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Archive for January, 2015

Don’t leave me on the ice…Polish poem “Poślizg” Posted by on Jan 29, 2015

The winter isn’t coming, winter is already here. Whether you like it or not there is nothing you can do about it. It seems that the best thing for all of us will be if we just enjoy all the attractions winter gives us. It could be skiing, ice skating, sliding, building a snowman:) All…

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12 great Polish posts for beginners! Posted by on Jan 25, 2015

Here, at Transparent Language Polish blog site, I try to share with you all kinds of different informations about Poland and Polish language. I include current Polish news, grammar, useful phrases, songs, books, places to visit, where to eat, history…Today I put a list of 12 blogs, that I think will be super helpful to…

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Tasty Polish coffee during long winter… Posted by on Jan 19, 2015

Coffee is one of my favorite beverages! I love it any time and anywhere:) But of course, especially on a cold winter day…. Most Poles seem hooked on strong coffee and they cannot carry on without a cup a day, or two or more. Many still brew it the Polish way by putting a spoonful…

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How to survive cold winter – useful Polish vocabulary Posted by on Jan 8, 2015

Winter ( zima) is back, and it’s colder than ever. Coupled with snow (śnieg), dry air (suche powietrze), sickness (choroba), and everything else that comes with winter, it’s shaping up to be pretty rough. Here are different ways to keep yourself sane during this bleak season. 1. Stay active, even in the cold! Bądź aktywny, nawet…

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Przedszkole i zerówka – Polish kindergarten and “class zero” Posted by on Jan 2, 2015

In Poland public kindergartens (przedszkola publiczne) are intended for children aged 3 to 5 years (in exceptional cases they may also accept children aged 2.5 years); they serve as care and education institutions. They provide care for children while parents are at work, but are also conducive to their social  (contacts with peers in the…

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