75.00

ISBN: 978-83-929561-2-9
Publisher: Start Polish
Number of pages: 175
Cover: paperback
Format: 21 x 29.5
Series: START
Level: A1, Beginner Polish
Language: Polish

The textbook for learning Polish as a foreign language, Start 2. Beginner Polish is a continuation of the textbook Start 1. The material from the first part is consolidated and developed here. In accordance with the assumption of the entire series, the student’s mother tongue and grammar comments are eliminated. The student is encouraged to discover the rules on their own.
The manual includes a CD with audio recordings.

LESSON 1: A Day Like Everyday
LESSON 2: After Hours
LESSON 3: Do You Know Where the Post Office Is?
LESSON 4: I Want to Travel!
LESSON 5: We’re Having a Party!
LESSON 6: Thank You No!
LESSON 7: I am looking for an apartment.
LESSON 8: What a Day!
LESSON 9: What Do You Look Like?
LESSON 10: A Pole Can

ATTENTION! Audio files are available at https://startpolish.pl/pobierz/

Description

START 2 Student Handbook Beginner Polish

After the START 1 textbook, which is a comprehensive material for learning Polish at the A0 level, we publish the next part of the series – the START 2 textbook. Based on the material introduced in START 1 units, we significantly develop all four language skills.
What characterizes the first textbook, i.e. the emphasis on automating full constructions needed in everyday situations, regular phonetics training, or consciously limited presentation of grammatical issues – is systematically developed in the START 2 textbook.
In the first coursebook, introducing the student to the Polish language system, we consciously give up some forms, focusing on automating the use of the most frequented ones. Hence, for example, the decision to present only the singular forms of conjugation. On the other hand, START 2 significantly expands all the skills acquired by the student while working with the START 1 textbook. This can be clearly seen in the example of developing speaking skills. By introducing some small elements, we provide more freedom in speaking and increase the student’s communication abilities.

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