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What do swing and learning have in common?

On January 22, another online lecture was held as part of the project "Around Language and Literature - 9 Lectures for Polonists from Ukraine''. It should be noted that the project is implemented by the Department of Slavic Languages of the Faculty of Philology of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University in partnership with the University of Warsaw (Republic of Poland). It is funded by the National Agency for Academic Exchange of the Republic of Poland and implemented under the auspices of the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Lviv. The project will last until May 2021.

This time the subject of discussion of teachers, students and students from all over Ukraine were current trends in the glottodidactics of the Polish language.

Dr. Agnieszka Karolchuk, linguist, language teacher, long-term researcher and lecturer at the Institute of Polish Philology of the Catholic University of Lublin and the University of Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski in Warsaw spoke about grammatical interferences, mistakes, language acquisition strategies and what is common between swing and learning.

The participants of the online event were greeted by Professor Mykola Lesyuk, Head of the Department of Slavic Languages, Faculty of Philology, Precarpathian University. The discussion was moderated by Samantha Busilo, a senior lecturer at the Department of Slavic Languages, project coordinator from PNU.

Among the participants of the online lecture were students and teachers of Precarpathian University, as well as project partner universities from Ukraine and Poland.

The next lecture will take place in February.