Co po Duolingo? What after Duolingo? (+podcast)

Cześć! Jak leci?

Do you already know what you do when you finish Duolingo? Are you going to continue learning Polish or it was just a meaningless affair ? ;)

I know a lot of you love Duolingo for it's gaming factor but unfortunately everything good ends quickly (Wszystko co dobre, szybko się kończy :) )

If you like interactive exercises and you are looking for more, visit my website I upload new exercises almost every day there. You can improve your Polish with grammar, vocabulary, listening, reading and other exercises there.

Moreover, I record free podcasts for Beginners and also Intermediate and Advanced students of Polish. If you like learning Polish in the gym, doing the dishes or just walking - podcasts could be a nice boost for you! Here is the link:

If you like the resource (or you don't and you want to let me know), mail me with your feedback: I am also ready to help you with your Polish so don't hesitate to mail me there:)

Pozdrawiam serdecznie, Paulina

April 4, 2018


I love this complicate language,so of course i will continue to learn it even outside Duolingo.

For now my goal is to reach level 25 on Duolingo and i am still far away from it.

April 5, 2018

I see you are studying many many languages on Duolingo! Do you also study Polish apart of this platform? (Good luck with your goal! Powodzenia!)

April 5, 2018

At the moment I focus mostly on Polish and Italian on Duolingo.

Well,I am still beginner in Polish and I now mostly use Duolingo.Later I will try other resources.

Wielkie dzięki :)

April 5, 2018

Memrise has some good Polish Courses.

April 5, 2018

I like Memrise but I got bored with it after learning Spanish with it. I believe our brains need variety of resources, different techniques. The input should be fresh so we don't kill our motivation and learning skills with boredom :) Thank you for commenting!

April 5, 2018

Memrise is too repetitive and boring.

April 6, 2018

Indeed! That's the problem with flashcard apps. You don't focus on them, you don't stick them to your memory. "Raw" words are just stored somewhere in a chaotic way and if you are lucky you can find them when you need. It's like with a lost sock in a drawe full of single socks. You may be lucky but not always. Anyway, nowadays I use rather Memory Palace method with a notebook and I write plenty of sentences with the word I want to use. The sentences must be relevant to me, about my life or something interesting because if they aren't no need to memorize them. Although because of Duolingo I know how to say 'turtle" in at least 6 languages :D

April 6, 2018
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