Ul. Bronowicka 37
Pon – czw : 8:00 do 21:00
Pt : 8:00 do 20:00
My name is Ewa Kołaczek-Fila. At Prolog I teach at various levels of proficiency. Maybe you will also meet me during qualifications or at consultations. I am interested in good literature, Polish painting and travelling around Europe.
Ewa is the author of „Fonetyka“, „Survival Polish Crashcourse“, and „Gry i Zabawy Językowe“.
I have obtained in PhD degree in Polish Linguistic at the Jagiellonian University. Apart from my fascination with wonderful world of Polish morphosyntax, I am also interested in teaching methodologies for Polish as foreign language. In my free time I enjoy roaming in the Tatra Mountains (or further) and reading books. I am also a mum of a beautiful one-year-old daughter.
I’ve been teaching Polish for ages. I love it because it’s a challenge for both: for teacher and for student who is studying one of the most difficult langauges in the world.
I am interested in new methods of learning foreign languages. I like sports, music, literature, good movies and most of all travelling. I am fascinated by obscure cultures and languages.
Uczę języka angielskiego, a w Prologu uczę obcokrajowców języka polskiego. Praca ze studentami nieustannie sprawia mi dużą przyjemność. Uczenie polskiego to dla mnie poznawanie ludzi z różnych miejsc i wielu kultur. Uwielbiam czytać. Jestem fanką sportu i kiedy tylko mogę, wyjeżdżam w góry. Z Krakowa to niedaleko!
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!
Language as a phenomenon has fascinated me for as long as I can remember. When I was a six-year-old girl, I was lying in bed thinking: How is it possible that “stół“ (table) could have a different name in another language or even languages? Stół is just stół, and that’s it!
A graduate at the Department of Russian Philology at the Univeristy of Rzeszów and the Faculty of Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University. An examiner of The State Examination in Polish as a foreign language. Always eager to show students the ways of combining Polish language with Polish culture. Likes travelling and Slavic Folklore.