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As every year, during the summer, KLUB DIALOGU, in addition to learning Polish as a foreign language, offers a lot of attractions and unique events for its students.

– ‘It’s an intense time, also for us’ – comments Dorota Maszkiewicz, school director. ‘Beautiful weather, the start of summer, intensive Polish language courses, lazy evenings – are conducive to evening trips to the Wisła River, dancing in a club, or enjoying a Polish film outdoors (with English subtitles). One of our special events was the annual canoeing trip, which was attended by 35 students (some brought their families along too!)’

Thanks to the school events, students have the opportunity to learn about the life and lifestyle of Poles in Warsaw, make new acquaintances, and sometimes long-term friendships, or just generally time to enjoy yourself.

Although the summer holidays for the Polish Language School KLUB DIALOGU started at the end of June, we are planning some extraordinary events until the end of August, including: bowling, tango at SPATiF, volleyball on the beach by the Wisła River, and a Chopin concert in the Łazienki park.

We welcome you to come!


Why do people even want to learn Polish? – there are a million reasons, and each person has their “own”. However, regardless of personal reasons, as many as 60 million people in the world use the Polish language, of which around 38 million live in Poland. The rest can be found in USA, Canada, Great Britain, France, Germany, Ireland, Brazil and Australia, to name a few. This shows that it is worth learning Polish regardless of whether you live in Poland or abroad.

An important aspect of learning is checking your knowledge and approach to the State Exam for Certificate confirming knowledge of Polish as a foreign language. This exam can be taken at levels B1, B2 and C1, and recently A2 level has been added.

What are the reasons for taking the State Certificate exam? Again – there are many, but it is enough to mention the most important:

Of course, you can also mention the satisfaction of your own achievements!

KLUB DIALOGU School has been preparing its students for passing this exam for many years. How are we doing this?

First of all, the entire curriculum in KLUB DIALOGU is precisely structured. At each stage of learning, the student receives comprehensive knowledge necessary for later, during the exam.

Before the exam, the School organises specialist courses preparing for the exam, and last but not least – KLUB DIALOGU School is an Examination Centre, which means that it has the right to conduct an exam for the B1 State Certificate.

Agata, our teacher and methodologist with over 7 years of experience in teaching Polish and a foreign language knows exactly what it’s like to teach Polish on levels from complete beginner (A0) to more advanced (C1). She, just like all of us, is proud that we’re a Centre of Examination. “All our courses, starting from A0, through A1, A2 and B1 levels, are led taking into account exam requirements, and the fact that students can learn towards B1 and B2 levels in order to pass the exam. What’s more, we have additional courses that solely prepare students towards the B1 exam. This course is appropriate for those students who have already reached B1 level and are preparing for the exam; the course goes through all aspects that can be expected on the exam itself – grammar, speaking, reading, writing and listening. Many of our students have already passed this exam, which is something we are so proud of!”

One of the people that passed the B1 certificate in 2020 is Julia. Julia said the following when she was asked about her experience at KLUB DIALOGU and about the exam itself:

“I will start with the fact that I like to learn foreign languages, and the Polish language course is not my first challenge. I really enjoyed the general Polish language course. Well-established, friendly relations in the group and great teachers were of great importance here. But it was time to prepare for the exam, so I had to change the nature of the class. I started a preparatory course. I believe, that  exam preparation is important and necessary. Classes were easy and natural. In the preparatory process we went through almost all common exam tasks. Now not only do I advise, but I also strongly recommend a similar preparation course to successfully pass the exam.”

Sandra, an experienced teacher of KLUB DIALOGU has led courses that specifically prepare for the B1 examination. When asked about whether running such a course is different to other courses, she explained: “The course is dedicated to students who want to take the B1 exam, so the structure of the course should differ from the one used for regular courses. Classes are longer, and all the exam elements are gone through each lesson.” She added with a smile, “Perhaps students are more tolerant of the language itself and are able to accept most of the language exceptions that appear at this level.”

When asked if she enjoys running these kinds of courses, and whether there’s a greater sense of pressure to ensure students to well to learn and remember everything to pass the exam, she expressed that, “students at this level are already able to speak the language really well. This allows you to conduct cool discussions or even take up controversial topics. Positive reinforcement always works, but the most important thing is the student’s attitude and personal commitment.”

It is worth mentioning that using any additional learning tools, such as quizzes, role-playing, field exercises, etc. work on all levels, and it’s important to make classes as lively and interesting as possible, no matter if it’s a course to prepare for an exam or not.

So, once the exam session comes round and students who have learnt with us take it, we are eagerly waiting for the news of how it went. Just like all of us, Sandra explained how when we get the news that students have passed the exam, it’s a really great feeling, for them, but also for us! “It is a great pleasure to receive such information from students. There are usually also thank you emails that greatly motivate you to continue working, and student results arouse admiration and satisfaction.”


June, 19th (Friday), 6 PM


You have probably thought very deeply about taking up Polish, because you know that this is something that can level you up in everyday life in Poland.

It usually takes some time, however, to transform that thought into… performance.

During free of charge, trial lesson we demonstrate that the Polish language is not as difficult as it`s said to be and you will develop many useful skills.

No one achieves mastery alone. You need a teacher. A coach. Just come. Ask your questions. Together we’ll determine if it’s right for you!

Are you keen on films? Would you like to immerse in the Polish culture and mentality? We have something for you!

Come and discover the feeling of Polish films. You will learn more about them from the introduction before the film, as well as the discussion after the screening. This is an important element of Polish culture and history, thanks to which you will better understand and accept (?) Poles’ behaviour and mentality.

Keep an eye on our Funpage to get to know more!

We love to spend time with our students and staff outside of the classroom and immerse ourselves in Polish culture, fun activities and social gatherings. During summertime, we put a huge emphasis on this and create our summer events calendar. From June until August we embarked on adventures such as canoeing, that takes place with us on the first Saturday of July each year, bowling, beach volleyball and a Chopin concert, not to mention our 3 year ‘new’ KLUB DIALOGU anniversary and dancing events hosted by our talented students.

Our summer kicked off with the anniversary party, where we celebrated 3 years of new ownership with Viola and Piotr. We always endeavour to get everyone as involved as possible, and learn more about one another; the main attraction of this evening was our ‘students have talent’ round where there were 3 teams of students and the game consisted of different categories, such as ‘advertisements’ where different products had to be advertised (it was really amazing!), ‘karaoke’ and ‘tongue twisters’. Our panel of judges had to award points to each team based on their performance.

Next we ventured on our 3rd annual canoeing trip. We canoed down the beautiful river Wkra for around 2 hours. Once we reached our destination we ate a grill, talked all together and played volleyball. These canoeing days have always been a big success and we always go home with new friendships made.

Klub SPATiF is a trendy bar with a large patio where they host evening events and we went to see the enchanting Mała Orkiestra Dancingowa and dance to their beautiful music – songs about Warsaw. We also went to watch a Chopin concert in the Łazienki Park – classic Polish culture that can be taken in whilst sunbathing on the grass in one of the most famous parks in Poland.

An event we’ve hosted before, bowling was a big success. We love the enthusiasm, energy and commitment our students show, not only in the classroom but at the bowling alley as well! When we went to play volleyball on the beach by the Wisła river, it was Poland vs. the rest of the world and Poland maintained its victory! We also like to go for a drink after some events to talk in a calm setting and relax on a summer evening. Warsaw is jam-packed with little pubs and bars, and it’s usually our students who show us their favourite ones to go to!

Last but not least, two of our students, Deize and William, from Brazil and Cuba respectively, taught us how to dance samba and bachata dancing and we later used our skills to dance until dawn in a club in town. What an experience! We are so lucky to be surrounded by so much diversity and have the opportunity to learn all about different cultures whilst sharing all about our own.

Easter is another time that our Polish language school for foreigners wants to share with our students. On Saturday 13th April workshops took place at two levels, A0-A1 and A2-B1, during which we talked about the tradition of celebrating Easter in Poland and in other Christian countries. What was very interesting for everyone was our custom ŚMIGUS DYNGUS, or pouring water on Easter Monday (more on this soon). Participants also shared facts about traditions from their countries, including: Brazil, Great Britain, France, Canada, Switzerland, Germany, Japan, and Vietnam. There was a lot of laughter and fun, but also some new Polish language knowledge. In addition, our students prepared Easter cards and cut coloured baskets out of paper, decorating our school with their works! Thank you!


On Friday, 15th we hosted our Valentines event and it was, of course, a lot of fun. We first played 4 rounds of ‘blind date’ (‘randka w ciemno’) and the winners together with their match of each round went on to play other small games… the winners received a voucher of 100zł for a cafe. The voucher was cut into two pieces, however, so in order to redeem the prize, the pair has to go there together!!

We later on opened letters that we received from secret admirers that they had put in our Valentines Box during the past couple of weeks in school.

It was another beautiful event and we hope to see you all on the next one! Thank you for coming and now have a look at the pictures to see our event for yourselves!

25th January 2019 (Friday), 6PM

KLUB DIALOGU Polish Language School invites you for a free of charge trail lesson – A0 for beginners. It will be a great opportunity to see for yourself that Polish with us is not a nightmare ?. You can observe our teaching methods and get familiar with teaching materials. You`ll also have the possibility to talk to a teacher and other students, who have the same doubts as you. You can`t miss this chance!

Sign up first at or call on +48 664 788 004

When?: 25th January (Friday), 6PM

Where?: KLUB DIALOGU Polish Language School, Warsaw, 55 Aleje Jerozolimskie Street, flat 4

POLISH – We make it possible –

Saturday 8th December a unique, free conversation class took place at our school. The theme of the meeting was Christmas and Christmas traditions. We shared our customs with students, and students told us about theirs. It was a great opportunity to meet each other in less formal circumstances. There was a lot of fun, but also useful knowledge. Thanks to all who came.

Friday 9th November

Our event on Friday was such a success. Thank you to everyone that came and made it so special – how wonderful to celebrate Poland with you all! On the pictures we’re playing ‘kalambury’ (charades) – we didn’t go crazy.
What’s more, thank you to everyone who made a video/photo contribution for our competition. Congrats to Alex who won!!

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