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Title Polish for foreigners
Summary Links to open-access online courses intended for independent learners, including: basic Polish phrases for beginners, materials for 'false beginners', and materials for more advanced learners (including heritage speakers of the language).
Creator(s) Ziolo, K.
Description This is an online course for advanced learners of Polish, and is intended for independent learners, including heritage speakers of the language. It consists of 10 units aimed at familiarising students with new vocabulary, developing their ability to compose written texts, including essays and official documents, and introducing students to reading texts in various styles and registers. Each unit includes reading texts with vocabulary practice, background information, interactive exercises and a test.
Date 2009, updated 2014
Institution University of Sheffield
Resource Type Course
Resource format Web site
Language Polish
Course Type Self-study; tutor-supported
Skills Various
Subject CEELBAS
PID 91761
URI http://digital-collections.ucl.ac.uk:80/webclient/DeliveryManager?application=DIGITOOL-3&owner=resourcediscovery&custom_att_2=simple_viewer&pid=91761
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