W czasie zawieszenia zajęć/For the time of class suspension

Odwiedź/Please visit



Grammar time – Who or whom


Hello Guys!

Today is Grammar Tuesday.

Here is a grammar tip for you ;) Supposing you have some doubts about English Wh- words, such as Who and whom, you should find these tips helpful!

Have a look at the explanation of the usage of who and whom.

Next week we will provide you with grammar exercises. Have fun!

A little bit of grammar on Grammar Tuesday!



6 Minute English -  Coronavirus vs other pandemics




18 XII 2020

Wishing you a nice day and….only positive thinking

"No matter what you're going through, there's a light at the end of the tunnel and it may seem hard to get to it but you can do it and just keep working towards it and you'll find the positive side of things.”

Demi Lovato


TED Talk  

17 XII 2020

Hello on Thursday TED Talk.

Let’s talk about…why we should read Charles Dickens!

Why should you read Charles Dickens?, by Iseult Gillespie.

The starving orphan seeking a second helping of gruel. The spinster wasting away in her tattered wedding dress. The stone-hearted miser plagued by the ghost of Christmas past. More than a century after his death, these remain recognizable figures from the work of Charles Dickens. But what are the features of Dickens' writing that make it so special? Iseult Gillespie investigates.



 16 XII 2020

(Revising something, such as a plan, from the beginning, typically after it has failed.)

We need to go back to the drawing board on this project. I think it had some fundamental flaws from the start.


Grammar time – Transitive or intransitive verbs

15 XII 2020

Hello Guys!

Today is Grammar Tuesday   

Here is a grammar tip for you. Supposing you have some doubts about English verbs, such as transitive and intransitive, you should find these tips helpful!

Have a look at the explanation of the usage of transitive and intransitive verbs.

Next week we will provide you with grammar exercises. Have fun!

A little bit of grammar on Grammar Tuesday! 



 6 Minute English - Why do we choose to text instead of talk?

14 XII 2020



TED Talk

10 XII 2020

Have you started baking your Christmas cookies yet?:)


Grammar time –  Make and do verbs – part 2

08 XII 2020

Hello Guys!
Today is Grammar Tuesday. As we promised last week, today you can focus on some grammar practice. Do the following tasks on make and do verbs and have fun!
A little bit of grammar on Grammar Tuesday!

Online teaching and online learning at The Centre of Languages and Communication can also be fun.
Christmas wishes and greetings for all hard-working students and teachers!

06-09 XII 2020

More: https://www.facebook.com/cjikput

TED Talk

03 XII 2020

Hello on Thursday TED Talk.
Let’s talk about…laughter!
Why we laugh, by Sophie Scott
Did you know that you're 30 times more likely to laugh if you're with somebody else than if you're alone?
Cognitive neuroscientist Sophie Scott shares this and other surprising facts about laughter in this fast-paced,
action-packed and, yes, hilarious dash through the science of cracking up.


02 XII 2020


Grammar time – Make or do verbs

01 XII 2020

Hello Guys!
Today is Grammar Tuesday.
Here is a grammar tip for you ;) Supposing you have some doubts about English verbs, such as make and do, you should find these tips helpful for you!
Have a look at the explanation of the usage of make and do verbs.
Next week we will provide you with grammar exercises. Have fun!
A little bit of grammar on Grammar Tuesday!


6 Minute English - Intermediate level - Smartphone addiction

30 XI 2020



TED Talk   

26 XI 2020

Hello on Thursday TED Talk.

Let’s talk about…the world’s most boring television!

The world’s most boring television…and why it’s hilariously addictive, by Thomas Hellum

You've heard about slow food. Now here's slow ... TV? In this very funny talk, Norwegian television producer Thomas Hellum shares how he and his team began to broadcast long, boring events, often live -- and found a rapt audience. Shows include a 7-hour train journey, an 18-hour fishing expedition and a 5.5-day ferry voyage along the coast of Norway. The results are both beautiful and fascinating. Really.



Grammar time – Gerund and Infinitive – part 2: 

24 XI 2020

Hello Guys!
Today is Grammar Tuesda . As we promised last week, today you can focus on some grammar practice. Do the following tasks on gerunds and infinitives and have fun!
A little bit of grammar on Grammar Tuesday!






Wishing to make the journey to the Expo in Dubai?

13 XI 2020

TED Talk  

12 XI 2020

Hello on Thursday TED Tal.
Let’s talk about online education!
What we’re learning from online education, by Daphne Koller
Daphne Koller is enticing top universities to put their most intriguing courses online for free -- not just as a service, but as a way to research how people learn. With Coursera (cofounded by Andrew Ng), each keystroke, quiz, peer-to-peer discussion and self-graded assignment builds an unprecedented pool of data on how knowledge is processed.

Grammar time – Conditionals

10 XI 2020

Hello Guys!
Today is Grammar Tuesday. As we promised last week, today you can focus on some English conditionals practice. Do the following tasks and have fun!
A little bit of grammar on Grammar Tuesday!








The Day the Statue of Liberty was unveiled a bit of historical facts on The Statue of Liberty.

6 XI 2020

Read the text, watch the video and enjoy!!!
Have a good weekend!



TED Talk

5 XI 2020

Hello on Thursday TED Talk.
Let’s talk about friendship and healing relationships!
The secret to living longer may be your social life, by Susan Pinker
The Italian island of Sardinia has more than six times as many centenarians as the mainland and ten times as many as North America. Why? According to psychologist Susan Pinker, it's not a sunny disposition or a low-fat, gluten-free diet that keeps the islanders healthy -- it's their emphasis on close personal relationships and face-to-face interactions. Learn more about super longevity as Pinker explains what it takes to live to 100 and beyond.



Grammar time – Conditionals:

3 XI 2020

Hello Guys!
Today is Grammar Tuesday.
Here is a grammar tip for you. Supposing you have some doubts about English conditionals, you will probably find these tips helpful.
Today we are providing you with explanation of all conditionals. Make yourself familiar with it. Next week you will have a chance to do some grammar practice.
A little bit of grammar on Grammar Tuesday!
Have fun!








Grammar time – English tenses part 2

27 X 2020

Hello Guys!
Today is Grammar Tuesday. As we promised last week, today you can focus on some grammar tenses practice. Do the following tasks and have fun!
A little bit of grammar on Grammar Tuesday!











6 Minute English - Should we wear a face mask?

26 X 2020



World news

23 X 2020

US election 2020: A really simple guide to US election



TED Talk

22 X 2020

Some of us learn best in the classroom, and some of us ... well, we don't. But we still love to learn -- we just need to find the way that works for us. In this charming, personal talk, author John Green shares the community of learning that he found in online video.



Motivation is what you really need. 'I go to my english classes every week, come rain or shine'

21 X 2020


Grammar time – English tenses part 1

20 X 2020

Here is a grammar tip for you J In case you have slight problems with English tenses, you will probably find these tips useful J Grammar is fun. There is nothing to be afraid of. Have a look and find out.
Today we are providing you with explanation of all tenses. Make yourself familiar with it. Next week you will have a chance to do some grammar practice.


6 Minute English

19 X 2020



Cytując naszego nowego Rektora @Teofil Jesionowski - już Konfucjusz powiedział „Znajdź pracę, którą kochasz, a nie przepracujesz ani jednego dnia”. Nasi studenci również wzruszają nas miłym słowem i dla takich słów warto to robić nawet w tych trudniejszych czasach #cjik #students #educate #inspire

29 V 2020




22 V 2020

We’re stuck at home daydreaming about going on fantastic adventures to exotic places. However, being at home during the coronavirus pandemic can be an adventure in itself. All it takes is a bit of creativity and a dash of imagination.

Lithuanian traveler, writer, and journalist Liudas Dapkus invited others to take part in a quarantine travel challenge that his colleague Gabrielė Štaraitė came up with. In the challenge, people are asked to recreate their best, funniest, and most original travel pics from the safety of their homes.

At CLC PUT we decided to join the challenge and create our own travel pics at home or in the neighborhood. First, Karolina Całka, M.A. showed us how it needs to be done but for more inspiration go to:


We’re waiting for your pics at: karolina.calka@put.poznan.pl

Join us at #quarantinetravelchallenge !



#hot16challenge @James Shanahan

17 V 2020

Chyba czas zamknąć #hot16challenge bo ktoś tu z CJiK pozamiatał tę grę. Panie i Panowie @James Shanahan.

It’s high time to shut down this #hot16challenge game. Someone at CLC has just SWEPT IT. Ladies and getlemen @James Shanahan.



Wirtualne spacery po Polsce?/Visiting Poland by virtual walks?

12 V 2020

Tęskno Wam za podróżami? W tym ciężkim czasie nie mamy takiej możliwości. Możecie jednak zwiedzać zakątki Polski z wygodnej kanapy z kubkiem kawy w ręku.
Portal Noclegowo wprowadza spacery 360°, które choć trochę pomogą Wam znaleźć się w ulubionych miejscach w Polsce.

If you miss traveling, here is something for you!
NOCLEGOWO.PL introduces walks 360° around the most interesting corners of Poland.



Watch and learn/Nauka przez oglądanie

07 V 2020

Nauka przez oglądanie - poleca mgr Agnieszka Rutkowska
Watch and learn - recommended by Agnieszka Rutkowska, M.A.



06 V 2020

Wspólna kampania uczelni wyższych i Miasta Poznania wspierająca studentów zagranicznych w czasie pandemii.
Joint campaign of universities and Poznań City Hall supporting foreign students during the pandemic.



Jak spędzić majówkowe weekendy online? Grupa mgr Agaty Jankiewicz Zarządzanie i Inżynieria Produkcji poleca
06 V 2020
1. Jakub Semrau
This is a special place for me where I go every year.
In the area of museum there is a music festival „krakow live festival” which takes place in August.
This year the festival will not take place because of the coronavirus.
The museum has more than 200 aircraft, whose history tells about the development of aviation.
In the current situation, with the inability to go to the festival, it is nice to be able to look at it through a virtual tour and reminisce about the previous editions of the festival, hoping that in 2021 I will be able to go to the festival again.

2. Paulina Kaźmierska
National Aquarium in Baltimore
I recommend this National Aquarium because we have a lot of species to see. Website is well done – we can see online few levels, which is great! The 3D tour gives us opportunity to learn more about animals and see something more than our TV in house.

3. Arkadiusz Miętkiewski
I have never been in Dubai, so I choose this place. Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates. Is located at the southern coast of Persian Gulf. Thanks to high resolution panoramic photos located at the site called www.dubai360.com we can admire the city and the power of human skills in fully interactive way. In addition, we can find at the site also remarkable video materials (in panoramic). To create the whole, team responsible for the project needed up to 18 months. Over 500 000 photographs were used. Dubai is absolutely worth a visit. Who knows...Maybe one day…

4. Natasza Pawlicka
I would like to tell you about visit in The Warsaw Rising Museum. They created a movie which we can watch online on their website. From the movie we get to know that museum collects and maintains many artifacts. I saw many old things from this period for example: typewriter, landline, newspaper. I think I will see around the museum in the future.

5. Agata Dembkowska
It is a museum of ancient history which is placed in London. The museum's website view is transparent and aesthetic. It looks like a timeline which is divided into continents. My favourite part is art and design, it is breath-taking. When we click the dot on the timeline, we will see individual exhibits for example "tree of life" sculpture. There is an audio in which guide tells the story of this exhibit,soit gives the impression of real museum visiting.

6. Jagoda Marciniak
I would like to go to Italy someday,soI will show you monument right there. This is the Colosseum in Rome. We can see them from the outside and admire beautiful views. We can also see them inside.

7. Jakub Andrzejewski
Eiffel tower is in Paris. It is named Eiffel because of Gustave Eiffel whose company build this monument. We cannot go to the Paris, but we can sightsee that tower online. Exactly we can see the view from one of the Eiffel tower’s balcony. This sight shows the panorama of Paris. We can notice other popular and interesting places like Notre Dame’s cathedral, Louvre’s museum, or triumphal arch. I personally paid attention on two football stadiums – Saint Denis and Parc de Prainc. I also searched a Bataclan’s club and I found it! As a curiosity I can add that during terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015 Bataclan club was one of the assassin’s goal. I must notice about Seine river, which creates an amazing mood. To be honest I expected to see sunset in Paris, but the photo was made during the cloudy day.


Time to relax

30 IV 2020

If you think that staying home is not stressful, think again. Luckily, we have access to numerous relaxation techniques like yoga, meditation, breathing exercises, relaxing music, to name just a few.

Today Klara Kwiatkowska, M.A., recommends a relaxation technique you might find interesting – ASMR, which is short for autonomous sensory meridian response. The term might sound terribly scientific, but it is not that complex. ASMR describes a tingling sensation around the head and the back of the neck as a reaction to specific sounds. For many people ASMR can trigger a feeling of relaxation and peace, and that is why it is often used to deal with insomnia.

People look for videos to find what sounds work for them, and YouTube is of great help here. It offers tons of videos with someone whispering nice things, tapping, scratching, brushing, or quietly performing simple tasks such as flipping pages of a book, folding clothes or even eating. These sounds, gentle and soothing, no louder than a whisper, can distract our busy minds, help us relax, or even help fall asleep.

ASMR is relatively new. It might not work for everyone – some simply find it boring. Psychologists neither confirm nor deny, whether it is useful, but it works for many people. If you are open to new ideas, try it out. Perhaps with Eva Longoria ?



Tak właśnie pracujemy i tak oceniają nas studenci. Studenci mgr Karolina Całka z Inżynierii Biomedycznej zgodzili się powiedzieć JAK JEST
28 IV 2020

Ola Derda „Dobrze działająca forma zajęć, można się bezpośrednio zwrócić do prowadzącego w razie pytań odnośnie zadania, co jest o wiele wygodniejsze niż kontakt korespondencyjny”

Klaudia Mikołajczak „Dzięki takiej formie możemy aktywniej uczestniczyć w zajęciach i poczuć namiastkę normalności. Niestety jest to zależne od połączenia internetowego, które nie zawsze jest wystarczająco dobre.”

Kacper Sztuba „Super sprawa, dużo przyjemniej porobić coś w grupie, musimy sobie tylko to fajnie zorganizować żeby Pani wszystkich wyciszała i udzielała głosu bo robi się straszny szum jak każdy ma mikrofon włączony i nic nie słychać.”

Agnieszka Dąbal „Lekcje online to ok pomysł, jedyna rzecz która przeszkadza to że czasem nie słyszymy się dobrze”

Michał Pękal „Całkiem fajne były zajęcia zdalne. Definitywnie brakuje mi oprócz ćwiczeń to rozmów w grupie po angielsku oczywiście.”

Julia Sidło „Taka forma że mamy coś do zrobienia i wysyłamy ten plik mi najbardziej odpowiadała, mogłam to sobie na spokojnie zrobić i w takim czasie jakim tam mi odpowiadało, wiec myślę, że to fajne\uD83D\uDE00\uD83D\uDE00ale wiadomo jeśli będą zajęcia też trzeba będzie się dostosować”

Julia Bartkowiak „Jak dla mnie pomysł fajny, może taka krótka rozmowa poszła całkiem nieźle chociaż w niektórych momentach lekko mi przerywało co było dość irytujące, wiec nie wiem jak to by wyszło na całe zajęcia, bo w niektórych momentach ciężko było zrozumieć co kto mówi. Możliwe ze to wina mojego internetu bo nie mam super dobrego zasięgu i czasami przez to komputer mi wariuje.”

Ola Piasecka „Moim zdaniem lekcje online są dobrym pomysłem, ponieważ można omówić problemy na bieżąco, jeżeli się jakieś pojawią. Jednak wadą są problemy z łącznością.”

Leo Sobiak „jest ok”

Rafał Kusak „nie mam jakiegoś większego zdania - może być, pod warunkiem, że nie będziemy tego robić o 8 rano\uD83D\uDE1B”

Marcin Wojciechowski „Forma testu była okej, a jeśli chodzi o zajęcia interaktywne to może wypalić, ale wszyscy na kamerkach na raz to średni pomysł. Ludzie mogą czuć się nieswojo będąc ciągle na wizji (na przykład ja), ewentualnie jak ktoś coś mówi to może się pokazywać.”

Eliza Dziuba „Fajnie jest się zobaczyć chociaż przez kamerkę, ale no nie wiem jak inni, ale mi zacinało co drugie słowo, więc jakby to miało być w stałej formie co tygodniowo, to byłoby trochę ciężko. Jeśli chodzi o testy w takiej formie, to jestem jak najbardziej za.”

Michał Olszewski „Było spoko”

Agata Kozubska „Uważam, że grupa mogłaby się spotykać częściej na takich zajęciach. Były co prawda małe zakłócenia, ale jest to problem do przeskoczenia.”

Alicja Madej „Fajnie jest się zobaczyć chociaż przez kamerkę, ale no nie wiem jak inni, ale mi zacinało co drugie słowo, więc jakby to miało być w stałej formie co tygodniowo, to byłoby trochę ciężko.”

Zosia Pietrowska „Uważam, że taka forma zajęć jest bardzo przyjemna i więcej możemy z niej wynieść.”


Sprawdzone platformy do nauki online/Tested online education platforms

24 IV 2020

Drodzy Studenci!

Dziś CJiK poleca kolejne nieodpłatne platformy do nauki online rekomendowane przez Ministerstwo Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego i nie tylko. Nauczyciele akademiccy mogą tu dzielić się swoim doświadczeniem, a studenci znajdą wiele wskazówek i pomocy do autonomicznej nauki języków obcych.

Instytut Technologiczny w Massachusetts (MIT): https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/
Z kursów korzystają różni ludzie i w różnym celu:
Nauczyciele podpatrują, jak „uczyć”, prowadzić wykłady, lekcje.
Studenci/uczniowie przygotowują się do egzaminów, zwiększają swoją wiedzę, poznają program.

Etutor: www.etutor.pl/zapisy/Politechnika-Poznanska
Największa w Polsce platforma do nauki języka angielskiego, która pomaga w zwiększeniu efektywności lektoratów. Na stronie należy wypełnić formularz rejestracyjny podając potrzebne dane, w tym adres email w domenie uczelni: @put.poznan.pl
Z konta można korzystać bezpłatnie do 31.08.2020. Udostępniony pakiet obejmuje 3 kursy na poziomach A1-C2, kurs Business English i Travel English.

Navoicato platforma edukacyjna z bezpłatnymi kursami MOOC, której właścicielem jest Ministerstwo Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego, operatorem merytorycznym Fundacja Młodej Nauki, operatorem technicznym Ośrodek Przetwarzania Informacji - Państwowy Instytut Badawczy, a partnerem instytucjonalnym Konferencja Rektorów Akademickich Szkół Polskich. Platforma powstała w 2018 r. jako rozwiązanie systemowe, aby umożliwić dostęp do nauki wszystkim, bez wychodzenia z domu, bez względu na wiek czy lokalizację.

Open Online Course: coursera.org
Kolekcja kursów przygotowanych przez nauczycieli akademickich z wielu wiodących uniwersytetów na świecie. Przykłady darmowych kursów z dziedziny fizyki:
Understanding Einstein: the special theory of relativity (Stanford University)
Mechanics: motion, forces, energy, and gravity (University of South Wales)
How things work: an introduction to physics (University of Virginia)
Particle physics (University of Geneva)
From the Bing Bang to Dark Energy (University of Tokyo).

Dear students!

Today, CLC PUT recommends free online learning platforms recommended by, among others, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Academic teachers can share their experience here, and students will find a lot of tips and help for autonomous language learning.

(MIT): https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/
Etutor: www.etutor.pl/zapisy/Politechnika-Poznanska
Open Online Course: coursera.org



While you are staying home … Klara Kwiatkowska, M.A., recommends Netflix documentaries for the weekend ????

24 IV 2020

I am sure nobody expected to be stuck at home in the middle of global pandemic, but here we are. The situation is difficult for many of us, but we can also treat it as an opportunity to broaden our horizons. It might be a good time to look at what streaming platforms have to offer and catch up. Netflix is brimming with documentaries and some of them are utterly amazing!

The movies that made us – Have you seen Home alone? Ghostbusters? They are oldies but goodies. The series is a peek behind the scenes of films that have become cultural phenomena. Might bring back some memories.

Icarus – An astonishing image of an investigative journalist working on a film on doping in Russian sports. It is true that facts are stranger than fiction, so expect plot twists in this one.

13th – If you want to take a look into a difficult political situation of African-Americans and other minorities after passing the 13th amendment, there is no better director than Ava DuVernay (the director of the award-winning series When They See Us) to guide you through it!

Inside Bill’s brain: Decoding Bill Gates – A look on Bill Gates’ life, career and work in the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Pandemic – Some might find it too difficult to watch in the current situation, but it is a great vision of risks and problems of global pandemics. A must see!

Blue Planet, Our Planet, Dancing with the birds – Educational? Yes. Relaxing? Even more so! When you are tired of reading bad news, dealing with working from home, dive into nature documentaries. The perfect way to spend time, unwind and finish the day with a positive touch ????

For more recommendations try:


Odwiedź/ Visit Wulkow Cafe

24 IV 2020

Drodzy Sudenci!

Podczas pandemii wiele ośrodków naukowych i badawczych udostępnia swoje kursy nieodpłatnie. Nudzisz się? Chcesz zobaczyć co robią studenci z innych uczelni w Europie? To wyjątkowa okazja, żeby poszerzyć horyzonty i zdobyć nową wiedzę, która nigdy wcześniej nie była tak blisko – tylko jedno kliknięcie!

Wejdź na Wulkow Cafe:
hasło: language

Dear students!

During a pandemic, many research and development centers provide their courses free of charge. Are you bored? Do you want to see what students from other universities in Europe do? This is a unique opportunity to broaden your horizons and gain new knowledge that has never been so close before - just one click!

Go to Wulkow Cafe:
password: language


A Wy co teraz czytacie?/And what do you like to read now?

24 IV 2020

Nawet w wolnym czasie pracownicy CJiK tęsknią i myślą ciepło o swoich studentach. MgrKarolinaCałka wolne chwile poleca wypełnić dobrą książką w języku, którego uczyć lubicie się najbardziej...
I know why the Caged Bird sings - Maya Angelou
Ponadczasowy Walden - Henry David Thoreau
The Catcher in the Rye - J.D. Salinger
Brave New World - Aldous Huxley
A Wy co teraz czytacie ?

CLC employees miss and think warmly about their students at all times. Karolina Całka, M.A., recommends that you fill up your free time with a good book in the language you like to learn the most ...
I know why the Caged Bird sings - Maya Angelou
Walden - Henry David Thoreau
The Catcher in the Rye - J.D. Salinger
Brave New World - Aldous Huxley
And what do you like to read now?


Dziś Światowy Dzień Ziemi/On Earth Day

22 IV 2020

Dziś Światowy Dzień Ziemi. Poświęćmy trochę czasu na bycie z Przyrodą, na refleksję, jak ona jest dla nas ważna, ale i jak jest fascynująca, piękna, ciekawa. Jeśli możemy wesprzyjmy też kawałek naszej ziemi, która ze względu na suszę płonie nieprzerwanie od niedzieli. #niemaplanetyb

On Earth Day let’s take some time to be with Nature, to reflect on how important it is to us, but also how fascinating, beautiful and interesting it can be. Let’s also support a piece of our land, which is burning continuously since Sunday due to drought. #thereisnoplanetb



Nasi lektorzy w czasie pandemii/Our teachers during pandemic

22 IV 2020

Zajęcia online mgr Agata Jankiewicz (Sekuła) ze studentami zagranicznymi dziś rano.

@Agata Jankiewicz (Sekuła), M.A. online classes with foreign students this morning.


Platforma eTutor do nauki języków obcych

21 IV 2020

Studentko i Studencie Politechniki Poznańskiej,

Od dziś możesz w pełni korzystać z największego serwisu do nauki języków online w Polsce - eTutor. Bez stresu, ograniczeń i przede wszystkim bez wychodzenia z domu.

Zapisy na www.etutor.pl/zapisy/Politechnika-Poznanska

Na stronie należy wypełnić formularz rejestracyjny podając potrzebne dane, w tym adres email w domenie uczelni: @put.poznan.pl; @student.put.poznan.pl; @doctorate.put.poznan.pl; @posgrad.put.poznan.pl.

W Twoim pakiecie znajdziesz 3 kursy na poziomach A1-C2, kurs Business English i Travel English.

Z konta możesz korzystać bezpłatnie do 31.08.2020 r.

W razie dodatkowych pytań odnośnie warunków uczestnictwa prosimy o kontaktować się z działem obsługi klienta eTutor: pomoc@etutor.pl, pn-pt 9:00-17:00, tel. 795 95 95 90.

Życzę miłej i owocnej nauki!

dr Liliana Szczuka-Dorna


Politechnika Poznańska
Centrum Języków i Komunikacji
ul. Piotrowo 3A, 60-965 Poznań

Tel.: +48 61 665 2491, e-mail: office_clc@put.poznan.pl

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