• Telling the time, making an appointment, naming the times of day, and talking about holiday plans

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    Review of the numbers 1-12

    the numbers 1-12

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    Która godzina? Part 1

    the masculine forms of the ordinal numbers 1-6 the use of ordinal numbers with nouns

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    Która godzina? Part 2

    the feminine forms of the ordinal numbers 7-12 to ask for the time to tell the time with full hours the question word "który" (which)

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    Która godzina? Review

    the vocabulary of the last two lessons the time with full hours the question word "który"

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    Masz czas o wpół do ósmej? Part 1

    how to tell time using "o" {at} how to say that you fancy and have the time for something – and how to say you don't

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    Masz czas o wpół do ósmej? Part 2

    a few more informal ways to say goodbye telling the time using half hours

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    The verbs "iść" and "pójść"

    the forms of "iść" und "pójść" (to go)

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    Masz czas o wpół do ósmej? Part 3

    verbs relating to free time the aspect of verbs

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    Masz czas o wpół do ósmej? Review

    the vocabulary of the last lessons telling time with "o" using full and half hours verbal aspects

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    Dokąd jedziemy na wakacje? Part 1

    times of the day the forms of "jechać" and "pojechać" (to drive)

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    Dokąd jedziemy na wakacje? Part 2

    travel phrases the genitive case after "do" (to) and "z"/"ze" (from) place names that end with -"ia" and -"ja" in the genitive and locative case

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    Dokąd jedziemy na wakacje? Review

    the vocabulary of the last lessons "jechać" and "pojechać" the genitive for place names that end with -"ia" and -"ja"

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    The preposition "z"/"ze"

    how to use "z"/"ze" in the sense of "with" how to use "z"/"ze" in the sense of "from"

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