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Easter in Polish is Wielkanoc, which literally means great/big night

Easter in Polish is Wielkanoc, which literally means great/big night

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Pisanki :)

upfromtheashesagain:

Pisanki :)

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Fantastic Day :D

My mom made pierogi :D with potato and cheese, with fried bacon and onions

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Polish Word of the Day: Trójkąt

polandbymail:

Pronunciation: TROOY-kohnt

Translation: Triangle

Today is the 9th anniversary of the death of Pope John Paul II (Jan Pawel II)

Człowiek jest wielki nie przez to co posiada, lecz przez to, kim jest; nie przez to co ma, lecz przez to, czym dzieli się z innymi-Jan Paweł II

A person is great not because of what he has, but rather because of who he is; not because of what he has, but rather because of what he shares with others. - John Paul II

With and Without

With: z (kind of said like a bee buzz,  or soft z’ih sound)

Without: bez

           a common exception: without me, beze mnie

Chleb z masłem. - Bread with butter.

Chleb bez masła. (requires different noun case) - Bread without butter.

Polish Word of the Day: Kawa

polandbymail:

Pronunciation: KAH-vah,

Translation: Coffee

Hi ! I was wondering if you could tell me how Olaf says "it's like a baby unicorn" in Polish in the movie Frozen? There is a video on youtube where you can hear it ("It's Like A Baby Unicorn! 'One-Line', links aren't allowed in messages), but as I am just a beginner in Polish I can't make out the words. Thanks!

He says “Słodziutki, taki “lilipucipuci” nosek” which means like “Sweet, like tinyeeeny nose”, the word before nose isn’t a real word haha :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6NSMpxA5Ns#t=12

Polish Word of the Day: Śrubokręt

polandbymail:

Pronunciation: shroo-BOH-krent

Translation: Screwdriver