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spring1
Thursday 04th of January 2007 05:34:24 PM
people who would like to learn Polish: Hi
I am a native speaker of Polish, so I know the language really well. Moreover, I am a professional teacher with pedagogical skills. Currently, I live in Poland but I am thinking of leaving. I’ve been teaching English for many years. I have also taught Polish.

If there are people who would like to learn Polish effectively I might think of some ways of teaching you via the Internet using for instance emails, chatrooms or Skype. I could also try to find some useful exercises, books and CDs for people learning Polish.

Polish is a difficult language, but if you are really willing to learn it, there shouldn’t be many problems providing you have clear explanation of grammar and you study systematically.

Agnieszka



Thornbird
Friday 05th of January 2007 02:27:38 AM
Learning Polish: Hi. I saw your posting on this website. Only stumbled across the site today and still not sure how it works, but any help in learning polish would be great. I have downloaded a few free learning packages from the web and have a cd but like everyone, time is limited. Have only been trying to learn for about 3 weeks, 3 or 4 hours a week so am really a complete beginner.


annak
Friday 05th of January 2007 04:32:50 AM
Czesc Agnieszka! I wish to learn Polish and if you would like to teach me, please send me a message through PB and I'll send you my email. I communicate through email, Skype (I don't have a mic though) and MSN.

I'm a total beginner.

Anna


krytonite
Friday 06th of July 2007 01:25:53 AM
I would love for you to teach me Polish.! My e-mail is


Elamelka1981
Sunday 04th of May 2008 01:47:40 AM
Hi everyone!

Polish native speaker here. I can teach you Polish (using e-mails and simple audio recordings) no matter if you are 10 or 100, so if you're interested, just let me know.

Elka

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