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Verbs of motion ​​​​​- explained 

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Do you want to speak about movement
in Polish in a comfortable, natural way?

Using verbs of movement is PAINFUL for all foreingners. 

You first struggle with „chodzić” and „iść”, then you need to add aspect, then there come verbs with prefixes like „przyjść”, „dojść”, „podejść”…

Can something be done with it? OF COURSE IT CAN!

I have created this course because a lot of my students struggle with expressing movement. This online course will guide you from basic verbs of movement to complicated and very specific verbs.

 

 

I’ve been teaching Polish professionally for the last 3 years and I can easily spot what are the main problems which stop you from making progress. 

I am also an active language learner. I speak English, Spanish, Czech and a bit of Arabic so I’ve testes plenty of learning methods. I was my own guinea pig and now I can share my knowledge with you. 

Is this course for you?

Imagine you want to tell your Polish friend about your travel to Asia. You flew there, you took a boat, you rode bicycles on a tiny island  and the only verb you can remember is iść.

Your friend wants to help you so he prompts you with all the verbs with prefixes changing the meaning like wyjść, pojechać, przypłynąć… .You get dizzy and frustrated… 

If you want to enjoy such conversations with friends, feel proud and satisfied with your progress – yes, this course is for you!

The good information is – it doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or advanced – the course has two levels.

In level 1 you’ll learn

🚀 differences between verbs chodzić – iść vs. jeździć – jechać (and other similar pairs)
🚀perfective verbs of movement
🚀different ways to say „to come” and „to bring”
🚀 prepositions used with verbs of movement
 
In level 2 you’ll learn (in Polish)
 
🚀 different ways to say „to come” and „to bring”
🚀 verbs of movement with prefixes – their meaning and use
🚀 lots of metaphorical and colloquial meanings of verbs of
movement
🚀 phrases with verbs of movement
 
(If you are not sure which level to choose, do the test here.)

What is in the course?

  • each module contains pdfs with charts, exercises and space for your notes
  • you also get the access to the interactive version of the exercises
  • each module has an assigned recording either in English for beginners or in Polish for intermediate and advanced students
  • buying the course you also get 30-minutes consultation on Skype with me to ask questions or just to chat about life in Polish

How should you use the course?

  1. Every day you will get an email with a link to a new lesson.
  2. Download the pdf , read the examples and listen to the recordings.
  3.  Write your own examples in the designed space (it will help you personalise the new content and it’s crucial)
  4.  Do all the exercises of each module (either fill them manually or do them interactively) 
  5. Take the recordings with you wherever you go to memorize it better!
  6. Go on holidays and talk about them in Polish for the whole next year! 

WHAT IS YOUR LEVEL?

BEGINNERS

AUDIO IN ENGLISH (without the Skype class)
15
99
  • 4 worksheets with charts and exercises
  • 3 recordings with lectures
  • 2 e-mail consultations
  • interactive exercises
  • Bonus video lesson

BEGINNERS

AUDIO IN ENGLISH
20
99
  • 3 worksheets with charts and exercises
  • 3 recordings with lectures
  • 2 e-mail consultations
  • 1 30-minutes Skype consultation
  • interactive exercises
  • Bonus video lesson

INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED

AUDIO IN POLISH (without the Skype class)
15
99
  • 4 worksheets with charts, drawings and exercises
  • 5 recordings with lectures, examples and listening exercises
  • interactive version of exercises
  • extra gift: "How to describe people with idioms" set of exercises

INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED

AUDIO IN POLISH
20
99
  • 4 worksheets with charts, drawings and exercises
  • 1 30-minutes Skype consultation
  • 5 recordings with lectures, examples and listening exercises
  • interactive version of exercises
  • extra gift: "How to describe people with idioms" set of exercises
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