How old do I have to be to take part in the language course?
This course is offered for adults and teenagers 16 years-old or older.
Who is the teacher?
Fr. Adam Piekarzewski, M.Div., M.Psych. – pastor of St. John’s parish. He used to work as a high school teacher and psychologist in Poland for several years. His native language is Polish but Fr. Adam speaks English and Italian. He also knows Biblical Hebrew, Greek and Latin.
Is this course really FREE of charge?
The course is totally FREE of charge… we only ask for a small donation ($10) every time you take part in class to cover the ordinary expenses: utilities (electricity, water, heating), photocopies, coffee and tea table, movie evenings, food workshops, etc. If you cannot afford this donation, speak with Fr. Adam – there is always a way out… the most important is your enthusiasm for language learning!
How long is the Polish language course 2019?
This course starts in October 2019 and ends in January 2020 with the final exam at level A1. Level A1 corresponds to basic users of the language, i.e. those able to communciate in everyday situations with commonly-used expressions and elementary vocabulary.
How many hours a week are used for classes?
Regularly: 1 lesson (90 min.) per week + homework. In addition we’ll have also Polish film evenings and Polish food workshops to learn how to cook traditional Polish dishes such as bigos, golabki (cabbage rolls) and pierogi – these events are optional.
What date do classes start?
Our Polish language course starts October 12, 2019 (Saturday). Classes will be held every Saturday from 5 to 6.30 pm.
Are certificates given upon course completion?
Upon completion of the language course each student who passes the final exam will receive a certificate of completion.
How early on should I register for the course?
As soon as possible! We want to keep the group small so for this edition of the course we invite max. 20 students.
Do you want to register for the Polish language course 2019 right now?
Thank you! DZIĘKUJEMY!