How To Speak Polish
Learn Polish The Right Way & Speak Confidently In As Little As 6 Months
I teach adults how to speak Polish using tried and tested, science-based methods, so that they can speak the language fluently with their Polish friends and family.
Learning Polish doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming
Some people think that learning Polish is difficult, but that’s because they’ve tried learning using traditional methods.
The whole reason I started How To Speak Polish is because those traditional methods make things a lot harder than they need to be.
Many of the traditional ways of learning Polish don’t work for English speakers like you and me.
If you’d like to find out how to learn Polish in a simple and fun way, let’s get started with an easy intro to Polish grammar.
Where should I send your cheat sheet?
Grammar isn’t the hardest part of learning Polish, contrary to what you might think.
Don’t get me wrong – compared to English, the grammar is tough if you try to learn it the traditional way. There are at least 17 ways just to say the number “two” in Polish, so learning from books just isn’t going to cut it.
One of the easiest ways to learn the grammar is by memorising Polish conversation phrases. That way, you won’t have to think about the grammar rules to speak correctly, just like when you’re speaking English.
Like you, I know exactly how hard it is to learn Polish.
My name is Nathan, I’m a native English speaker and despite never living in Poland, taking any classes or studying the grammar, I can speak Polish.
If I can do it, you can too.
I started by learning some Polish conversation phrases and built from there.
My mission is to show you how to speak Polish fluently as quickly as possible, so that you can develop stronger relationships with your Polish friends and family.
Let’s talk about your Polish
Want to improve your Polish? Looking for some Polish conversation phrases or grammar advice?
Fill in the form below and I’ll email you back within 24 hours to let you know what you need to do in order to move forward.