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Royal Lazienki Park (Łazienki Królewskie) is a beautiful park, that is almost in the centre of Warsaw. The most important monuments within the park are: the Palace on the Water, the Theatre on the Water, the Old Orange, the Chopin Monument and Belveder. The Royal Łazienki Park was founded in the 17th century, but the current shape owes to king August Poniatowski (the last king of Poland, 1732-98). The park connects elements of French and English gardens. Throughout summer, below the Chopin monument, live Chopin music concerts are organised. 

In order to fully enjoy the charms of the Polish language and the most beautiful nature in Warsaw, during summer courses we will have lessons in the park, by the Vistula River and in the Old Town. Moreover, we will take you, among others, to a Chopin concert.

The photo comes from: (20+) Koncerty Chopinowskie w Łazienkach Królewskich | Warsaw | Facebook

SIMPLE POLISH GRAMMAR. Excuse me, how do I get to KLUB DIALOGU? 

‘I learned about it in the kitchen’, meaning why is it worth learning Polish?

Warsaw is a dynamic, multicultural city.  Global corporations operate here, which means that both Poles and foreigners alike work in Warsaw.  Very often people speak English at work because it is the official language in the office.  It is interesting that in such a situation the Polish language becomes an informal language: Poles like to talk to their colleagues about private matters in Polish.  This also means that the Polish language helps in integrating with other people from work who speak Polish. If you work near Rondo Daszyńskiego, you can easily reach us.

‘Excuse me, how do I get to KLUB DIALOGU?’.  Learn the meaning of selected ‘motion verbs’

Żeby dojechać do Szkoły KLUB DIALOGU, proszę wsiąść do tramwaju 22 lub 24 na Rondzie Daszyńskiego, przejechać 4 przystanki, wysiąść na przystanku Dworzec Centralny, przejść przez ulicę, dojść do bramy wejściowej, wybrać kod, wejść schodami na pierwsze piętro i przejść przez próg lokalu numer 4. Dzieli nas zaledwie 15 minut!

Czasowniki ruchu w języku polskim są bardzo interesujące. O tym, w którym kierunku będziemy się poruszać, informuje prefiks (mała cząstka, która jest na początku). Najpopularniejsze czasowniki to czasowniki ruchu, na przykład: iść (pieszo/na piechotę), jechać (np. tramwajem) oraz wsiąść (do jakiegoś środka transportu).

The grammar of the Polish language is very logical, and the teachers at the KLUB DIALOGU School are great at explaining it during Polish language courses.  Learning Polish is enjoyable, and using the acquired skills is very satisfying, for example when we understand what is gossiped about in work kitchens and canteens ;).
Our school’s offer can be found HERE.

M for Metro.  Works of Wojciech Fangor in Warsaw

Have you seen the M-shaped entrances to the Metro in Warsaw?  Or maybe you noticed the names of the stations: Świętokrzyska, Uniwersytet or Rondo ONZ?  These are things that reveal Wojciech Fangor’s character.

Wojciech Fangor

Wojciech Fangor (1922 – 2015) – a well-known Polish painter, draftsman, sculptor and poster artist.  He is considered one of the last “great masters” of the 20th century.  In the early 1960s, he became famous for his ‘pulsating’ painting – abstract paintings that gave the impression of movement.  His painting experiments were groundbreaking not only in Poland, but likewise in art around the globe.

The works of this famous Varsovian can be found in various places in the city.  Only 300 meters from KLUB DIALOGU Polish Language School there are other, often ignored by passers-by, Fangor accents that decorate our surroundings.  An ordinary subway journey to a Polish language course can be a time to encounter colourful mosaics.  What are we talking about here?

It’s worth looking around!

The mosaics that decorate the Warsaw Śródmieście Railway Station were entered into the national register of monuments last year.  In total, there are 52 ceiling mosaics – it’s worth looking up sometimes!  – as well as 27 mosaics that are in the halls and in the former waiting rooms along the side platforms.  The tiles were made in the Faience Works in Włocławek, and some of the necessary dyes were even imported from Italy.

Meet Wojciech Fangor at exhibitions!

For fans of Fangor and art lovers, the Polish Language School KLUB DIALOGU has good news!  Until March 2023, you can see two exhibitions celebrating the 100th anniversary of the artist’s birth: ‘Fangor.  Poza Obraz‘ in Gdańsk and ‘Fangor. Wielowymiarowy’ at the Centre of Contemporary Art in Warsaw

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From reverie to celebration.  Have you already experienced Polish holidays and parties celebrated in November and December?

November is behind us, which is considered by many Poles to be the bluest month.  While it begins with reflection and memories (Day of the Dead), it ends mysteriously, magically, and joyfully.

‘Andrzejki’ – Polish fun for unmarried women

Andrzejki is a very popular holiday among Poles.  In the past, on the night of November 29-30, on the eve of Saint Andrew the Apostle, unmarried girls did fortune-telling in the hope of finding or winning their beloved man.  Today, anyone can do fortune-telling, and thanks to good fun, the tradition remains very much alive.  Fortune telling can be made from cast wax into a bowl through a keyhole, shoes, cards, or everyday objects placed in a row.

The KLUB DIALOGU Polish School for Foreigners hosted a fantastic St. Andrew’s Day event for our students.  The teachers in the role of fairies were just as great as during Polish language lessons.  And some of the predictions came true 100%.

‘Barbórka’ – Polish feast of miners and steelworkers

Another important day in the Polish calendar is December 4.  It is the day of Saint Barbara, the patron saint of miners.  Barbórka is the feast of Saint Barbara, very grandly celebrated primarily in Silesia, where the largest number of mines are located.

Do you know the animated Polish fairy tale for children ‘Bolek and Lolek among the miners’?  It’s a cult fairy tale, so it’s worth watching, although it doesn’t use Polish.  We can deduce from it how important mining was to the Polish economy in the 1950s – 1980s, and the term “black gold” for coal remains to this day.

Motorsports enthusiasts probably know the ‘Barbórka Rally’, which ends the rally season.  This year, the rally will be held for the 60th time!  The schedule of the Warsaw races can be found HERE.

‘Mikołajki’ – this Polish holiday is awaited by both the young and old

Throughout the year, both the young and old wait for the arrival of Santa Claus during Christmas.  In Poland, we have great news for all impatient people!  On December 6th, we celebrate ‘mikołajki’!  The custom itself has been known on Polish lands for a long time, and until the 19th century, December 6 was even a day off from work.  Now, ‘mikołajki’ is most often celebrated in schools for children, community centres, but also in the KLUB DIALOGU Polish School for Foreigners. We give each other small gifts.  This is great Polish fun, bringing a lot of joy.

New Year’s Eve (‘Sylwester’) is the inevitable end of the year

The year ends with ‘sylwester’!  The last night of December took its name from the name day of New Year’s Eve and the liturgical memory of Pope Sylwester I. On this holiday in Poland, we want to close the calendar year without disputes and debts.  How else can we bring happiness to the coming year?  One way is not cleaning on December 31st.  The reason is very simple – by sweeping dust, we can also sweep happiness!  Air bubbles in a glass of champagne can also have a symbolic meaning – large, irregular, and chaotic ones mean many changes, small bubbles mean balance in personal life and good health.  Certainly, each bubble is a representation of success in learning Polish ?!

Language trivia – check if you know

Did you know that the names of Polish games, customs, and rituals are written with a small letter: andrzejki, mikołajki, sylwester (even if they come from the name – Andrzej, Mikołaj or Sylwester).  Barbórka is a Polish holiday, which is why we write it with a capital letter.

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Sad events in the world took over the beginning of 2022. KLUB DIALOGU report

The year 2022 was full of many events that, from a global point of view, have had tragic consequences.  Of course, we are talking about Russia’s unjustified invasion of Ukraine and the cruel war being waged against the country’s civilians.  We also remember the huge wave of refugees on the border, terrorised by the Belarusian authorities and treated in no less cruel way by the Polish authorities. Read the KLUB DIALOGU report and learn more.

Action taken by KLUB DIALOGU School

The KLUB DIALOGU school categorically opposes all these tragic events, not only in word but also in deed.  When the first protests began under the slogan: ‘Stop torture at the border!’ – we couldn’t miss it.  Walking through the streets of Warsaw, we wanted to express that we show solidarity with people who are hurt, whose chance for a normal life is taken away just because they were born in a country affected by war or a humanitarian crisis.

The war in Ukraine mobilised us to: initiate the collection of things and money for its inhabitants, organise free Polish language courses, participate in humanitarian convoys, take home refugees, and many, many other activities.  See our blog post.

KLUB DIALOGU manifesto

KLUB DIALOGU’s manifesto is simple and unambiguous.  We, as employees of the KLUB DIALOGU Polish School for Foreigners, which is not only an educational institution, but also a meeting place for people from different continents and cultures, cannot accept a situation where the law and international conventions are broken.

We would also like to thank OUR STUDENTS who supported and continue to support our initiatives – it is thanks to you that we can learn tolerance and openness.  Thank you for your lessons for us and for being you!

We are constantly working for you and organising new Polish language courses

Despite these sad events, the KLUB DIALOGU Polish Language School for Foreigners was constantly working, organising Polish courses at all levels from A0 (for beginners) to B2 (advanced).  During the year, classes were held on a regular basis (mainly in the evenings, 2-3 times a week).

The summer holiday period (June, July, August) turned this structure upside down as usual ?.  Intensive courses prevailed (3 hours a day, every day), and students could additionally learn Polish, have fun, and chat during unique integration events.  This year we invited our students to: KLUB DIALOGU’s birthday party, a trip to the Zoo in Łódź, bowling, silent disco dances and salsa, and canoeing on the Wkra River.  See the summer holiday movie.

Polish as a foreign language exam at B1 level

In 2022, we managed to conduct 4 exams for the State Certificate in Polish as a Foreign Language at B1 level.  190 people took part in four examination sessions appointed by the State Commission (in February, March, June, and November), and 179 passed the test and received the Certificate. Congratulations!

You too can take the exam and get the Certificate.  Check the dates of the B1 exams in 2023 and the courses preparing for this exam.  terminy egzaminów na B1 w 2023 roku oraz kursy przygotowujące do tego egzaminu. Check out.

The presentation of Polish films during Film Evenings has become a tradition

Throughout the year, we invited the school to Film Evenings, during which Polish films with English subtitles were presented.  It is a great opportunity to learn about the culture and lifestyle of Poles, as well as to understand their mentality.

And as of December, we have the pleasure of inviting everyone to see Polish films at the Wisła Cinema.  PFFF: ‘Polish Films For Foreigners’ is a series of Polish films prepared in cooperation with the Wisła Cinema, Polonicum, and the School of Polish Language for Foreigners KLUB DIALOGU.

 Thank you for being with us!

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We believe that the history of KLUB DIALOGU School is woven

from thousands of our students’ stories and the passion and commitment of our teachers,

for which we thank you very much!


We are experts in teaching Polish as a foreign language. We guarantee:

  • The highest quality
  • Unconventional lessons
  • Competent service

Our mission is to help you adapt to life in Poland in the best possible way, by overcoming communication barriers, therefore enabling free conversation in private life and at work. We also enable you to obtain the State B1 Certificate.


KLUB DIALOGU is a unique School where we teach Polish to foreigners at all levels:

Our one-year program will increase your chances of obtaining a student visa.

We adapt the form of learning Polish to the needs and expectations of students – we perfectly understand that some people are motivated by attending group classes with friends, and others – individual learning of the Polish language. Some will acquire knowledge better at school, others do not want to spend time commuting, so we offer online lessons. The Polish KLUB DIALOGU school is here for you.



We would like to thank our Students for the trust they have placed in us!  It is thanks to you that – once again (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022) – we have received a unique distinction: EAGLES OF EDUCATION 2023, which is the highest rating of satisfaction with the quality of teaching Polish as a foreign language, obtaining a score of 9.7/10. Thus, we have maintained our leading position among Polish language schools for foreigners, setting standards in teaching.


The Polish KLUB DIALOGU School was also recognised by CULTURE TRIP as the best institution offering Polish as a foreign language. You can read more here.


  • We have been following innovative ways in teaching Polish as a foreign language for over 19 years.
  • We combine many years of experience with modern apparatus (interactive boards, audio and video recordings, internet applications, blog).
  • The classes are conducted with passion and commitment. We focus on effective communication skills.
  • The effectiveness of our method of teaching Polish is confirmed by student evaluations. 98% would recommend our school to their friends.
  • KLUB DIALOGU School is a Centre authorised to hold the B1 Certificate Examination.



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We believe that teaching Polish to foreigners is not only about how to master grammar structures and vocabulary. Language is culture – everyday life, customs, literature, history, art. Without knowing the culture, it is impossible to fully understand the country and function in the Polish environment.

That is why we organise various kinds of events during which we share our ‘Polishness’. Studying at a Polish language school is also an opportunity to make new friends and open up to new experiences.

What else distinguishes us from other Polish language schools in Warsaw? Read on.




Understood as full acceptance of the differences between cultures, openness to the exchange of ideas, and a willingness to get to know each other.



Highly qualified teachers specialising in Polish as a foreign language and a team of methodologists ensure the highest level of teaching.



The adjusted level and method of learning allow you to effectively use your time and maximise your return on investment.



We love our culture, tradition, and Polish language! That is why we share this passion during workshops and cultural meetings.


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We know that the Polish language is not easy, but we have a solution! During all lessons, we mainly use Polish, thanks to which from the very beginning you learn to communicate in direct situations, such as: a visit to the doctor or an interview.

With each successive class, you acquire new knowledge and skills. Everything takes place under the watchful eye of our teachers.


At the School of Polish, classes are conducted based on various forms of learning. We supplement the knowledge from the textbook with educational games, internet applications, drilling, and group dialogues. In addition, we use audio and video materials as well as practical outdoor Polish lessons. All this gives an excellent and direct effect in the learning process. Lessons cannot be boring, and the Polish language is supposed to be fun!

The school has the most modern equipment. Each room has an interactive whiteboard, computer, microphone, and camera.

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Polish as a foreign language is taught in different ways. Thanks to many years of experience, the KLUB DIALOGU School in Warsaw has developed an original curriculum. This program is based on a precise division of levels (from A0 to B2) into smaller modules (from 1 to 17). As a result, each student learns according to the specific level. We check acquired knowledge and recommend further learning methods.


We understand that when learning Polish, students have different goals, expectations, and needs. That is why we have prepared a number of specialised courses that expand the knowledge and skills acquired during standard classes. These include: grammar, phonetics, and preparation for the B1 certificate exam. Thanks to these courses, the Polish language becomes rich and comprehensive, and learning Polish becomes an adventure and pleasure!

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Individual & group classes
Specialised courses
Skype lessons


Individual & group classes
Specialised courses
Skype lessons




Klub Dialogu has delivered substantially beyond my expectations in nearly every category of service, from office management to conduct of my lessons. The office staff is eminently professional, making changes to my weekly schedule and other administrative matters have been simple and straightforward

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What was very helpful were the intensive weekend courses and the practical lessons on the street and in shops and restaurants. I very much enjoyed the trip to Kazimierz, driving through the landscape, experiencing that it was possible to have a conversation in Polish with the whole group and getting to know other people in the same situation

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How to learn Polish? Some say it takes years or is impossible. Well, how to learn Polish language easily and how to speak Polish? Learn Polish in Warsaw in KLUB DIALOGU Polish language school for foreigners! Learning Polish has never been so fun and effective.