Polish Complete Beginner (10weks) - Wednesday Evening 8-9.30pm, June 2nd - Aug 4th 2021


Quick Overview

10 weeks - one 1.5 hour class per week

This course is designed for students who have not studied Polish before. Over the course of 10 weeks, you will be introduced to key vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation, and provided with a solid foundation of knowledge of the language.

Combining all aspects of language learning, including visual, audio, written, reading and conversation, your teacher will provide you with the tools to confidently participate in each lesson and make steady and consistent progress. To get the most from this class, students are expected to spend a few hours each week revising and completing homework from their previous lesson.

The class will be held at our school, 2 Queen's Avenue, Bristol, BS8 1SE

Classes need a minimum of 4 students to run - in the event a course does not go ahead we will notify you 2-3 days before the start date.

Coursebook:To be announced soon

Please note: You will need to buy the coursebook yourself. As we require a minimum of 4 students to run the class, we strongly recommend waiting until the course is confirmed as going ahead before purchasing your book. In the event the course does not go ahead due to low enrolments, the school will not be held responsible for any books purchased.

First class is on Wednesday 2nd June 2021
Last class is on Thursday 4th August 2021

Any questions about this course please contact: fl@ihbristol.com

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Polish Complete Beginner (10weks) - Wednesday Evening 8-9.30pm, June 2nd - Aug 4th 2021

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language Polish
Syllabus N/A
Start Date 2 Jun 2021
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