Polsky jazik ot Ruski?
Any tips on learning Polish from Russian? I know Doulingo doesn't offer this, but it would be nice if it did. Any tips on how to do this? I am watching Polish you tubers and can sort of read words.
Just collect a Team of people knowing both languages. Ask Duolingo for opening this course. Spend some years filling it with information. Voila.
I just know a little bit of Russian, but it is actually pretty similar to Polish, with some notable differences, just written in cyrilics and not in latin alphabet. In a way cyrilics are a shorthand notation for Polish, as, for example, "я" translates to "ja", "ш" is "sz" and "щ" is "szcz". The grammar seems to be running quite close as well, but I'm no expert on this topic. The Polish course on Duolingo would be a good start, however that's in English. You can pick up some vocabulary on this site https://babadum.com/ , this youtube channel seems pretty good and it's ment for Russians who want to learn Polish https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5IlZVWqpOpKDS_BnJjFj4g and this video is specifically directed towards your question https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quO3tGHLzxA. I would imagine there must be at least a few Russian self-learn books for Polish, there are a couple listed here but I don't know if they are any good https://propolski.com/2018/10/04/podstawowe-podreczniki-do-nauki-polskiego/ . Hope this helps, if it does then let me know and I'll try to find some more of what you found useful.
I know russian- I mean I've learnt it in the school. That was many years ago, and I was shure that I've forgotten everything. One month ago I started to listen audiobooks in russian (audioknigi :D ) on the youtube- garri potter- and I realized that I understand almost everything- and this is so easy to find out what is she reading about. But movies and series are too difficult to me (I have the same problem with english). So maybe you can try like me.
Movies and series are always the hardest ones to understand - I don't why people always downplay it as the easiest part.
I can't say I can give any tips tailored for Russian to Polish, but, as a Brit, I have found it useful to keep a journal pretty much dedicated to cunjunction words & phrases: "In this respect..", "as for...", "when it comes to...", etc. I like to think these are particularly good for self-morale, as, once you learn them, you can't help but think "Nice, I've got 40% of any conversation down".
It's also worth looking venturing into the historical side, just to provide momentum and foster your curiosity a bit more; treat it as a multi-faceted project, so the study feels 'lived in' and flavoured. I'd imagine you're in a good starting position already, what with already speaking a slavic (though east-slavic) language.