"The English Advisor" is a patchwork of information, ideas, advice, charts, examples and word lists about many different areas of English, for many different kinds of learners with many different aims. It's partly for reading, partly for study, partly for memorization and partly for reference. Some people will be interested in all of it. Some people will only need part of it. "The English Advisor" is arranged thematically, not progressively. You can read it from cover to cover if you want to, or skip from one section to another, or consult it when you have a specific question. To help you find the information you need, there's a table of contents at the front of the book, and cross references in the text to direct you to important related sections. About the Polish: "The English Advisor" is mostly in English, but there's a little bit of Polish too. Sometimes the Polish is a little bit strange, because it's sometimes used to clarify a word or expression that isn't very common or natural in Polish. That doesn't mean the word or expression is strange in English! And it doesn't mean that we didn't know how strange it sounds in Polish. But "The English Advisor" is not a guide to beautiful Polish, and it's not a dictionary for translators.
PS. All blank pages (aimed for reader's notes) were skipped.
"The English Advisor" - Starring: Learning Strategies Tenses Two-Word Verbs Gerund vs. Infinitive Taboo English Nice Manners US/UK A/The Idioms Sound & Spelling Mistakes Poles Love Appendix 1 Learning strategies Appendix 2 For Beginners