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I am a native speaker and a professional teacher of the Polish language. I provide individual and small group Polish courses in Warsaw, meeting with my students in places of their choice (usually in their homes or offices). I teach also online using Skype and e-polish.eu platform. (Here you can find more details, including up to date information on when I’m available. Please contact me directly if you encounter any problem with the platform, the translation is still in progress).

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I am also an admin of a bilingual Facebook page Polish language – more info, you can read latest posts below:

polishmoreinfo
29th of October 2018 09:46 PM
Serio, serio - "adidasy" to w Polsce synonim dla "buty sportowe" 🙂
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polishmoreinfo
13th of October 2018 10:45 AM
Warm weekends like this are perfect for GRZYBOBRANIE (mushroom picking) - a popular autumn pastime in Poland. The collected GRZYBY (mushrooms) can be later used to make ZUPA GRZYBOWA (mushroom soup), SOS GRZYBOWY (mushroom sauce), GRZYBY MARYNOWANE (pickled mushrooms) and may other delicious dishes.

However, if you ever go NA GRZYBY, you should only pick the young ones, since STARE GRZYBY (old mushrooms) are not really tasty (and the phrase is sometimes used to insult elderly men ;)).
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polishmoreinfo
25th of September 2018 09:48 PM
In Poland, if you see the word "wafelki" it means wafers (crispy). The actual (soft) waffles are called "gofry" here. The former came to Polish language from German, the latter from French. Are you team GOFRY or team WAFELKI?
polishmoreinfo
20th of August 2018 10:11 PM
Nawet Polakom ciężko byłoby wymówić "szł" bez towarzystwa samogłosek. #koniugacja #iść #czas_przeszły
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polishmoreinfo
22nd of July 2018 04:00 PM
Coś do poczytania na poziomie B2. A jakie specyficzne memy funkcjonują w Waszych krajach?
polishmoreinfo
19th of July 2018 07:28 PM
"Do not honk the horn! We do what we can...". What's getting lost in translation? The somewhat vernacular feel that comes with the "robim" and "możem" forms (the standard ones are of course "robimy" and "możemy").
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polishmoreinfo
19th of July 2018 12:04 PM
How can a Polish "no" mean "yes"? And a bunch of other words deceptively similiar to English...
polishmoreinfo
28th of August 2017 04:17 PM
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23rd of June 2017 02:12 PM
polishmoreinfo
22nd of June 2017 11:14 PM
Próbowaliście?
Have you ever tried those?
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polishmoreinfo
9th of June 2017 12:49 PM
Chcecie wiedzieć, jak pozytywnie reagują Polacy, kiedy ktoś się stara mówić po polsku? Posłuchajcie tego youtubera (link w komentarzu), który po publikacji pierwszego filmiku po naszemu zyskał ponad 1000 subskrybentów! Poczytajcie też komentarze!
polishmoreinfo
27th of May 2017 06:55 AM
Most of this applies to Polish as well (if you replace "tu" with "ty" and "vous" with "pan/pani")!
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polishmoreinfo
12th of April 2017 09:00 AM
Do Wielkanocy zostało już tylko 5 dni! Te rzeczy znajdą się na stole podczas świątecznego śniadania. Jak to jest po polsku? Możesz sprawdzić, rozwiązując ten quiz :
http://LearningApps.org/watch?v=p9s2eosh217
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polishmoreinfo
12th of April 2017 08:31 AM
What do foreigners think of Polish food? (Żurek, chrzan, ogórki kiszone). With some thoughts on the Polish Easter celebrations. In English with Polish subtitles.
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Jak cudzoziemcom smakuje polskie jedzenie? (Żurek, chrzan, ogórki kiszone). Do tego kilka refleksji o polskiej Wielkanocy. Filmik po angielsku, z polskimi napisami.
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polishmoreinfo
22nd of February 2017 01:56 PM
Jutro tłusty czwartek - najlepsza okazja, żeby poćwiczyć wymowę "ą" w słowie "pączki". A co wyjdzie, jeśli wymówi się to źle? Można sprawdzić w filmiku załączonym w komentarzu poniżej.
polishmoreinfo
16th of February 2017 10:28 PM
A riddle: do you know what animal in Polish makes the same sound as frog in Italian?
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polishmoreinfo
1st of February 2017 10:45 AM
Ever wondered why do we have all those crazy names for countries? Like: "Włochy", when almost every other nation in Europe uses something at least related to the word "Italy"? Well, here's some explanation:
http://culture.pl/en/article/how-do-i-say-my-countrys-name-in-polish
polishmoreinfo
27th of January 2017 11:33 PM
polishmoreinfo
20th of January 2017 06:35 PM
Japanese man speaking Polish! An interview by Polish youtuber, Krzysztof Gonciarz based on questions from his audiance.
polishmoreinfo
17th of January 2017 09:05 PM
Event https://www.facebook.com/events/374612172892108/
Polish Film For Foreigners / Powidoki / Extra Screening / 24.01
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24th of January 2017 09:30 PM