Polish dialogue : Introductions

I am planning to create a Polish language video course for beginners but since it is taking a lot of time and I still want to publish regularly on the website, I decided to put a few bits from the course online to keep it updated. The course is not going to be expensive but if somebody doesn’t want to spend money, he or she will still be able to learn some Polish.

This is the first dialogue from second lesson of the course. It is a short dialogue that will teach you how to introduce yourself in Polish. Here it is in Polish and below in English. I will also provide an audio, if you want to listen please click on the play button.

Polish

Play audio

Cześć, jak masz na imię?
Mam na imię Pablo, a ty?
Ja mam na imię Tomek. Skąd jesteś Pablo?
Jestem z Hiszpanii.
A co robisz w Polsce?
Jestem w Polsce na wakacjach i odwiedzam rodzinę.
Czym się zajmujesz?
Jeszcze nie pracuję. Jestem studentem i studiuję informatykę.
A co robisz w wolnym czasie?
Lubię sport. Lubię też grać w gry wideo.
Miło było cię poznać. Cześć!

English

Hi, what is your name?
My name is Pablo, and what is yours?
My name is Tomek. Where are you from Pablo?
I am from Spain.
What do you do in Poland?
I am in Poland on vacation and I visit my family.
What do you do?
I do not work yet. I am a student and I study IT.
And what do you do in your spare time?
I like sport. I also like to play video games.
It was nice to meet you. Bye!

Polish useful phrases

Jak masz na imię? Play audio
What is your name? (informal)
Mam na imię … Play audio
My name is…
Skąd jesteś? Play audio
Where are you from? (informal)
Jestem z … (Polski / Anglii / Francji / Włoch / Niemiec / Portugalii / Szwecji / USA). Play audio
I am from… (Poland / England / France / Italy / Germany / Portugal / Sweden / United States).
Co robisz w wolnym czasie? Play audio
What do you do in your spare time?
Lubię … (czytać książki / oglądać telewizję / chodzić do kina / pływać / słuchać muzyki / grać w szachy / grać w gry komputerowe). Play audio
I like … (to read books / to watch TV / to go to the cinema / to swim / to listen to music / to play chess / to play video games).


I hope you have found it useful, I will try to put some more easy dialogues in Polish soon so stay tuned. Please let me know if you have any questions.

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