Great success of our Polish language student from Newcastle

7 Jul

glossa-logoIMG_0240Congratulations to our student from The Language Centre in Newcastle, Francis O’Doherty, for winning one of the prizes in the competition of ‘Glossa’ Polish Language School in Krakow.

Francis wrote about his experiences with Poland, Polish people and Polish language. It’s very funny to read and I recommend it to everyone who wants to know why people might be interested in learning meanders of Polish grammar and words that are sometimes impossible to pronounce. It might motivate you to try to stick to it once you know few words.

http://kursyjezykapolskiego.pl/laureaci-konkursu-jezyka-polskiego-ja-a-polska

Gratulacje, Francis!

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3 Responses to “Great success of our Polish language student from Newcastle”

  1. beataaleksiejuk August 23, 2017 at 10:50 pm #

    Congratulations !
    If someone want to learn Polish I started language course in Youtube ( Beata Aleksiejuk – Language Channel) and in blog https://traveltomeetyourheart.wordpress.com/2017/08/19/learn-polish-lesson-5-days-of-the-week-months-seasons/
    I hope it can help for everybody who want to learn Polish ! 🙂

    • Danka Kudlacik October 17, 2017 at 8:41 am #

      I think your YT channel could be complimentary to my courses in Newcastle. Thanks for letting me know about it.

      • beataaleksiejuk October 17, 2017 at 12:21 pm #

        Ohhh sounds great ! 🙂 I am glad that you like my YT course. Your courses looks great also 😀 They give amazing opportunities for people who want to learn Polish and Poland 😀

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