Learn Polish phrases and sentences by selecting the phrases that you want to learn from the list. These cover a wide variety of Polish topics, including the Polish numbers, Polish days, Polish greetings and the months in Polish all with audio.
Learn hundreds of Polish holiday phrases covering topics from greetings to travel. They all have audio (recorded by a native speaker with a neutral accent), and tests using flashcards.
Learn Polish and internalise the grammatical structures through sentences. Six hundred useful Polish Sentences covering the present and past tenses.
As well as the flashcards for the Polish phrases there are additional learning games for colours, days, fruit, months, numbers and vegetables.
Test whether you know the difference between a Jabłko and Pomarańcza, Wiśnia from a Brzoskwinia, can count from jeden upwards and know czarny from niebieski.
Learn 200 of the most frequently used words in spoken Polish. The audio was recorded by a native speaker.
Increase your Polish vocabulary with some extremely common Polish nouns with flashcards or multiple choice.
Learn Polish verbs such as 'być' (to be), 'mieć' (to have) and 'móc' (to be able).
Polish is a West Slavonic language with around 40 million speakers mainly in Poland but with large communities in the United States, Canada and Britain (more specifically in London and Chicago).
The language is inflected, nouns have three genders, and adjectives agree with nouns. So, for instance, 'Polish film(s)' may be 'polski film', 'polskiego filmu', 'polskim filmom' .. depending on the construction.
Possesives and personal pronouns also decline depending on number, case and gender. So 'my' can be 'moye, 'moich', 'moim', 'moimi' and 'moich' and so on.
A basic Polish grammar.
A simplified table of Polish adjectival endings.
Days of the week and the accusative.
The instrumental case.
Z followed by instrumental with examples.
W followed by locative with examples.
polish.slavic.pitt.edu/firstyear Polish Grammar (in a nutshell).