The first known full sentence in Polish comes from “Księga Henrykowska” from 1270 and relates to the description of daily life at that time. The husband says to his wife: "Daj, ać ja pobruszę, a ty poczywaj" (loosely translated: "Relax Honey, today I will do the dishes."). It is an undeniable proof that Polish feminism roots date back to the 13th century.
Another very rare language we are proud to have in South Africa!
Our courses will follow the CEFR framework (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). There are currently three levels of examinations set according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, namely, B1, B2 and C2. The State Certification Commission is at the meantime working on the introduction of examinations for the remaining levels (A1, A2 and C1).
The course will cover reading, writing, speaking and listening.
We are happy to assist with any type of Polish learning needed!
As this is a rather rare language in South Africa, please note that private lessons may only be availabe.