Enrollment for Polish courses in FDS

O projekcie

[vc_row][vc_column][mk_image src=”https://fds.org.pl/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Polish-Courses-Warsaw-Foundation.jpg” image_width=”100%” image_height=”630″ crop=”false” group=”_general”][mk_padding_divider][mk_dropcaps style=”fancy-style”]I[/mk_dropcaps][vc_column_text]n the Foundation for Somalia we organize Polish language classes for foreigners with a differing proficiency of the language.

We strongly believe that learning the language is an essential part of integration. The ability to speak the language is crucial when it comes to communicating in the work space, participating in cultural life or benefiting from the educational system. It is all vitally important for integration, additionally helping migrants not to feel alienated.[/vc_column_text][mk_fullwidth_slideshow bg_position=”center center” images=”6305,6304,6303,6302,6301,6300″ effect=”slide”][mk_padding_divider size=”20″][mk_dropcaps style=”fancy-style”]D[/mk_dropcaps][vc_column_text]ue to popular demand we are re-opening additional Polish courses for beginners!

You can enroll in our office at Bracka 18/63 from the 17th of May from 10:00 till 16:30. We will have both regular courses as well as an accelerated group.

The course that is free of charge will take place daily from 10:30 till 13:00.

The course commences once the group is formed.

Please remember to bring your documents that will confirm your identity and the legality of your stay in Poland!

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[mk_padding_divider size=”20″][mk_fancy_title tag_name=”h3″ style=”true” color=”#00afec” size=”26″ font_family=”none”]WHAT OUR TEACHERS SAY[/mk_fancy_title][vc_column_text]We are proud of our Polish teachers who have been teaching in the Foundation for several years now. Among our staff we have both young teachers with new ideas, as well as creative and experienced people, sharing their knowledge.Yet the essential thing is that the learning process at FDS is mutual – teachers also learn from their students.

[/vc_column_text][mk_padding_divider][mk_blockquote font_family=”none”]It has been a year since I started helping foreigners learning Polish, as I did it myself several years before. What is most important for me is seeing the progress of my students. Speaking Polish fluently helps them to use language in everyday work, with friends, on the street and everywhere where necessary. My work gives me satisfaction, every day I can help somebody and this is most important to me![/mk_blockquote][mk_divider style=”padding_space” margin_top=”0″][mk_blockquote font_family=”none”]It’s the second course that I teach in the Foundation – and the second time I have the pleasure to do that and work with interesting people. My students come from many parts of the world, each of them with different experiences, so observing their linguistic representation of the world is very valuable for me as a Polish literature student. The courses give me great satisfaction and I truly hope that I can share my enthusiasm with my students.[/mk_blockquote][mk_divider style=”padding_space” margin_top=”0″][mk_blockquote font_family=”none”]In the Foundation I observed something I was not fully aware of before. It struck me how much learning really depends on motivation – being motivated helps to master Polish language easily![/mk_blockquote][mk_divider style=”padding_space” margin_top=”0″][mk_blockquote font_family=”none”]There are more than a dozen participants in the group that I teach. They are from Africa, Asia and Europe. Polish is often not even their second language, but third, fourth or fifth. In their polyglot portfolios they already have Arabic, English, French, Spanish, Persian, Turkish. What we are trying to achieve is to convince people that Polish is not a difficult language to learn, even though people usually – and falsely! – tend to think so.[/mk_blockquote][mk_padding_divider size=”80″][mk_image src=”https://fds.org.pl/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Polish-Courses-Warsaw-Foundation.jpg” image_width=”100%” image_height=”630″ crop=”false” group=”_general”][mk_padding_divider size=”80″][/vc_column][/vc_row]