Levels of the Polish language course

Poziomy zaawansowania języka polskiego

Levels of advancement in Polish The Polish language course for foreigners at Bla-Bla School has been divided into 6 levels: from a course for beginners who are just starting their adventure with the Polish language, to a course for people who are fluent in Polish, for whom it is a tool of work (e.g. for officials, editors, lecturers). Our original teaching methods and experienced native speakers guarantee the success of our students.

  • Beginner (0-A1)
  • Basic (A1-A2)
  • Intermediate (B1-B2)
  • Above Intermediate (B2-C1)
  • Advanced (C1)
  • Proficient (C2)

Level A1

The student knows how to introduce themselves, ask a simple question and answer it. They can express a simple request, wish, ask for help, know basic courtesy phrases. They understand simple statements, can write single expressions and sentences.


  • introducing oneself description of characteristics and appearance of people
  • asking for address, phone number, nationality, origin, age, profession and occupation
  • operating basic phrases in terms of shopping, eating, drinking, interests
  • establishing contact, asking and expressing well-being times of day, days of the week


  • conjugation of the verb to be
  • number and grammatical gender
  • adjectives, adverbs, personal pronouns,
  • prepositions conjugation -m, -sz , -ę ,-esz / -isz
  • double negation questions and denials numerals nominative of singular
  • nouns and adjectives verb in infinitive
  • present tense

Level A2

 The student can determine the topic of the listened statement, understands the main information contained in short contents. They can ask about simple matters related to everyday life, establish contacts, start, maintain and end conversations.


  • reporting the past,
  • talking about future plans
  • expressing preferences, dissatisfaction, recognition, compliments
  • determining location, asking for direction and way, names of directions
  • weather, seasons, names of months
  • expressing possibilities and abilities,
  • proposing a meeting,
  • accepting and rejecting proposals


  • meaning and use of verbs: know, know, can
  • accusative of singular nouns and adjectives,
  • personal pronouns in the accusative,
  • conjugation of verbs in the past tense
  • creating adverbs from adjectives
  • personal pronouns in the instrumental determining
  • time question about adjective and adverb instrumental of singular and plural

Level B1

The student can provide information and ask about most matters related to everyday life and functioning in their environment. They can describe people, objects, surroundings, express their opinions, feelings. They understand the general content of simple texts and the main threads of statements dealing with current affairs or related to their personal and professional interests. They can write short, coherent texts.


  • comparing and expressing opinions on a specific topic
  • describing the natural environment
  • expressing wishes, expectations
  • presenting and describing situations from the past
  • presenting descriptions of events, activities, experiences comparing objects, people, situations


  • use of verbs go, drive, ask, have to, need, worth, should
  • perfective and imperfective verbs
  • imperative mood
  • locative of singular and plural nominative and accusative of nouns and adjectives in the plural creating and using ordinal numerals
  • future tense of imperfective verbs

Poziom B2

The student freely conducts conversations on many general topics, expresses their opinions, expresses and justifies their point of view, presenting the advantages and disadvantages of various possibilities. They can conduct presentations, participate in recruitment talks, team meetings, etc. They understand most radio and television programs, social conversations, lectures. In speech and writing, they use the language precisely, adjusting the style of the message to its recipient.


  • expressing opinions and participating in discussions on such topics as: education, nature, human relations, traditions, culture, politics, religion, customs
  • expressing surprise, surprise asking for advice and giving advice


  • conjugation of nouns, adjectives, pronouns and numerals by cases in singular and plural conjugation of irregular nouns
  • conjugation of names and surnames
  • conjugation of verbs in the active, reflexive and passive voice
  • comparison of adjectives and adverbs creating and using impersonal forms of the verb
  • dative and vocative

Level C1

The student fluently and spontaneously uses the Polish language in all communication situations, conducting conversations on all topics. They formulate their thoughts, views, hypotheses precisely. In discussions, they can refer to the statements of other participants, cope well with their interjections, easily react to questions or reservations. They can separate the contents conveyed by the text from the implied contents. They understand the content of texts containing marked and idiomatic expressions. They can write longer forms of texts on various topics.


  • free discussions on social life, culture, economy, business, sports, nature, politics, norms and value systems
  • understanding long and complex texts: scientific articles, books
  • conducting presentations, lectures, speeches


  • conjugation of borrowed nouns
  • conjugation of irregular verbs
  • use of cases after rarely used verbs
  • use of the pronoun ‘się’ in sentences

Level C2

A student of a Polish language course for foreigners at level C2 easily understands and communicates at a professional level of language. They can discuss and create scientific and specialist content. Acquired skills allow them to prepare presentations, public appearances, scientific dissertations, press articles in advanced Polish.

Polish language course at Bla Bla School – FAQ

How do I know what level my knowledge of Polish is?

Determining your level of language proficiency is on our side. All you have to do is arrange a conversation with our consultant. During the meeting, you will be asked to present your language goals and solve the leveling test

What is the price of a Polish language course for foreigners at BLA-BLA SCHOOL?

The price of the course depends on several factors: the number of people in the group, the frequency of meetings, the form of classes. You will get to know the detailed offer by contacting our consultant: +48 792 765 335

How long does it take to learn Polish?

Language courses at Bla Bla School usually last 2 months and include 15-17 lessons of 1.5 h (2-3 meetings a week or 2 meetings on weekends).

Where do the classes take place?

Learning Polish at Bla-Bla School takes place in our headquarters, located in the very center of Warsaw (ul. Kopernika 30/329) or online.

Can I prepare for the State Examination in Polish as a foreign language at BLA-BLA SCHOOL?

Absolutely! Thanks to our lessons, you will confidently and stress-free approach the exam, at the end enjoying a positive result.

Do you run individual courses?

Yes! If you think that one-to-one meetings will be more beneficial for you, you can implement them at Bla-Bla School, together with the selected teacher.