I have been living in Poland since a few years already. At first I was sure that I would stay in that country just for a while. I came here for a study exchange and wasn’t interested in learning Polish language. But after a while I met an awesome girl and I just fell in love.
Certainly, she knew English but her parents and many of colleagues had no interest in using the foreign language (polish courses poznan
). All of them kept on repeating that after so long time in Poland, I should start learning the language. I need to to confess that they were right. I can’t expect everybody to speak English. I had to fight this laziness. In consequence, I made up my mind that I wold sign up polish course warsaw.
Nevertheless, when I was searching for polish course warsaw, I found that quite difficult to make a decision. Why? Because I found a lot of of different courses and tutors. Unluckily, it took me some time before I found the proper teacher and the method. I hope my short history will be helpful in your language journey.
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To start with, I chose a language school. That could have been my fault as I didn’t ask how many people are going to be in my group. So, I ended up in a huge group. That was busy, crowded and awkward. Just some of participants had time to speak up during conversations. Unluckily, I had to quit (Read about us Po Polsku).
Later, I found a private tutor. But she was too focused on grammar. I couldn’t even say basic sentences but she wanted to teach me an advanced grammar. I didn’t like this and I wouldn’t suggest this to you neither. Start speaking. Even if this is not grammatically correct. You will understand grammatical nuances later.