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As of tomorrow bars opened on Polish trains. Posted by on Aug 31, 2011

Those of you who travelled in Poland by train know, that along with the food you order, you are not allowed to order alcohol. But this is about to change. A communist-era law that prohibits the sale of alcohol on trains will no longer be in effect as of 1 September. From Thursday, travellers will be able…

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Tatra Muzeum in Zakopane Posted by on Aug 30, 2011

What’s so refreshing about a visit to The Tatra Museum (Muzeum Tatrzańskie) in Zakopane, in the southern Tatra Mountains in Poland, is that the artefacts on display don’t belong to some long-past culture or dying traditions. Rather, the exhibits in this splendid building explain a rich local culture that is very much alive on the streets…

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Rodzaje biżuterii Posted by on Aug 29, 2011

Which girl does not like jewelry (biżuteria)? I think we all do…different types (różne rodzaje), different styles (różne style), but there is always something for each one of us! And I’m sure there are a lot of men who like jewelry as well…maybe tie clips (spinki do krawatów)? I especially love bracelets (bransoletki). They can…

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Expressing feelings Posted by on Aug 27, 2011

There are many words describing feelings and I’m sure I will not be bale to name all of them, however I wanted to list the most important ones and the ones that used pretty common in every day life. I’m also attaching video with pronunciation. Wyrażanie emocji i uczuć (expressing emotions and feelings): exhausted –…

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Transportation Posted by on Aug 26, 2011

There are various types of transportation that keep the day to day operations of Polish society up and running.  We need roadways open and unobstructed to get to work each day.  Airplanes (samoloty) need to fly us to far away destinations to transact business deals or just for vacation getaways.  Subway (metro) and public transportation…

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