Archive | Polish vocabulary

Learning new Polish vocabulary

New YouTube video with Polish audio. This time I talk about vocabulary and why it is important to enhance the process of memorising it. Basically, there are so many words to remember and we spend so much time in the process of doing so, that even small improvements can bring big benefits. Below you will […]

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Polish vocabulary : Work, jobs, professions

Welcome to another vocabulary lesson! I promise, I will write more about Polish grammar soon 🙂 This time I will teach you some some Polish words and expressions about working, jobs and professions. We will start with basic Polish sentence that can describe somebody’s job. I think the easiest way to do so is to […]

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Polish vocabulary : At the hotel

Today another Polish vocabulary lesson 🙂 This time we will learn words and phrases that can be useful when booking a hotel room or staying in a hotel in Poland. In our Polish dialogues section there is a lesson Booking a hotel room that you may also refer to. Polish vocabulary that can help to […]

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Polish text : We buy clothes

Today we will continue with our easy to read Polish texts about Kowalski family. I today’s lesson we will cover vocabulary and useful phrases about shopping. To be more specific, Tomek i Monika need and will try to buy some clothes. Kupujemy ubrania | We buy some clothes Play audio Tomek zupełnie nie zna się […]

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Polish vocabulary : Hobbies and pastimes

Today we will learn some useful Polish words and expressions that will allow us to talk about our hobbies and pastimes. This is very likely topic in conversation 🙂 We all love to talk about things we do and are passionate about. We are also interested in what other people do and once we know […]

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Greetings in Polish language

Today a short post about greetings in Polish. Before we have a closer look at them we need to discuss an important aspect of the language, the difference between formal and informal expression. Basically, Polish (like French) speakers would use specific ways of addressing people depending on if we know them. If they greet family […]

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