You can get an easy introduction to Polish or just consolidate your basic knowledge with the beginner’s course. Following the course step-by-step you can quickly gain an understanding of the most important ideas, and you can learn up to Level A1/A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. In each of the Beginner’s Courses, one of the seven cases in Polish is introduced and the previous cases are strengthened.
The starting point to make yourself understood: learn how to greet people in Polish and introduce yourself, ask others how they are and where they come from and tell them how you are and where you come from. Learn the names of some typical Polish dishes and how to order food and drinks. You'll be led step by step through vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation. The course is based on Level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Here you will learn the nominative case.
The next steps: talk about nationality and family, and say what your job is. Learn how to shop at the market, how to dictate your phone number and how to describe the character of other people. The course is based on vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation at the A1 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. In this course you will learn the instrumental case.
With Beginner's Course 3, you will expand your vocabulary in various different topics such as language proficiency, age, eating habits and clothes. In the dialogues you will learn the practical application and rules of Polish in many different everyday situations. This course is based on level A1 of the Commom European Framework of Reference for Languages, and here the accusative case is introduced.
In Beginner's Course 4 you'll learn how to navigate different kinds of conversations: small talk, describing the weather, plans for the week, specifying colours, and exchanging technical equipment. You'll learn all the verbal expressions, grammar and pronunciation necessary to reach an A1/A2 level corresponding to the Commom European Framework of Reference for Languages. The emphasis of this course is on the genitive case.
In Beginner's Course 5, you'll expand your Polish vocabulary on topics such as city life, travel, and free time. You'll learn how to make your way around the city, describe your flat, refer to taking public transport, tell time, and explain what you do in your free time. The language and grammar in this course correspond to an A1/A2 level corresponding to the Commom European Framework of Reference for Languages. The locative case is also introduced in this course.