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…
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…
Małgorzata KopyśćBirmingham (Wielka Brytania)
Mi nombre es Małgorzata pero puedes llamarme Gosia.
Puede que te resulte difícil pronunciar mi nombre, pero no te preocupes ahora. Te enseñaré cómo hacer eso en nuestra primera lección gratuita.
Cuando eliges un profesor, es importante saber si vas a vibrar. Las personas aprenden lo mejor de las personas que les agradan.
Soy una persona muy tranquila a la que le gusta hablar y conocer gente nueva. También tengo un buen conocimiento del idioma y la gramática polaca, por lo que la combinación de todas estas cosas me convierte en un buen profesor (según mis alumnos).
¿Por qué no reservas una lección gratis conmigo y compruebas si son correctas?
También hablo muy bien el inglés, entiendo el ruso y el ucraniano, lo que ayuda a empezar a enseñar a los principiantes.
Puedo empezar a enseñarte de inmediato, independientemente de tu nivel de polaco.
Yo ofrezco :
- una lección gratuita (50 minutos)
- Lecciones 1to1 (60 minutos - 14 EUR), donde te enseñaré todo lo que necesitas y quieres aprender.
- tarea - prueba en la plataforma en línea e-polish - después de cada lección 1 a 1 (si tiene tiempo para hacerlo)
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;)).
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.
Dorota Biłka44-240 (Polska)
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 :)
Aleksandra PodleżańskaGdańsk (Polska)
Como mi nombre deja sospechar, soy polaca y mi lengua materna es la polaca.
Aprender idiomas extranjeros se convirtió para mí en una pasión desde hace cuarenta años, cuando llegué a Alemania. A lo largo de cinco meses estudié alemán en el Goethe-Institut de Munich, en cursos superintensivos (25 horas semanales), en los que obtuve el Grado independiente - II (B2 = Usuario Intermedio alto). Después he estudiado diez meses en un Centro universitario de la Escuelas Superiores científicas del Estado Libre de Baviera y posteriormente he cursado Lingüística, Germanística y Anglística en las Facultades Filosóficas de la Universidad estatal Ludwig Maximilian de Munich.
Un semestre de mis estudios trancurrió en Inglaterra y aprendí Inglés en cursos superintensivos en Oxfodr House College en Londres (30 horas semanales) que inicié en el nivel “Básico y concluí en el nivel 6 (Proficiency; C = Usuario competente). Durante seis años intervine también en estructuras internacionales en Italia; primero, realizé cursos superintensivos de italiano en la Universidad para extranjeros (Universitá per Stranieri) en Perugia y en la Escuela “Berlitz” de Idiomas en Roma. En el Vaticano cursé además (en italiano) dos años de Teología y Derecho Eclesiástico en la “Escuela Práctica de Teología y Derecho para la Vida Consagrada” , con sede en la Congregacón para los Institutos de Vida Consagrada y las Sociedades de Vida Apostólica”.
A través del estudio de idiomas extranjeros se despertó también mi atención a los meandros de mi lengua materna, la polaca, por lo cual durante el periodo de mis estudios me he matriculado gustosamente en cursos de Ciencia comparada del Lenguaje y de Eslavística.
Durante mis contactos intensivos a lo largo de los años con mis colegas de la Universidad o del trabajo en equipos internacionales he tenido muchas oportunidades de familiarizar con la lengua polaca a mis amigos. Quedaban sorprendidos, cuando comprobaban que “el diablo no es tan temible como lo pintan”.
Conozco la importancia que tiene en el mundo moderno el dominio de idiomas extranjeros. Es algo que comparto con pasión tanto en la vida profesional como con mis amigos y conocidos.
La “era de la pandemia del coronavirus” nos ha abierto los ojos para nuevas posibilidades de encuentro y comunicación , que vienen facilitadas por las actuales posibilidades técnicas tales como meetings (encuentros) y el aprendizaje online. Por eso a gusto hago uso de ellas para facilitar a todos los interesados el aprendizaje de tan hermoso e interesante idioma como el polaco, lo cual no es tan difícil como se suele creer. El éxito depende de los métodos de enseñanza y de la capacidad de escuchar atentamente al alumno. Una aventura con el idioma polaco puede ser muy interesante, hermosa y enriquecedora. Hay que recordar que el idioma que hablamos no ha surgido de repente y se mantiene invariado y estable. Cada idioma está sujeto a un desarrollo y depende considerablemente de la historia de la nación y de las circunstancias en que viven los hombres que hablan como un idioma concreto como lengua materna. Esto significa que el idioma está vinculado con la historia, la cultura, la filosofía y las experiencias de una determinada nación. Emprenda usted conmigo la aventura de aprender polaco.
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 - 24 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.
Hello and welcome! You see? In the beginning is the word, and the word is with everyone who speaks. Do we respect what we say? What are others saying? Do we consider ourselves experts in everything in the world? Sure not. Every sane person, first in his language, is not sure of complete knowledge. So this could be one more reason to learn foreign languages. Each new language - it's a new birthday of yourself. A new first step. New first cry - "a-a-a!". You already know the first Polish letter. do we continue? I invite you to my lessons. It will be difficult and incomprehensible at times, easy and boring from clarity, but it will certainly be surprising and effective in teaching Polish.więcej…
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.
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.
I graduated in Polish literature and linguistics at the University of Warsaw and obtained the State Diploma in Teaching Polish as a Foreign Language in 2015.
I'm passionate about foreign languages, I speak French, Italian, English, I have some knowledge of Czech, and I am learning German and Russian. I'm using these experiences in the role of a student to improve my methods. I also take part in training courses offered by Polish schools to learn new approaches.
Welcome to my profile!
I am Oksana.
I come from Ukraine, from the south-east of our country. I currently live in Kyjiwi.
I have special ties with Poland - I lived in Poland for 10 years, and a year ago, in the first days of the war in Ukraine, I came to Poland again and stayed in Warsaw for 5 months. I returned, regardless of great job offers and my family's wishes, to Kyjiwa to be at home, in my life, with my people. And a few months of support, help and warmth that I met in Poland enriched me with an amazing experience of working in international charity organizations supporting Ukraine, and translation activities for TVN24 Discovery.
For this reason, after returning to Kyjiv, I did not immediately return to my business activity (also related to Poland for many years), but I joined the activities of an American charity organization and supported the activities of an amazing international team, which in turn supported us Ukrainians. Of course, these months, and practically a year, passed in constant practice in Polish, Ukrainian, English, and if necessary - in Russian languages.
I studied Russian philology at the University of Donetsk, my specialization was the theory of literature. I also finished journalism, after graduation I worked on Ukrainian television. Then there were 10 years in Poland, then - return home, then - family and two wonderful children, many experiences in various fields of international business, continuation of the started topics until 2014, and again a rather final departure from Donetsk to Kyjiva, happy and diverse activity in continuous cooperation with Poland until February 23, 2022.
Only now, after returning from Warsaw, I have discovered my own need to help Ukrainian youth start their education in Poland and arrange their lives in Europe and in the world.
That's why I've been a Polish language teacher for several months now.
For me, the best practical solution is the system built in this particular school.
I add visualizations of complicated grammar rules myself, - I create them using current graphical instruments.
I also use all available media means to bring my students as close to Polish reality as possible and help them immerse themselves in topics related to their future specialization in studies.
I am glad that, regardless of my little experience, I already have the first results of my students, who have already received the highest grades during the entrance tests to the best Polish Universities. And due to the fact that I discovered the "Step by Step" course for myself and started using e-polish.eu instruments, I found myself here, in this wonderful group of teachers.