Polish Language Resources
Polish belongs to the West-Slavic group of the Indo-European languages together with Czech and Slovak. It is the official language of Poland and is spoken by 50 million people wordwide. It is also the third most widely spoken Slavic language, after Russian and Ukrainian. Polish has developed a rich literature over the centuries.
Resources in the Language Resources Centre
Polish Resources Catalogue
The PDF file contains all resources for Polish that can be found in the Language Resources Centre. It is divided into 3 categories:
- Audio CD/DVD
In the 'Notes' column you will find details of, for example, CDs that accompany textbooks and vice versa. Other information had been included throughout the catalogue to help identify a specific item if viewing these off-site.
Please note that these resources are offered on a reference-only basis.
A Guide to Polish, 10 Facts, Key Phrases, The Alphabet... your starter to learning Polish.
Polish Grammar / Sadowska Translations
The tables provided are a unique, ready-reference source for the students of Polish. They provide immediate answers to most general grammar questions quickly, eliminating time-consuming searches. Particularly valuable for beginner students is the "Pronunciation" section, where you will find recorded samples of Polish sounds and words.
Polish songs, dialogues, grammar and vocabulary
Learn Polish online
Alphabet and pronunciation, numbers, vocabulary and phrases, videos and podcasts.
Materials for Teaching and Learning
An index of many useful links for the Polish alphabet, pronunciation, basic phrases, grammar, listening, reading, testing your Polish, dictionaries and more.
Polish Language Website by the University of Pittsburgh
Offers a first year Polish course, a Polish-English Dictionary, a guide to Polish grammar as well as various downloadable PDFs and links.
Offers simple polish with vocabulary builders and games. Includes an Advanced section for those who wish to take their Polish a step further.
Polish Word of the Day
Polish Grammar by Grzegorz Jagodzinski
Comprehensive site explaining in detail linguistic aspects of the Polish language from phonetics to morphology and etymology. Excellent resource for understanding the Polish language. The detail is such that it is like reading a text book.
Digital Dialects - Polish Advanced
An interactive platform to practice your Polish skills in a playful way.
A fun and interactive website that offers dictionaries, exercises, tests and games.
Study Polish at King's
The web portal Culture.pl is a project of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute. It offers the cultural daily news as well as a comprehensive selection of encyclopedic articles on Polish artists and their creations. The website is available in Polish and English.
Polish Cultural Institute
Information Portal of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland
The polish Cultural Institute with its office situated - where else! - on Poland Street in Central London is dedicated to promoting cultural ties between the UK and Poland. It showcases contemporary Polish culture (visual arts, film, theatre, music and literature) for the audience in the UK. The website is available in English.
Index of links organised by topics related to Poland and its culture in English language.
Website for children about Poland in Polish, English and Chinese. Interactive and fun!
E.L. Easton Languages online
Information about Polish festivals, food, customs, religion etc.
Polish Connections UK
Arts, Business, Society, Culture and much more about Poland.
A number of Polish tongue-twisters to keep things fun!
Online platform about Polish theatre and upcoming productions.
Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego
Virtual Museum of the Warsaw Uprising website