Real Talks with Poles – Prawdziwe Rozmowy z Polakami
are short, spontaneous conversations with Poles who asnwer simple questions with natural Polish. Every talk is a lesson. There is an audio you can download and a PDF with explanations of different constructions, idioms, colloquial expressions my guests use. All instructions and comments are in English. There are also exercises for you to practice alone or with your teacher.
Lubisz podróżować? If so, I've got another lesson for you! This time I talked to Kuba who loves travelling especially to Middle East. He tells me about his last trip and what he especially like to do when travels. In this lesson you will learn some travelling vocabulary, 3 idioms and a colloquial expression. Everything is explained in English in the PDF below.
In this conversation I talk to Agnieszka about her daily routine during coronavirus time. The audio quality is not the best but what Agnieszka says is pretty easy so just treat it like an intended listening exercises. You have the transcript too so it will be easier!
Last Thursday I talked with Ania about her weekends. I must admit - I was a terrible interviewer. I started all my questions with "mhm..." and "a"! I didn't cut them out because the idea of this project are completely natural, spontaneous conversations so here you go! This time I added my comments in English at the end of the recording so you can learn without looking into the PDF.
In this episode I talk to my friend Dominika about her very cute dog Alef. Learn some pet related vocabulary and just listen to this completely natural, spontaneous conversation we had. In the document I prepared for you I explain to you some choice of words, some useful verbs and expressions you can apply to your daily Polish conversations!
Last week I called my friend Dominika, who lives in Kraków, and asked her a few basic questions about that city. Listen what she told me and check out the exercises and transcript. I explain some interesting words and phrases in it and you have a chance to understand 100% with the Vocabulary list.
Last week I called my mum, asked her about the weather and recorded it as part 1 of a new project "Real Talks with Poles", czyli "Prawdziwe rozmowy z Polakami". We don't speak super slow here and my mum is not choosing any special words in this recording so you can learn some real phrases and get used to the natural sound of Polish!
I prepared a PDF for you with explanation of some colloquial phrases my mum uses and a list of weather and nature vocabulary. I hope you will enjoy it!
(Sorry for the poor quality of audio. I was too excited about it but I'll make it better for the second lesson!)