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50-138 Wrocław
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Survival Polish

  • Are you a beginner who just arrived in Wrocław and want to learn how to survive daily life conversation in polish?
  • Are you not really interested in learning grammar or completing a long term course?
  • Do you want to roughly understand what people in public places may say to you?
  • Do you want to be able to greet someone and give personal information about yourself?

Then Survival Polish  course is the ideal course for you!

What can I expect from this course?

Topic based lessons

Every lesson you take will be based on a specific topic or theme. The language skills and grammar are taught within a topic framework which is designed to help you apply everything you have learned in a natural way. Simply put, you will learn the correct Polish for the correct situation  

The following are examples of topics that could be covered during this course:
• Introducing yourself and others, counting, spelling
• Public transport: traveling by tram, bus, train, plane
• Understanding information boards in public places
• Shopping for clothes, food, cosmetics, medicines, etc.
• Services (hairdresser, beauty salon , health centre, bank, fitness club)
• Emergencies (leaking taps, flooded flat, electricity outages)
• Art and entertainment (cafes, restaurants, welcoming guests, making new acquaintances and striking up new
friendships, sightseeing of the town and nearby places)

You select the number of topics

We want to make learning fun and easy for you! We will teach you only what you need and want to know. You select the number of topics you are interested in and we will provide it to you in an easy and interesting way. You can expect to receive in-house scripts covering each topic, the required vocabulary and other exercises related to that certain situation.

Learn by doing

At LINK we believe in class participation. You can expect to actively take part in lessons so that you can learn by doing; there will not be a moment when you are not directly involved in an activity or working on one of the four skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking).