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Polish language course in Polonicum!

  • lisettek 17.04.06, 15:38
    ?

    Where on earth would you get the idea that im polish?
    I am definitely not, im Estonian smile Sorry smile
  • sobieski010 18.04.06, 08:24
    I went myself for a couple of courses to IKO. The last course was not
    satisfactory at all.Our teacher Magda was very good, but the course itself was
    pretty sad.
    The previous courses however were ver useful.
  • lisettek 19.04.06, 01:48
    Well, pardon me then smile
    Indeed, Estonian couldn't be placed anywhere near Slavic languages.
    Word order however is not always necessarily dependant on persons native
    language (indeed it's the first factor, but there are many others as well) and
    deciding about someones origin only by this is kind of bollocks, imho.
    Thus I get the point why you asked but don't be so buggered now smile I merely
    wanted to share information about a good Polish course which (according to my
    experiences) is hard to find.
  • usenetposts 20.04.06, 14:55
    lisettek napisała:

    > Well, pardon me then smile
    > Indeed, Estonian couldn't be placed anywhere near Slavic languages.
    > Word order however is not always necessarily dependant on persons native
    > language (indeed it's the first factor, but there are many others as well) and
    > deciding about someones origin only by this is kind of bollocks, imho.
    > Thus I get the point why you asked but don't be so buggered now smile I merely
    > wanted to share information about a good Polish course which (according to my
    > experiences) is hard to find.

    OK. In that case I apologise for wrongly suspecting you of advertsing your own
    product as if it were a third party recommendation. This happens so much that I
    tend to get pissed and take put shots at it now and again, but unfortunately on
    this occasion I accept I may have incurred collateral damage.

    I offer my little finger.
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  • bengateau 19.04.06, 13:25
    lisettek,

    Can you tell us more about the methods they use, what kind of exercises ... Did
    you have homeworks? Are you able to speak Polish now?

    Cheers, Ben
  • lisettek 19.04.06, 18:20
    Well, the course i took was an intensive course, hence we had lessons 3 times
    per week, from 17.15 to 19.45.
    The structure of each lesson was that in the beginning, like 30-50 minutes, we
    just practised our skills in basic communication, talking about things like what
    did we do earlier this day, what are the plans for evening, etc.
    After this we moved on to grammar and various exercises.

    Yes, we had homework on grammar and useage of cases, but in a suitable amount
    (as I have a job also) so it was good.

    Overall, as I understood, each teacher in Polonicum approaches the lessons
    individually, our teacher was putting very much effort into linking the grammar
    that we were learning at this point, to the discussions in the beginning of
    lessons.

    Now i'm able to understand Polish, also to use cases and speak at beginners
    level (it was only 3 months afterall); i am, however, taking another 3 months
    course from there and after this, i hope, i'm done with the hard part.
  • sobieski010 21.04.06, 10:03
    Did anybody on this forum went to IKO for Polish? What's your opinion about them?
    I think they are getting too big for their own good, standards are dropping.
    This mostly due to the management who compose idiot course books full of
    mistakes (!)

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