Czarny kot(The black cat) - E-book (600 words)
About this Book
You only need to know 600 Polish words to read this book!
The book is a simplified version of the well known crime story "The black cat". It contains vocabulary boxes with English translations that will reduce the use of a dictionary. It has simple sentences, so that you can follow the plot easily.
Czarny kot (original title "The black cat") is one of the well known crime stories by Edgar Allan Poe.
The story is told by a man who is to die the following day. His last will is to reveal all the terrible events he witnessed the way he remembers them. He is unable to make any sense of what happened in his life but he is leaving this world hoping that at some point someone will get to understand it all.
What happened? What did the man do? What is the role of the black cat? Read our e-book to find out.
For those with strong nerves only!
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About Polish Easy Readers Series
Are you learning the Polish Language and would like to start reading in Polish?
Polish Easy Readers are simplified text of well known novels, plays, short stories etc. They have vocabulary boxes with English translations that will reduce the use of a dictionary. They have simple sentences so that you can follow the plot easily. Each book has a level description and number of headwords.
Our Polish Easy Readers will help you to improve your reading comprehension, expand your Polish vocabulary, teach you Polish grammar in a natural way and most importantly, all of that with no need of real studying!
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It's just nice to have something easy enough to read without too much hard work!By Patricia Ashby
Learnt some new vocab and phrases, and found the notes very helpful. Excellent to have them at the foot of each page.By Elaine Barch
I liked the vocabulary section on new words.By Simon Fowler
It was also useful to have phrases translated which do not translate literally. They could however be at the end as it is too tempting to read them before trying to work it out yourself.By Lucy