Learn Polish Language for Beginners is designed to give you the skills to cope with situations you might find yourself in when visiting Poland. It's easy to learn and interactive. Perfect for people who want to visit Poland, or to start learn Polish language. It will give you basic knowledge and skills for speaking, writing, and listening in Polish.
Desing of this course is directed to remember and practice of the words and phrases.
You will hear dialogues between native speakers which help you to understand how to use word or phrase ind the conversation.
After most of the lectures, you can check what you've learned by taking quizzes.
Completing the Learn Polish Language for Beginners course will allow you to communicate in practical, common situations, and develop understanding of the Polish language.
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From A to Z Polish alphabet, including Polish signs: ą, ę, ć, ł, ó, ń, ź, ż.
Diphtongs: ch, cz, dz, dź, dzi , dż, rz, sz, ci, ni, si, zi
Informal way of greeting:
cześć (hello) - when you want to greet a friend or someone you know quite well
Formal way of greeting:
How to say "goodbye"?
Formal way - dowidzenia
Informal way - cześć (bye) ( this word has two meanings, depends on situation)
Lecture contains useful expressions like:
Nazywam się... (My name is...)
Jak się pan nazywa (What's your name?) - to a man
Jak się pani nazywa (What's your name?) - to a woman
Miło pana poznać (It's nice to meet you)
Lecture show you how to ask some particular question
Czy mówi pan po angielsku? ( Do you speak english?) to a man
Numbers from 1 to 99
Ordinal numbers from 1st to 19th.
Explanation why ordinal numbers follow gender of the noun.
Masculine gender end in "y"
Feminine gender end in "a"
Neuter gender end in "e"
Basic questions in Polish language like:
Co to jest? (What is it?)
Kto to jest? (Who is it?)
Jak długo? (How long?)
Jak się masz? (How are you?)
Word "czy" and it's meaning.
Explanations of possible directions which you could receive from people in Poland
Proszę skręcić w prawo (turn right)
Proszę skręcić w lewo (turn left)
Proszę iść prosto (go straight ahead)
Proszę zawrócić ( turn around)
Proszę iść tędy (go that way)
Numbers 100 and more
Helpful information about what you should say in the hotel, or what you may hear from a receptionist
Chciałbym się zameldować (I'd like to check in)
Poproszę jednoosobowy pokój na jedną noc (I'd like a single room for one night)
Poproszę dwuosobowy pokój na tydzień (I'd like a double room for one week)
Ordinal numbers 20 and more
Helpful information about what you should say at the airport, or what you may hear from customs officer
Mam coś do oclenia (I've something to declare)
Nie mam nic do oclenia (I've nothing to declare)
Gdzie jest odprawa paszportowa? (Where is passport controll?)
Gdzie jest odprawa celna? (Where is customs?)
Helpful information about what you should say at the train station, or what you may hear from a cashier
Poproszę bilet (I'd like a ticket please)
Z którego peronu? (Which platform?)
O której odjeżdża pociąg? (When does the train leave?)
Pierwsza klasa (First class)
Druga klasa (Second class)
Helpful information about what you should when renting a car
Chciałbym wynająć samochód (I´d like to rent a car, please)
Ile za dzień? (How much for a day?)
Szukam małego samochodu (I’m looking for a compact)
Szukam dużego samochodu (I’m looking for a full-size car)
Szukam średniego samochodu (I’m looking for a mid-size car)
Helpful information about how to get in the place you want, with a taxi or a bus
Gdzie jest przystanek autobusowy? (Where is the bus?)
Gdzie jest postój taksówek? (Where are the taxis?)
Proszę mnie zawieźć pod ten adress (Take me to this adress, please)
Ile kosztuje przejazd? (How much is the fare?)
Helpful information about what you should say when ordering a food
Poproszę herbatę (I'd like a tea, please)
Poproszę kawę (I'd like a coffee, please)
Wodę mineralną poproszę (I'd like a mineral water, please)
Poproszę rachunek (Could I have the bill, please?)
Helpful information about what you should say during shopping
Odzież męska (Men's clothes)
Odzież damska (Women's clothes)
Ile to kosztuje? (How much is it?)
Płacę kartą (I'd like to pay with a credit card)
Helpful information about what you should say at the liquor store
wolę (I prefer)
Poproszę litr (One liter, please)
Dwa litry poproszę (Two liters, please)
Poproszę pół litra (Half a litre, please)
Helpful information about what you should say when you are not feeling well
Boli mnie głowa (I've got a headache)
Jestem zmęczony (I'm tired)
Mam temeperaturę (I've got a temperature)
Źle się czuję (I'm not feeling well)
Helpful information about how to make an appointment with a doctor or a dentist
Chciałbym umówić się na wizytę u lekarza (I'd like to make an appointment with the doctor)
O której godzinie? (At what time?)
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