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LEARN POLISH WITH A SONG – MIEJSCOWNIK (LOCATIVE) CASE

LEARN POLISH WITH A SONG – MIEJSCOWNIK (LOCATIVE) CASE

 Listen to the song and fill in the gaps with correct words. Do you recognise those forms?  That’s miejscownik (locative) case. Complete the second exercise to revise miejscownik’s endings. Poparzeni Kawą “Szukam Cię wszędzie”   If the exercise doesn’t work you may find it here. If the exercise doesn’t work you may find it here. …

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BOISKO, PIŁKARZ, BRAMKA – LET’S LEARN FOOTBALL VOCABULARY

BOISKO, PIŁKARZ, BRAMKA – LET’S LEARN FOOTBALL VOCABULARY

World Cup has begun! Over next few weeks football will be the number one topic to discuss. Can you talk about football in Polish? Learn some useful vocabulary and surprise your Polish friends!   basic polish football vocabulary   advanced vocabulary piłka nożna – vocabulary   let’s practise if the exercises don’t work, you might …

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Daj jedzenie kotu – Celownik (dative) and its position in a sentence

Daj jedzenie kotu – Celownik (dative) and its position in a sentence

To indicate a recipient of an action in a sentence we use Celownik (dative case). Comparing to other cases Celownik is used quite rarely and is easy to learn. Below you may find the table with Celownik’s endings and the usage.     Celownik is used: – in impersonal phrases like: miło mi, zimno mi, …

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CHODZIĆ SPAĆ Z KURAMI, MIEĆ MUCHY W NOSIE – POLISH IDIOMS THAT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH

CHODZIĆ SPAĆ Z KURAMI, MIEĆ MUCHY W NOSIE – POLISH IDIOMS THAT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH

What I like the most about teaching Polish is that it makes me look at the language from a different perspective and very often I get amazed how complex, difficult or funny it is. When I started to think about some Polish idioms and their literal meaning, I found some of them simply hilarious! I’ve …

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KOLEDZY, STUDENCI, LEKARZE – MASCULINE PLURAL FORMS

KOLEDZY, STUDENCI, LEKARZE – MASCULINE PLURAL FORMS

In plural forms of Polish nouns the category of masculine personal nouns has a special place. Various options of the endings might be overwhelming but practicing make it easier. The tables below present endings for masculine personal forms. Based on them try to complite short exercises.     Complete the exercises If the exercise doesn’t …

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MNIEJ ZNANE OBLICZE MARII SKŁODOWSKIEJ-CURIE – TEKST

MNIEJ ZNANE OBLICZE MARII SKŁODOWSKIEJ-CURIE – TEKST

Dzisiaj w Polsce obchodzimy Dzień Kobiet. Z tej okazji przygotowałam tekst o jednej z najbardziej znanych i szanowanych polskich kobiet – Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie. Przeczytaj tekst, rozwiąż zadania i poznaj mniej znane fakty z życia polskiej uczonej. Powodzenia!   MNIEJ ZNANE OBLICZE MARII SKŁODOWSKIEJ-CURIE – tekst MNIEJ ZNANE OBLICZE MARII SKŁODOWSKIEJ-CURIE – odpowiedzi    

SPORT PO POLSKU – FLASHCARDS

SPORT PO POLSKU – FLASHCARDS

Sport is one of the top topic to discuss in Poland, I’m sure you’ve noticed that already. 🙂 We all love football and volleyball and over the winter season we support our ski jumpers. Do you know how to talk about sport in Polish? Check the flashcards below and learn some useful vocabulary!   Flashcards …

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SWÓJ, SWOJA, SWOJE – REFLEXIVE POSSESSIVE PRONOUN

SWÓJ, SWOJA, SWOJE – REFLEXIVE POSSESSIVE PRONOUN

Next to the possessive pronouns like mój, twój, jego, nasz in Polish exists a reflexive possessive pronoun ‘swój’. Have you ever come across it? Do you know how to use it? The pronoun ‘swój’ is used in sentences when subject of the sentence and possessor are the same. Compare the sentences below: Masz mój telefon …

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DO, Z CZY NA – LET’S PRACTICE POLISH PREPOSITIONS

DO, Z CZY NA – LET’S PRACTICE POLISH PREPOSITIONS

How well do you know Polish prepositions? Complete the exercise and find out! If you still struggle with it, you may read about Polish prepositions and their usage here.   UWAGA! Preposition ‘po’ can mean ‘after’ or ‘on’ but is also used as ‘to get, collect or pick something/ someone’ po + miejscownik (locative) = …

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