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Zajęcia prowadziła lektorka języka angielskiego z IBIS Independent Bonn International School ( Germany) wcześniej ucząca w MADAR International School (Al Ain - Zjednoczone Emiraty Arabskie) i Shanghai United International School - Wenzhou ( China ).
Była to ogromna dawka motywacji do dalszej nauki języka angielskiego. <3
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Dzisiaj na najmłodszych naszych studentów czekała nie lada atrakcja.. 
Zajęcia prowadziła lektorka języka angielskiego z IBIS Independent Bonn International School ( Germany)  wcześniej ucząca w MADAR International School (Al Ain - Zjednoczone Emiraty Arabskie)  i  Shanghai United International School - Wenzhou ( China ). 
Była to ogromna dawka motywacji do dalszej nauki języka angielskiego.

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Pączuś...pączulek...😁Pączki, faworki, ptysie...🍩🧁🍰 Chcecie więcej? Proszę bardzo. 😋 Nadszedł czas na tłuste angielskie idiomy! 🇬🇧 ... Zobacz więcejZobacz mniej

Pączuś...pączulek...😁

 

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„Fat Thursday” - Doughnut Day at MAX ENGLISH. Enjoy it!

"Every February, Poland goes nuts for doughnuts. Fat Thursday, the last Thursday prior to Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent, is one of the most important holidays, and it mainly revolves around eating as many doughnuts as possible, all in the name of good luck.
Statistically, every Pole eats two and a half doughnuts ‒ or pączki, in Polish ‒ on that day, which constitutes a whopping 100 million for the entire nation. In the most famous pastry shops (Zagoździński in Warsaw or Michałek in Kraków) people queue up to purchase these balls of fried dough, traditionally filled with rose jam or plum preserve. Poland’s love affair with doughnuts dates back to the 16th century.
The Polish language also indicates that doughnuts hold a special place in Polish hearts. There exist several proverbs and idioms about pączki, the best known of which is ‘live like a doughnut in butter’, meaning to live in clover. Another – far less known and far more vivid – is the warning: ‘those who don’t eat a stack of pączki on Fat Thursday will have an empty barn and their field destroyed by mice’. "
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„Fat Thursday” - Doughnut Day at MAX ENGLISH. Enjoy it!

Every February, Poland goes nuts for doughnuts. Fat Thursday, the last Thursday prior to Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent, is one of the most important holidays, and it mainly revolves around eating as many doughnuts as possible, all in the name of good luck.
Statistically, every Pole eats two and a half doughnuts ‒ or pączki, in Polish ‒ on that day, which constitutes a whopping 100 million for the entire nation. In the most famous pastry shops (Zagoździński in Warsaw or Michałek in Kraków) people queue up to purchase these balls of fried dough, traditionally filled with rose jam or plum preserve. Poland’s love affair with doughnuts dates back to the 16th century.
The Polish language also indicates that doughnuts hold a special place in Polish hearts. There exist several proverbs and idioms about pączki, the best known of which is ‘live like a doughnut in butter’, meaning to live in clover. Another – far less known and far more vivid – is the warning: ‘those who don’t eat a stack of pączki on Fat Thursday will have an empty barn and their field destroyed by mice’.

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Valentine's Day at Max English.
<3 Sweet "Valentine's cards" (homemade)
for every student coming on that day <3
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Valentines Day at Max English.

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