Learn Polish

The original app that allows you to learn Polish free, easily and quickly.

Easy App

Easy Polish App

Simple, intuitively and elegantly designed, Fun Easy Learn redefines the way Polish is learned as a foreign language. It’s the best choice both for those who learn better visually and for those who are more responsive to auditive learning.

Free Download

Free Download

Learn Polish 6,000 Words app is available totally free of charge. There is no catch and you have unrestricted access to the entire 6,000-word vocabulary. Just click the above Google Play Store – Free Download button.

Extensive Vocabulary

Extensive Polish Vocabulary

Our app avails a vocabulary of 6,000 words for you to learn Polish free. They are not randomly chosen, but carefully selected and logically categorized into more than 140 thematic topics.

4 tuition components

5 Learning Components

For each word, you have the Polish word in print, its professional translation into your native language, word pronunciation, phonetic transcription and an accompanying image illustrating that word in a descriptive manner.

142 Thematic Topics

140 Thematic Topics

While other apps for learning Polish may be restricted to a limited number of thematic topics, our software comprises 140 topics covering a wide range of everyday situations.

3 Difficulty Levels

3 Difficulty Levels

There are 3 levels of difficulty, for beginners, intermediate learners, and advanced students. The Beginner level comprises 1,000 words of vocabulary. After mastering these, the Intermediate level unlocks, giving you access to another 2,000 words. Finally, upon completion of the Intermediate level, the Advanced level will unlock with yet a further 3,000 words.

Unique Learning Games

Unique Learning Games

Our learning games are not only unique, but also make language learning a lot of fun. There is a wide variety of games available, ranging from “Vocabulary” to “Match Words”, “Write Word”, “Listen & Choose” and many others.

Spin the Wheel

Spin Categories

Learning Polish vocabulary is even more fun if you can do so in an entertaining manner. Our app can choose a topic, sub-topic and associated learning game at random by way of a “Spin Categories” feature.

Many Learning Languages

Many Languages

All the words of the app were translated in the following languages: English, Turkish, Korean, Russian, German, Arabic, Chinese, Thai, Ukrainian, Portuguese, French, Spanish, Italian, Romanian, Japanese, Hindi, Indonesian, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Greek, Czech, Brazilian Portuguese etc. So you can choose your native language in order to learn Polish.


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Having a goal to reach gy totting up scores to next level is really motivating

Kay Wright

This has helped me so much!!!! I recommend it to everyone!

Steve Burns

This app is brilliant- the best app I’ve found for learning languages. The games are fun and make learning the vocabulary much easier than learning word lists.

Kirsty Evans

Excellent and easy!!!

Adeline Meunier

App very well to learn Polish vocabulary…

Francesco Mariani

Why Learn Polish?

Polish is one of the most interesting languages in the world and it sounds like music or poetry when spoken. The language is native to Poland country. However, the Polish people have spread evenly across European countries. This makes the language to be available in many countries especially in the Europe. Pole is the biggest country in the Eastern Europe with over 30 million people. It is, therefore, highly likely that the country can be a destination for tourism.

A large percentage of Polish people are found in many European countries. Historically, they have played an important role in the development of the United States. They are also found in Brazil, France, and many other countries. Immigration has made it possible for these Polish speaking people to be found largely in many countries. Some countries such as Greece and Egypt study Polish as part of official languages. In Austria, some signs in hotels are marked with Polish language. Prior to 1918, Russia, Austria, and Germany were territories of Polish speaking countries. This shows that the language has gained recognition in many countries and has roots from many countries.

Although Polish is perceived as the toughest language to learn, it is equally believed that the knowledge of this language can help one to gain insight into languages that are related to Slavic language. These include Czech and Slovak. Therefore, to learn Polish has got benefits of getting a grasp of other languages.

There are many reasons why learn this interesting language. The Polish people are friendly people and so easy to get close to. Learning their language will make it simple for you to integrate with them in their cultural activities. You will be able to form a friendship with such people. Not every country has adopted the use of English as a medium of communication. Some countries like Poland still emphasises it as the medium.

With the Polish people populating European countries, it is crucial to learn their native language for easy communication with them. For those who love travelling to other countries in Europe this language may be beneficial and a key to interact with multiple numbers of people.

The other reason to learn Polish may be the interest of cultural exchange. If you are intrigued by cultural activities done in Poland then learning this language may be the first step towards exchanging cultures. You can also interact culturally with Polish people who have migrated to other countries.

To learn Polish language may also be enticing to those who aspire to master European languages. Again, for those who want career opportunities in Poland would find learning this language so interesting and beneficial. The language is almost similar to learning other European languages such as German, Spanish, and French.