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).


I am also an admin of a bilingual Facebook page Polish language – more info, you can see some of the latest posts below.

25th of February 2018 06:11 PM
Have you ever been to Rzym, Wiedeń or Akwileja? Check twice, you might have. Here is an awesome map showing which names of cities in western Europe have official Polish translation.
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14th of February 2018 10:33 AM
11th of February 2018 11:31 AM
Te momenty, kiedy polski okazuje się absurdalnie łatwy...
7th of February 2018 12:54 PM
It's Fat Thursday tomorrow, be prepared! (In the article you can also find some info about prices of "pączki" in Warsaw and where to buy them).
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22nd of December 2017 06:51 PM
Have you heard that the custom of singing Christmas carols is still very much alive in Poland?
The most popular are the old and traditional ones, like “Cicha noc” (Polish version of “Silent Night”) but today I’d like to introduce you to a modern one.
“Uciekali (They were fleeing)" was originally a part of a musical called “Metro” (which has been very popular on Polish stages since its premiere in 1991), so it’s not typical church music, but at the same time it feels much closer to the core of Christmas celebration than an average seasonal pop hit.
The song was written as a gift from the main character to the girl he fell in love with. It focuses on the human aspect of the Nativity and describes the hardships of the Holy Family fleeing to Egypt in such a way that it’s easy to identify with them.
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21st of December 2017 11:11 PM
“Uciekali (They were fleeing)” - the modern Polish Christmas carol - with translation
6th of December 2017 12:17 PM
Oh, those Polish homonyms!

1. Przekładać = to move something from place to place (or from time to time, e.g. przekładać test).
2. Przekładać = to translate (especially literature).
3. Przekładać = to put something between parts of other thing (eg. przekładać ciasto kremem)

przekład = translation

and only that!

P.S. Stanisław Barańczak was an awesome translator (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanis%C5%82aw_Bara%C5%84czak)
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6th of October 2017 02:13 PM
Zamierzałam zaczekać z linkowaniem tego bloga, aż uda mi się stworzyć dłuższy post o obcokrajowcach piszących w internecie o Polsce, ale jest tak dowcipny i kreatywny i pełen wnikliwych obserwacji, że nie mogę się powstrzymać. Panie i Panowie, Polisher - polecam z całego serca!
4th of October 2017 09:35 PM
That's why Google Translate won't replace actual knowledge of Polish language very soon...

wydaje = in this context: gives, in other contexts*: seems
reszta = in this context: change, in other: what was left, other things, the rest

*it's actually a slightly different word: "wydaje _się_"
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6th of September 2017 08:49 AM
Respect to all the learners!
Szacun dla wszystkich, którzy się uczą!