somebody is; personal pronouns; to use here and there; to address people; to conjugate the verb to be
You will learn to talk about different free time activities; to conjugate the verb to live, to play, to have, to understand and to be called; numbers 11-29
You will learn the names of the different languages; to conjugate the verbs to work and to study; to fill in a form with your information; to ask who somebody is
You will learn vocabulary related to objects in an office/classroom; to use what, who, this; to say what you have in your bag/purse; to give positive and negative answers
You will learn to ask simple questions; to describe objects; the gender of nouns (masculine, feminine, neuter) and their endings; to use adjectives
You will learn to introduce other people; the colours; to conjugate the verbs to speak, to think, to teach, to finish; to ask for somebody’s email address
You will learn to describe people; to use different adjectives; to ask and answer questions about someone else; to give your opinion; to use antonyms; words of foreign origin
* You do not need to buy a textbook to complete your course. Your teacher will share their materials (excerpts from textbooks, audio files, videos, etc.) with you during the classes using screenshare. Your teacher may also recommend other textbooks and grammar books to help supplement or continue your studies, but Language Trainers bears no responsibility for your decision to make such a purchase.
Our Polish Teachers
Maria is one of our most adventurous and multicultural Polish teachers. She spent her childhood and adolescence in Lublin, Poland, and then moved to the city of Poznan, where she got her Bachelor’s Degree in Sinology (Chinese Studies). Besides knowing Polish, her mother tongue, Maria is also fluent in English, Spanish and Chinese. She has even travelled throughout most of Europe and South Asia, and South America is next on her list. During her trips across China, Maria worked as a language teacher and a translator, which allowed her to get in touch with the local culture. Maria loves meeting new people and learning about new customs, and she always brings those aspects to class, which makes for a fun learning environment. If you would like to boost your Polish skills in an enriching setting with an energetic and caring native-speaking teacher, Maria will be a fantastic match for you!
Please note that Language Trainers has many highly qualified and experienced native language trainers who teach courses for us. Your specific teacher may be one of those profiled here on this page or may be a different, similarly qualified teacher.