Explore the profiles of tutors who offer classes online. Check out their experience, teaching methods, and whether you like their personality. Compare the reviews that current students have given them.
Magdalena WyglądaczKraków (Polska)
Hi! If you are looking for patience and forbearance in overcoming language barriers, I invite you to lessons. My name is Magda and I'm a teacher. I had completely different plans for the future. I wanted to be a translator because, as they say, "paper approves of everything”. But it wasn’t to be, because I found out that working with people gives me much more pleasure. Now I have a job where I can share my interests - music, painting and languages, learn about other cultures and help people discover their talents.więcej…
Paulina KucKraków (Polska)
I have been a teacher of Polish as a foreign language for thirteen years now and I still like my job. ;) What I like most about being a teacher is the chance to have contact with people from all over the world. In the lesson I can meet them but I can also learn a lot about myself, my own language, Poland and Poles :-) After work I spend a lot of time with my family. I enjoy reading, watching movies and Netflix, eating, delicious things and relaxing :-)więcej…
Joanna StanekKrzeszowice (Polska)
I’m optimistic. I like to be surrounded by people who emit positive energy and at the same time I try to share my joy with them. What I appreciate most in being a teacher is the contact with other people. I adore travelling and discovering new places, sometimes with a guidebook in hand or more often by absorbing their special atmosphere with all my senses. I’m passionate about theatre, I collect masks, I love South-American literature, small cinemas, bicycle and mountain trips, picnics behind the walls of old castles and long sessions of charades or board games with my friends. I get lots of joy and satisfaction when playing with children.więcej…
Magdalena DośKraków (Polska)
Hello, welcome to my profile!
Would you like to learn Polish, but you are not sure if this method is for you? You also don't know if I am your "dream teacher"? If you have any questions or doubts, please take a free trial lesson! (details below)
Who am I?
My name is Magda and I have been teaching Polish as a foreign language for 19 years. But my teaching adventure began a bit unusual...
Although I wanted to be a teacher since I was a child, I became a Polish tutor … by chance :). After graduating in Polish Studies and Theatre Studies from the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, I left for Paris to continue my PhD studies in the field of theater. It happened that they were looking for a tutor of Polish at the Sorbonne. I applied and... was selected! This is how I started my adventure teaching Polish, which has now continued for 19 years.
Working with people is my passion, therefore - teaching is the best profession. I love sharing my knowledge with my students and seeing their progress. For me, being a tutor of Polish means exchanging positive energy with students from around the world - as well as making new friends everywhere.
Jerzy TerkaKraków (Polska)
Being a teacher combines lots of my interests in a way inaccessible in any other profession. It seems that Polish grammar is sometimes like a complex crime story but when you find the right key everything becomes clear like in the epilogue of a good book. Discussions about various things and listening to opinions is like discovering new lands or travelling to foreign countries. Composing different elements into a lesson and giving lessons to students gives satisfaction like after winning a board game. Looking for inspirations and materials lets you see the world from a different perspective. But I guess the most important thing is that you can become a guide who helps others reach their goals.więcej…
My name is Dorota Dziewońska. I live with my husband and children in Cracow – a beautiful old city in the south of Poland. I like learning foreign languages as well as sharing this experience with others – comparing, how similar things are seen by different cultures and described with different languagues. I speak English, Russian, French (not too well), now I'm learning German and Hungarian.więcej…
Janusz RudzkiBirmingham (Wielka Brytania)
If you have any questions, just click on "Free online trial lesson", sign up for free in a few seconds and I will contact you. You don't have to choose any specific date or time for our trial lesson. I will get back to you ASAP.
My name is Janusz and I am 36 years old.
I speak Polish, Bulgarian and English fluently. I also understand and speak some Russian and Ukrainian.
I teach languages online and I am ready to start teaching you even if you are a beginner.
I have expierience with children, teenagers, adults and pensioners.
I offer :
- one free lesson (50 minutes)
- 1to1 lesson (60 minutes - 18 EUR), where I will teach you everything you need and want to learn.
- homework - test on the online platform e-polish - after every 1to1 lesson (if you have time to do it)
In order to try a free lesson just click on 'Free online trial lesson' which is under my profile picture on the top of this page. You don't have to choose a specific date or time. After you've booked a trial lesson I will email you and we will discuss when it is best for you to do the lesson.
Why do I teach languages?
My aim is to help everyone progress in their lives through language learning. I believe in every kind of learning, for all kinds of people, wherever they are in the world.
As a teacher, I need and want not only to motivate my learners, I want them to know how to keep their motivation throughout the entire process of learning.
MOTIVATION. This is what you need and this is what you get from me and my e-book.
I am going to be not only your language teacher; I am going to be your Language Learning Motivator! My second role will sometimes be more important than the first one.
I have written an e-book called " 7 Tips On How To Learn a Foreign Language". I describe how you can learn a foreign language in a way that will be pleasant and effective at the same time!
When you get in touch with me, I will send you a FREE copy of my e-book.
Apart from that, I’m interested in ancient civilizations, AI, history, geopolitics and I like fishing.
Małgorzata KopyśćBirmingham (Wielka Brytania)
My name is Małgorzata but you can call me Gosia.
It might look difficult for you to pronounce my name but don't worry about it now. I will teach you how to do that on our first free lesson.
When you choose a teacher it is important to know if you are going to vibe. People learn the best from people they like.
I am a very easy-going person who likes talking and meeting new people. I also have a fair knowledge of Polish language and grammar therefore the combination of all these things makes me a good teacher (according to my students).
Why don't you book a free lesson with me and check if they are right?
I also speak very good English, understand Russian and Ukranian which helps to start teaching begginers.
I can start teaching you straight away, regardless of your level of Polish.
I offer :
- one free lesson (50 minutes)
- 1to1 lessons (60 minutes - 14 EUR), where I will teach you everything you need and want to learn.
- homework - test on the online platform e-polish - after every 1to1 lesson (if you have time to do it)
In order to try a free lesson just click on 'Free online trial lesson' which is under my profile picture on the top of this page. You don't have to choose a specific date or time. After you've booked I will email you and we can discuss when it is best for you.
Monika PacukiewiczBytom (Polska)
Do you want to learn Polish? Let’s start!
My name is Monika. I am from Poland. As a Polish language teacher I worked in Azerbaijan, Ukraine in the local universities, in Poland now and via the Internet. I'm a teacher since 2012.
I taught people from many countries, students, children and adults.
During the lessons we speak Polish but ... I speak English, Russian and a bit Ukrainian (just in case;)).
Agnieszka FuteraWarszawa (Polska)
Two of my passions are my language and board games. They have much more in common than it seems. In fact, I see language as a sort of a game of cooperation - the better the players know the rules, the better is the mutual understanding they win. My friends say I'm good at expaining rules. Maybe that's because of my everyday experiance of explaining grammar?więcej…
Mateusz WysockiKraków (Polska)
thank you for visiting my profile. My name is Mateusz and I teach foreigners Polish language. I was born and I live in Poland, which means that by participating in lessons with me, you will have contact with the real language and its various forms – including official and colloquial speech.
I am a graduate of the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, where I graduated in humanities - journalism and social communication. Today, my main occupation is preparation, editing and proofreading of texts, as well as teaching Polish focused on people who want to learn efficient communication in this language. I invite you all - regardless of your level of advancement. I run classes in which the main emphasis is put on speaking Polish.
Aleksandra PodleżańskaGdańsk (Polska)
As my name suggests - I am Polish, Polish is my mother tongue.
Learning foreign languages became my passion forty years ago, when I arrived in Germany. I studied German for five months on super-intensive courses at the Goethe-Institute in Munich (25 hours a week), which I completed at the Mittelstufe II (B2). Then for ten months I studied in „Studienkolleg bei den wissenschaftlichen Hochschulen des Freistadt Bayern”, then - at the state-owned "Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in München", I graduated in linguistics as well in German and English studies at philosophical faculties.
I spent one semester of my studies in England, learning English on super intensive courses at Oxford House College in London (30 hours a week), which I started on the "Basic" level and finished on "Level 6 - Proficiancy". For six years I also worked in international structures in Italy, first completing super-intensive Italian language courses at the University for Foreigners (Università per Stranieri) in Perugia and at the Roman language school "Berlitz", Italy. In the Vatican, I also finished a two-year study of theology and law in Italian in the "Scuola Pratica di Teologia e Diritto per la Vita Consacrata presso la Congregazione per gli Istituti di Vita Consacrata e le Società di Vita Apostolica, Vaticano".
Learning foreign languages also drew my attention to the meanders of my mother tongue, i.e. Polish, which is why during my university studies I was eager to take part in comparative linguistics and Slavic studies.
During many years of rich contacts with my colleagues from university or working in international teams, I had many opportunities to teach Polish to my friends. They were surprised to note that "not such a terrible devil as they paint him!"
I know how important it is in the modern world to know foreign languages. So I eagerly share it, whether in my professional life or with my friends and acquaintances.
The "era of the coronavirus pandemic" has opened our eyes to new opportunities for meetings and communication, which are facilitated by the current technical possibilities, such as meetings and online learning. So I am happy to use them to enable all interested parties to learn a beautiful and very interesting Polish language, which is not as difficult as it is commonly believed. Success depends on teaching methods and the ability to listen carefully to the student.
An adventure with the Polish language can be very interesting, beautiful and enriching. It should be remembered that the language we use did not arise suddenly and is not unchanging, constant. Each language is subject to development and largely depends on the history of the nation and the circumstances in which people who use a given language as their mother tongue live. This means that the language is related to the history, culture, philosophy and experiences of a given nation ... I invite you to take the adventure of learning Polish with me.
Hi! My name is Dorota.
I am a Polish language teacher, I love Polish and I love what I do.
I have a lot of energy and I'm almost always in a funny and good mood. I always try to make my lessons interesting, not stiff and clichéd.
I have already worked with children, teenagers and adults.
Privately, I am passionate about music, I compose and play various instruments, but I also play video games on the console!
I also have a cat named Ciat. Ciat often comes to my online lessons :)
Marta RauchGavi (Włochy)
My name is Marta, and since I remember I was passionate with foreign languages. By learning other languages, I was having an opportunity to learn different cultures as well, which gave me the feeling to travel all around the world, without leaving my own home. After my graduation from University of Economics in Cracow, I started to travel and put in practice the knowleadge I've get. I lived in Ireland, France, and since 13 years now I am living in Italy. The joy I get from teaching and from giving hope to all my students, that eventually everyone can learn this difficult language, is someting that brings me huge satisfacion in my life. I could't go on without it any more. It's my passion and will stay with me forever.więcej…
Anna Soini00260 (Finlandia)
For over 15 years I have been associated with the multilingual environment, both in the professional and private field. With enthusiasm and new ideas I'm teaching Polish as a foreign language.
By education I am an economist, sociologist, teacher and web designer. Currently based in Helsinki.
I speak English, Russian and Finnish very well. I also understand Ukrainian, German and Lithuanian languages, which helps to start teaching to beginners.
If you like to be encouraged, motivated to learn Polish language, you like to discover and learn culture along with the language let's start your journey together!
In my offer you will find:
- one free lesson (50 minutes)
- individual lessons (60 minutes - 18 EUR), group lessons (2-3 people)
- homework after each lesson - language exercises and tests on the e-polish internet platform.
To take advantage of the free lesson, simply click the "Free Trial Lesson" button below my profile photo.
Joanna Kowalczyk07-100 (Polska)
I am a Polish language teacher with twenty-three years of experience in working with young people. I have a pedagogical education. I am a matriculation examiner and after the eighth grade. I also work as a teacher of Polish as a foreign language with teenagers and adults, stationary and online. I like my job, I like to learn new things. I am open to technological innovations that I use during my lessons. I am communicative, responsible, punctual and creative.więcej…
Karolina BednarzWrocław (Tajwan)
Cześć, my name is Karolina. I am from Poland and I currently live and teach Polish language and culture in Taipei, Taiwan.
I have been teaching Polish to foreigners from different parts of the world for 15 years. I work with students at all language levels, from A0 to C2, and have experience working with young people, Polish Studies students, but also employees of large corporations and European officials.
I really enjoy travelling, discovering new places, tastes, smells, meeting new people and - of course - teaching them Polish ;)
I speak English and Russian.
If you are interested in a lesson with me, but you are interested in a date that is not available in my schedule - write to me. I will adjust my schedule to your needs.
Katarzyna SłabikGliwice (Polska)
Learning a language can be a great adventure, don't hesitate to take that challenge. I can let me help you during this trip!
I can teach in Polish and English. I also speak little Spanish and Ukrainian.
Learning languages should be both effective and fun, and I have it on my mind while preparing lessons.
Anna Sartanowicz2273RN (Holandia)
I have been a teacher for over 30 years, and I gained experience in teaching Polish as a foreign language at the People's University (Volksuniversiteit) in The Hague (Netherlands). Since 2015 I have been teaching Polish to adults from different backgrounds at this university.
Moreover, children from Polish-Dutch families were or currently are participants in my private and group lessons at a Saturday school in the Netherlands.
Given my disciplined, reliable and professional attitude, I am happy to take up any challenge in teaching Polish as a foreign language.
I use simple yet effective teaching methods such as a focus on direct contact with the language, natural acquisition of vocabulary and grammar or frequent repetition of language material.
During my lessons I mainly use the tools and materials proposed/offered by Glossa and the e-polish.eu platform.
Being a teacher gives me great satisfaction, especially when I see students ambitiously continue their language learning and try to use and expand their knowledge at every interaction with the Polish society.
Hi! My name is Marta and I am a professional language teacher offering personalised and practical Polish courses.
I have been a language teacher for seven years, teaching students of all ages, levels and nationalities. I am passionate about Polish language and culture, but Polish is not the only language I m interested in. I also speak fluent English, Spanish and French and I know basic German, Norwegian and Vietnamese. Believe me, I know what it takes to learn a foreign language! I know how challenging it might be at times, but I am also convinced that it is incredibly rewarding. Having studied many languages myself, I have developed effective and enjoyable methods of learning and I use them every day in my teaching.
My other great passion is travelling. I have travelled a lot in Europe, Africa and South East Asia and lived and worked in Norway, England, Belgium, Mozambique and Vietnam.
Currently I live in beautiful Málaga, in the south of Spain.
Anna Kacharovska02454 (Polska)
My name is Ania. I am Ukrainian, but I have been living in Poland for a more than 5 years.
I am a lawyer by education, but right after graduation I discovered my passion for foreign languages. I have been teaching Polish since 2014 and I helped hundreds of people to learn Polish from the scratch.
On a daily basis I work in a French company, have a wonderful dog and I love spending time actively.
Explore Polish with me!
I am a young teacher with a passion for teaching. I believe that although I teach, I am still learning from my students how to be a better teacher.
I like to spend my free time outside: traveling, seeing friends and family, enjoying cultural activities (cinema, theater, music).
My name is Ewa. I am a beginner teacher on the e-polish portal. I like to teach, help, meet new people and laugh. It gives me great joy. If you want me to help you speak and write in Polish, write to me. Maybe you want to get to know Poland, customs, culture and places, then we will look for interesting facts. I'm waiting for you...
I can speak English, Russian and Ukrainian at a basic level.
Monika Eron-Zwara83-110 (Polska)
Hi! My name is Monika.
I am an English and Polish teacher. Teaching languages is my job, but also my passion. I love what I do :)
My main goal is to get others interested in languages. I try to make my lessons interesting, effective, but also run in a nice and cheerful atmosphere :).
Privately, I am the mother of Agata and Staś. I like travelling, reading books, watching good movies or TV series and having good time with my family and friends :).
Julia Biedroń31-640 (Polska)
Hi, my name is Julia.
I'm just starting my adventure with teaching Polish as a foreign language, but I have a lot of ideas and I'm full of enthusiasm, so lessons will definitely not be boring. 😊 I am very happy that you want to explore the Polish language and Polish culture, I will try my best to help you achieve your goals.
As for me, I'm very interested in foreign languages myself - I'm currently polishing my Japanese and have recently been learning Korean. Apart from that, I enjoy reading books, listening to music and cooking.