Is it worth learning Polish?

This is one of the most frequently asked questions. You do not know how long will you stay in Poland? Are you afraid it is a waste of time?

You are waiting for your adventure in Poland or already experiencing it. If you are one of those people who has doubts and does not know if it is worth learning Polish, we invite you to read further.

  1. You will find a better job.
    Currently, there are few jobs, where a minimum of communication is needed. They are usually production plants. Every other job requires contact with a colleague at work and with a client. Writing mails, creating contracts, negotiating – to do this you must feel confident and speak Polish fluently.
  2. You invest in yourself and your future.
    Are you waiting for 2020 to be able to go to Germany and take a job there? Do you prefer to start learning German? We are convinced that you will meet many Polish people in your potential new workplace. It may turn out that they could help you on many issues if only they could understand you. For example, your wife is still working in Szczecin. And these polish people are going to Szczecin every day because they do not want to be apart from their families and, as you may know, because of the thigher cost of living in Germany.
  3. You will believe how much more you can.
    You will master the Polish language very quickly. You can not hide, learning the language to the best exercise for the brain. And before you know it, you’ll be able to watch movies in the cinema, do the job in the office or simply do some shopping in the nearest grocery.
  4. Own company.
    Maybe in your home country you had your own company? You’ve made the first steps in Poland, but you miss your business. Of course, you can use the services of a translator, but you know very well that some things can be better said without an intermediary.

Is it worth learning Polish or not? We hope that the above-mentioned arguments leave no illusions!