Learn Polish at Brisbane Polish School! We open new Polish courses at the beginning of each term. All levels include reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. The emphasis is on SPEAKING. Students can practice their conversation skills from the first class thanks to carefully designed exercises including language games, quizzes and role-plays.

See the progress of our Level 1 students after just 10 lessons!

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→Sign up for the new course now!

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Prerequisites

Level Beginners: None. The course is suitable for complete beginners.

Level Intermediate: 15 hours of recent Polish tuition or equivalent.

Level Advanced: 30 hours of recent Polish tuition or equivalent.

Duration

15 hours per level (10 x 1.5 hr classes)

Calendar

Polish Level Beginners: Thursdays 6.30-8pm (14 Nov 2019 – 30 Jan 2020)

Polish Level Intermediate: Wednesdays 6.30-8pm (13 Nov 2019 – 29 Jan 2020)

Polish Level Advanced 2.0: Tuesdays 6.30-8pm (12 Nov 2019- 28 Jan 2020)

Course fee

$260 per term (which is ONLY $17.40 per hour! – min. 5 students). Price includes learning materials and FREE parking.

Topics

Level

TopicClass content

Key vocabulary and grammar

BeginnersNice to meet you!

Classroom expressions

Exchanging greetings and introductions

  • Polish alphabet
  • Formal vs. Informal Polish
  • Conjugations (-m, -sz, -ę, -isz, -ysz)
  • Pronouns
  • Verbs być, mieć, mieszkać
  • Numbers 1-20
  • Negative and confirming questions/sentences
  • Colours
Countries and nationalities

Enquiring about nationality

Describing people

People

Talking about one’s occupation

Enquiring about things and people (What is this? Who is this?)

FamilyDescribing one’s family
IntermediateFree time activities

Talking about leisure activities

Expressing preferences

  • Using basic modal verbs
  • Introduction to adverbs
  • Verbs jeść, pić, interesować się, lubić, iść, myć się, spać, musieć, pracować
  • Numbers 21-100
  • Days of the week
  • Asking/telling time
At a restaurant

Ordering food at a restaurant

Talking about food preferences

Names of meals and drinks

My daily routineTalking about one’s daily routine
At the cinema

Arranging meetings, making phone calls

Going out

Advanced 1.0Shopping

Requesting a product

Expressing likes/dislikes

Compliments

Asking about price

  • Past tense: introduction
  • Verbs iść, móc, jeść & verbs ending -eć in past tense
  • Numbers 100-1000
  • Ordinals 1-24
  • Future tense: introduction
Last yearTalking about past events
Making plansPlanning events and expressing wishes
Where are you?

Describing locations

Enquiring about directions

Expressing opinion

Advanced 2.0Hobbies and leisure activities

Talking about leisure activities

Expressing preferences

  • Verbs:grać, słuchać, jeździć  biegać, pływać, robić zakupy
  • Past tense: introduction
  • Verbs iść, móc, jeść & verbs ending -eć in past tense
  • Instrumental case: introduction
  • Ordinals 1-24
  • Genitive case: introduction
  • Future tense
  • Possessive pronouns: mój, moja, moje, twój, twoja, twoje
Shopping

Talking about amounts, measures and packages

Requesting help

At the post office

Travelling

Talking about past events

Learning about Kraków

Means of transport

Where are you?

Describing locations

Enquiring about directions

Expressing opinion

Family

Taking about typical Polish family

Expressing ownership

[:en]Learn Polish at Brisbane Polish School! We open new Polish courses at the beginning of each term. All levels include reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. The emphasis is on SPEAKING. Students can practice their conversation skills from the first class thanks to carefully designed exercises including language games, quizzes and role-plays.

See the progress of our Level 1 students after just 10 lessons!

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→ Sign up for the new course now!

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Prerequisites

Level Beginners: None. The course is suitable for complete beginners.

Level Intermediate: 15 hours of recent Polish tuition or equivalent.

Level Advanced: 30 hours of recent Polish tuition or equivalent.

Duration

15 hours per level (10 x 1.5 hr classes)

Calendar

Polish Level Beginners: Thursdays 6.30-8pm (14 Nov 2019 – 30 Jan 2020)

Polish Level Intermediate: Wednesdays 6.30-8pm (13 Nov 2019 – 29 Jan 2020)

Polish Level Advanced 2.0: Tuesdays 6.30-8pm (12 Nov 2019- 28 Jan 2020)

Course fee

$260 per term (which is ONLY $17.40 per hour! – min. 5 students). Price includes learning materials and FREE parking.

Topics

Beginners

Level

TopicClass content

Key vocabulary and grammar

BeginnersNice to meet you!

Classroom expressions

Exchanging greetings and introductions

  • Polish alphabet
  • Formal vs. Informal Polish
  • Conjugations (-m, -sz, -ę, -isz, -ysz)
  • Pronouns
  • Verbs być, mieć, mieszkać
  • Numbers 1-20
  • Negative and confirming questions/sentences
  • Colours
Countries and nationalities

Enquiring about nationality

Describing people

People

Talking about one’s occupation

Enquiring about things and people (What is this? Who is this?)

FamilyDescribing one’s family
IntermediateFree time activities

Talking about leisure activities

Expressing preferences

  • Using basic modal verbs
  • Introduction to adverbs
  • Verbs jeść, pić, interesować się, lubić, iść, myć się, spać, musieć, pracować
  • Numbers 21-100
  • Days of the week
  • Asking/telling time
At a restaurant

Ordering food at a restaurant

Talking about food preferences

Names of meals and drinks

My daily routineTalking about one’s daily routine
At the cinema

Arranging meetings, making phone calls

Going out

Advanced 1.0Shopping

Requesting a product

Expressing likes/dislikes

Compliments

Asking about price

  • Past tense: introduction
  • Verbs iść, móc, jeść & verbs ending -eć in past tense
  • Numbers 100-1000
  • Ordinals 1-24
  • Future tense: introduction
Last yearTalking about past events
Making plansPlanning events and expressing wishes
Where are you?

Describing locations

Enquiring about directions

Expressing opinion

Advanced 2.0Hobbies and leisure activities

Talking about leisure activities

Expressing preferences

  • Verbs:grać, słuchać, jeździć  biegać, pływać, robić zakupy
  • Past tense: introduction
  • Verbs iść, móc, jeść & verbs ending -eć in past tense
  • Instrumental case: introduction
  • Ordinals 1-24
  • Genitive case: introduction
  • Future tense
  • Possessive pronouns: mój, moja, moje, twój, twoja, twoje
Shopping

Talking about amounts, measures and packages

Requesting help

At the post office

Travelling

Talking about past events

Learning about Kraków

Means of transport

Where are you?

Describing locations

Enquiring about directions

Expressing opinion

Family

Taking about typical Polish family

Expressing ownership