Czesław Niemen - Dziwny jest ten świat (English subtitles)
Oh yes forgot about that. You are right :) he/she/it can is on/ona/ono może .
I think in most sentences it will be clear whether it is “maybe” or “he/she can”, obviously if it’s maybe there will have to be another verb in the sentence.
Conjugation for : can
może means maybe.
morze (pronounced the same way) means sea lol
I’m bored- Nudzi mi się (nu-jee-mee shewn)
Do NOT get this mixed up with
Jestem nudn(a/y)…(I’m boring)
-from left to right-
top row: grandma, dad, mom, grandpa
bottom: daughter, son
Wszystkiego Najlepszego! (Happy Birthday; literally- All the best!)
Ah this is because ty is only used as a pronoun, not a direct object. In “I love you”, “you” is the direct object of the verb love, which is different than for example “You are pretty”. It may be difficult for english speakers to understand the difference since we just use “you” for both things.
Sure, I will get working on this! I think I have done similar posts in the past though- Found this
I don’t understand this question. Do you mean me in the sense like “Give it to me”? I don’t see how it can be feminine/masc/etc.
There are other cases of me as well though, for example
"He picked me" = "Mnie wybrał”