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Level A2

I want to make order in my grammar. I want to write texts. I am interested!

COURSES DURING THE SCHOOL-YEAR  2018/2019

Intensive course in Norwegian level A2 (100 hours in 4 weeks)  Oktober 28th 2019 (Mon) – November 22nd 2019 (Fri)
4 weeks, 5 days a week, 08.00-12.05
character of the course: in the class, in Wroclaw, Poland
price: 3500 PLN
status of this course: Planned, You are welcome!

Intensive course in Norwegian level A2 (100 hours in 4 weeks)  January 07th 2020 (Tue) – January 31st 2020 (Fri)
4 weeks, 5 days a week, 16.00-20.05
character of the course: in the class, in Wroclaw, Poland
price: 3500 PLN
status of this course: Planned, You are welcome!

Intensive course in Norwegian level A2 (100 hours in 4 weeks)  March 30th 2020 (Mon) – April 30th 2020 (Thu)
4 weeks, 5 days a week, 08.00-12.05
character of the course: in the class, in Wroclaw, Poland
price: 3500 PLN
status of this course: Planned, You are welcome!

Intensive course in Norwegian level A2 (100 hours in 4 weeks)  June 01st 2020 (Mon) – June 26th 2020 (Fri)
4 weeks, 5 days a week, 08.00-12.05
character of the course: in the class, in Wroclaw, Poland
price: 3500 PLN
status of this course: Planned, You are welcome!

 

 

What makes the course good?
The teacher, Wojtek Bolanowski, helds courses of this type (100 hours in a month) from the autumn 2008. His ambition is to master teaching techniques that give the student sure result. But not only teachers experience and personality make a good course. The clue is to meet well motivated colleagues. 100% of students have high motivation.

What do you must have…
Candidate for a course must have a positive approach to learning and must have an “open” personality and be in good mood. The first course is an intensive language training, including pronunciation training. The stress is not to talk your native language at all.

Do we use English during the lesson?
We use Norwegian only. However, some explanations may be given in written in English or Polish. Teacher can also speak Russian. The teacher can advise you after the lesson in English.

What kind activities will we have?
The most important is to talk with the others, use good language, and pronounce correctly. This course will give you also a comprehensive training in writing texts. Practice in listening is the third “most important”. Yes, we will read too, a little. Teacher’s goal is to make your skills highest possible and balanced.

Which books do we use?
Original, popular books printed in Norway. “Mot målet A2” is the book for this course. However, we do not focus on the book. The teacher is too experienced and he can make you active!

What about my progress?
It is ideal if you spend at home 2-3 hours a day to repeat the lesson and make homeworks. If you do this, you can be sure to reach level A2 in all types of skills: listening, reading, writing and talking. You will be ready to take Norskprøve and get results A2. There are classification tests during the last days of this course to show You that the result is real.

May I get individual lessons? I feel myself too good/too weak to join a group course…
There are no individual lessons. Groups count from 4 to 10 persons and there are no “weak students”. If you really are veeeery weak, the teacher will communicate it to you after some few days and you will be advised to stop. Money for the following days will be paid back.

What is the price?
Price of the course of 100 hours is about 700 Euro. It is about 7 EURO for 45 minutes in a small group. It is really much cheaper than in Norway! And it will give you a good language and good pronunciation.

I do not believe it.
We understand you. You do not need to believe anything what you read here. Find our students in Norway. Probability is high because it is about 1000 well qualified persons, mostly Polish, who have learnt Norwegian here. Try to find them. Ask them.

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