Live lesson online:

How to wish, congratulate and thank in Polish?

Jak składać po polsku życzenia, gratulacje i podziękowania?


Wednesday, December 8, at 7.30 PM CET

Magda Trawińska

Do you have family or friends in Poland and you want to surprise them by expressing greetings to them in Polish?

Sign up for a free online Polish live lesson, during which you will learn, among other things: what to say when someone has a baby, what to write on a wedding card or how to wish someone happy birthday.

There are many ways to wish, congratulate and thank in the Polish language and it is worth practicing them to impress your Polish friends and family the next time.

Why is it worth being live?

  • You will learn very useful phrases that you can immediately use when talking to Polish friends and family.
  • You will put these phrases into practice. Our webinar will be an interactive lesson, so that you can practice all the most important expressions with me.
  • For those who participate in the live lesson I will provide a free PDF with a list of the phrases that we will discuss.
  • You will discover how to learn Polish effectively and you will hear about my proposal for an exciting and innovative learning method that is a combination of self-study and working with a personal teacher.



Who is your teacher?

Cześć! Hi, I am Magda and I am a professional teacher with 7 years of experience in teaching Polish as a foreign language. I create my own materials for learning Polish, which I use both in group and individual lessons.

I decided to share some of these materials with you in our free online lesson to show you how I work and teach you some useful phrases. On the basis of these materials, I have created My Polish language course for beginners, which will be released in January 2022. Now you can join other students interested in this course and receive the latest information, as well as access to a free lesson soon.

Privately, I am a mother of a four-year-old boy and a wife. I live in the south of Poland, close to the border with the Czech Republic. I do yoga, ride a bike, and ski in winter. I’m learning French and Spanish. I love to travel and my last long trip was to Australia, from where I gave lessons for my students for 3 months.