About this event
For an English speaker, learning Polish can be a challenging task because of its complex grammar and tricky pronunciation. However, it is also a fantastic way of reconnecting with your Polish heritage.
This fascinating West Slavic language is spoken by over 55 million people around the world. It has gained enormous popularity in the USA, Canada, UK and Australia, as it contains a significant number of words borrowed from Latin, Czech, German, as well as from French and English.
In this online discussion, Patrycja Palka, founder of Go-Polish, will share with us her five top tips to help you improve your Polish language skills, which can get you closer to reclaiming your Polish citizenship.
Patrycja holds a Master’s degree in the Polish Language and Literature and has been trained in Jagiellonian University School of Polish Language and Culture to teach Polish as a foreign and second language.
Melbourne, Australia – Wednesday 19 August 4:00 PM AEST
New York, USA – Wednesday 19 August 2:00 AM
London, UK – Wednesday 19 August 7:00 AM
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Join our live discussion here
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm