Friday, September 19, 2014

Polish tongue-twisters :)

Enjoy the VIDEO :)

Chrząszcz brzmi w trzcinie  - a beetle buzzes in the reeds
Korale koloru koralowego – coral-colored coral necklace
Dziewięćdziesiąt dziewięć groszy -99 cents
Plac Trzech Krzyży – Three Crosses Square (in Warsaw)
Suwalszczyzna – Suwałki Region (northeastern Poland)
Kopalnia soli w Wieliczce- Wieliczka Salt Mine
Barszcz z uszkami – borsch with dumplings
Schabowy z mizerią – pork chop with cucumber salad
Kluski śląskie – potato dumplings
Jajecznicza ze szczypiorkiem – scrambled eggs with chives
Polska jest przepiękna – Poland is the most beautiful

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Our 5th meeting tomorrow :)

Hi Class, tomorrow we'll work on 2 new dialogs - don't worry, no  dżem różany this time ;) We'll be SINGING a new song: Days of the week (yay for creativity!) You'll also take your first test! (I'm joking). Do zobaczenia! A.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Labels!

Labels - a practical way to learn some new vocabulary :)
WE ARE DOING THIS! 


Prepare as many as you'd like :) Self-stick notes work great and they should not ruin your furniture or other items. Each week I will ask volounteers to share words they've learned in Polish. We'll spend the first 10 minutes on modelling the pronounciation for new vocabulary you will label. Think ahead of the objects from your household that you want to know in Polish. Thanks!


Hello Class! 
Thanks for stopping by :)  
Let's use this blog as an additional platform for our language course. Please come back often as I will be posting updates as we go :)
                                Do zobaczenia!
                                               Ania

Monday, August 25, 2014

Cześć i Sześć :)

Cześć - I think it must be one of the most popular words in Polish :) 
It happens to contain some characteristic sounds (cz, ś, ć) that can be challenging for a beginner student. Below you can find my pronunciation tips :) Keep on practicing! Get this one, and you actually score 2 words: hi and bye :)

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How about replacing cz with sz
You see, that's not that complicated and you've learned a new sound and a new word :) 

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Polish Alphabet

Here are the names of the 32 letters :-)

video

Practice makes perfect :)