Wednesday and/or Friday
12.00–13.10 (4-6 y.o.) – subscribe and pay
15.30–16.15 (7-9 y.o.) – subscribe and pay
16.25–17.10 (10-12 y.o.) – subscribe and pay
instructor: Karolina Szaturska
fee: PLN 25/ 30 min – 1 x week or PLN 20/30 min – 2 x week (4-6 y.o.), PLN 30/45 min (7-12 y.o.)
room: Babel, 204, 2nd floor (Fri)

Wednesday and/or Friday
adults, seniors
13.20–14.05 (seniors A1/A2+) – subscribe and pay
18.30–20.00 (adults, general group B1/B2) – subscribe and pay
fee: PLN 35/45 min – 1 x week or PLN 30/45 min – 2 x week – seniors, PLN 40/60 min – 1 x week, PLN 80/120 min – 2 x week – adults
room: Babel, 204, 2nd floor (Fri)

Wednesday and/or Friday
children, teenagers
English: primary school final exam
17.20–18.20 – subscribe and pay
fee: PLN 40/60 minutes – 1 x week, PLN 80/120 min – 2 x week
room: Babel, 204, 2nd floor (Fri)

You can register for the chosen classes by sending an e-mail to: angielskiwkadrze@gmail.com
We invite you to English classes! The ability to use this all-present language opens up very wide doors to the world and its culture, opportunities for travel, learning new knowledge or working abroad.
When learning a language, it is very important to use the students’ natural abilities so that they can enjoy the process and its long-lasting effects. During the classes, we are going to use a wide variety of techniques: posters, slides, colourful boards, projects that combine art and language for visual learners, songs and sound activities for auditory learners, as well as language games away from the desk for kinaesthetic learners. Older kids can also take part in language games and quizzes, which are going to help them learn the secrets of English grammar in an attractive way. The classes are a lot of fun and very active, always taught in the broadest possible practical context.
We also invite you to English lessons for adults, taught in an atmosphere that helps to open up to speaking in English, with the use of multimedia and many materials in the original language version, which help us to directly plug into the English-speaking culture and make the classes even richer.