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Graduate of the Jagiellonian University at Polish Philology and Teaching Polish as a Foreign Language (2009). Scholarship at the University of Stockholm, Sweden. Recently I ‘chase’ a class of indeclinable nouns which has emerged in Polish, while doing my PhD research. Apart from my fascination with the wonderful world of Polish morphosyntax, I am also interested in teaching methodologies for Polish as a foreign language. In my free time I enjoy roaming in the Tatra mountains (or further) and reading books.

Hello everybody! My name is Ewa Kołaczek - Fila. At Prolog, I teach at various levels of proficiency. Maybe you will also meet me during the placement test or at consultations. I'm interested in good literature, Polish painting and travelling around Europe. See you in class! Pozdrawiam gorąco.

I've been working in Prolog for ages. I like meeting new people and listen to them and their "stories". I belive that language is a perfect tool of communication and it is exactly what I expect from my students in the classroom - that they speak!

Mam na imię Agnieszka. Uczę angielskiego w Prologu od roku 1999. Uczę też polskiego obcokrajowców, co daje mi możliwość poznawania ludzi z całego świata. Lubię swoją pracę, gdyż łączy moje dwie pasje: języki i obcowanie z ludźmi. Poznaję życie moich uczniów i kulturę ich krajów. Tak naprawdę każda osoba, nawet ta na pozór bardzo zwyczajna, ma do opowiedzenia coś interesującego. Uwielbiam muzykę, a moja ulubiona grupa to „The Rolling Stones”! Lubię też pływać, śpiewać, prowadzić samochód i czytać książki. Interesuję się zwierzętami. Jednak najbardziej na świecie lubię spędzać czas z moją ukochaną czteroletnią córką. Ona zaczęła się uczyć angielskiego kiedy miała roczek!

Graduate of the Pedagogical Academy, Krakow, in French and Italian. She has been involved with the Jagellonian University Polish Language and Culture Summer School and Prolog Language School since 1996, and is a French teacher and translator as well as a teacher of Polish as a foreign language. Her interests include literature and painting, and she spends her free time in the countryside.

My students call me "Mrs Genitive" (and what that means, you will find out in class. I encourage you to join in!). In others as well as in me, I value a sense of humour the most. It helps - and not just when analyzing Polish grammar!"