Hello! For the very first post on this blog I decided to choose something obvious and technically most useful in any language - namely, greetings!
Cześć! - Hello!
Hej! - Hey!
Siema! - (rather informal) Yo!
Dzień dobry - Good morning/afternoon (in Polish there is no phrase for “good…
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JUTRO JEST 3 MAJA!
inevitable-revoluion asked: Czesc, yak sie masz?
Bardzo dobrze :) a ty?
missplumpudding asked: Hey! I found that a great way to learn Polish is to buy a novel in Polish and its audiobook CD/mp3, and to slowly read through it, making flashcards in Anki and underlining words I don't know (like a page a day or something). I really want to know what happens in the book, and getting a YA book for younger readers really helps (like Harry Potter). It works much better for my learning style, and maybe it'll work better for others, too. :)
This is a great idea. :) Thank you for sharing! To add on to this, sometimes when learning a language I’ll listen to songs I know in English or movies (such as Disney movies because they’re fairly easy and can be found on youtube).
Hi everyone! I’m sorry I haven’t been able to post much. Life’s gotten a little busy with school and finals. It will all be over soon and hopefully I can get back to posting! :)
I also found this site, polish vocabulary in pictures, if you want to take a look:
Grać- to play a structured game such as a board game, tag, etc. ex: Do you want to play hide and seek? (Chcesz grać w chowanego?)
Bawić Się- very general way of saying to play. ex: The baby is playing with a toy. (Dziecko się bawi z zabawką.)
extra: to play an instrument, you use grać followed by “na”
ex: Gram na pianie (I play (on) the piano), Gram na guitarze (I play (on) the guitar)