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Metodology : What do the lessons look like?

During our Polish online lessons we mostly focus on speaking and listening. We practice everyday phrases and vocabulary. We put ourselves in real situations like shopping, renting a flat, or talking to your Polish friends. I believe good preparation for a class is crucial. For that reason, you get study materials before each Polish lesson. I want you to study vocabulary and phrases which we later use in the class. It’s really important as we don’t need to devote our time to learning new words but we rather focus on using them in the context.

Study materials are for free and you can download the files before each lesson.


Technology : What equipment do I need?

It’s really simple. You just need a computer with the internet connection (the fastest streaming the better), a microphone, loudspeakers, and a camera.  You might consider using headphones to hear better and not to be distracted by the outer noise. A microphone that you use can go with your headphones or be built in your laptop. It really doesn’t matter as far as we can see and hear each other. Test your equipment before each lesson. We use Google Meet platform but you don’t need to create any account. You will always get a link to our meeting which you just click on and it takes you to our class. 

Each Polish lesson lasts 60 min. 

Group size: How many people are in the online class?

During our trial lesson the number of students is unlimited. However, later during the entire course groups are of 5 students max

Level and content: What are the levels? What are the lessons about?

Each lesson has a main topic you can see on the list published every month (lesson planner for every month). 

At the moment I offer lessons for A1 level but if some of you are interested in lessons on a higher level, please let me know. If there are more of you, I will open a new group. A1 level students are not total beginners. They already know some basic phrases but can’t really construct a lot of sentences or speak fluently. They understand some basic texts but can’t read websites, news, or even elaborate messages from their Polish friends. They lack vocabulary in most situations and understand Polish only if someone speaks very slowly and says 1 or 2 simple senteces. If you’re one of these students this course is probably for you. I always check the level of my students before the course so they can feel comfortable in their groups.

Each Polish class has a topic you can check in the lesson planner. 

Frequency: How often should I take the classes?

Our group classes are twice a week. From my 7-year-Polish-tutor experience, I can say that I  see the best effect when my students take classes twice a week. I don’t say it because I only want you to take more classes with me (of course I do want to teach you many classes), but most of all I share my personal observation as I care about you as a student. It is like going to a gym. When can you achieve better results – when you go to the gym once or twice a week (or even more)? I think the answer is obvious. This course is for students with strong motivation who want to achieve fast and good results.


Magdalena Trawińska-Krawiec

Your Polish tutor

“Group classes are a great option for all students who look for an efficient and economical way of learning a language. Conversation in small groups help my students break the ice, gain more confidence talking to different people and let them put all they’ve learnt into practice.”




  • 8 lessons a month paid in advance
  • a month subscription you can cancel any time
  • 7-day-trail period (if you don’t like your lessons will give you your money back)
  • for a class (60 minutes)
  • study materials for free
  • 10% discount for your future lessons if you recommend the course to your friends and 3 of them enroll.