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Polish to Polish: Lesson 14 (Dzieci)
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 26 (plural forms of nouns and adjectives)
In short: if it's a neuter noun then the ending in plural form is -a (1 piwo - 2 piwa) if it's a masculine or feminine noun: - and the last consonant is k or g then the ending in plural form is -i (1 wódka - 2 wódki) - and the last consonant is ń, ni, sz, cz, rz/ż, l, j, c, dz, ś, ć or ź than the ending in plural form is -e (1 tokaj - 2 tokaje) - and the last consonant is any other letter then the ending in plural form is -y (1 miód - 2 miody)
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 13 (Przesądy)
Lesson 13 couldn't be on time obviously! So we talk today about superstitions in Polish culture.
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 25 (past tense)
Here is a short explaination of past tense in Polish. Wesołych Świąt, smacznego jajka i mokrego śmigusa-dyngusa!
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 24
Complain a bit about your health and get a nice sympathetic reaction from your Polish friends! Listen how to do it.
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 23 (New Year's resolutions)
As it's high time for New Year's resolutions we talk a little about future tense in Polish. For imperfective verbs you need these forms to create future tense: będę będziesz będzie będziemy będziecie będą (And we are thinking about some nice way to make the transcripts available - just give us some time!)
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 12 (Andrzejki)
About a week ago was 29th of November - Andrzejki. Do you know what Andrzejki is all about?
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 22
Today we talk about our weekend. It's not very exciting, really. Actually, our weekends are quite boring. Surely yours are much more interesing, so tell us all about what you do on weekends... in Polish :)
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 21
Where you can learn all about Polish verbs in present tense.
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 11 (Przeciętny Polak)
Today we talk about avarage Poles. What do they eat? What's their favourite colour? And other really strange statistics.
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 10
Today we talk about Polish cuisine. Here are some interesting links with Polish recipes. And below you will find Anna’s recipe for „Pierogi ruskie”. http://www.dobrakuchnia.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=161&Itemid=98 http://www.barszcz.pl/przepisy.html http://ugotuj.to/przepisy_kulinarne/2,87561,,Kotlet_schabowy,,52084007,9495.html Pierogi ruskie Pierogi ruskie are dumplings everyone in Poland knows. It takes some time to prepare them. Actually, I have an impression that in Poland you make them to keep children busy. Ask your friends – wasn’t “lepienie pierogów” the first thing they were allowed to do in the kitchen? It was for me. There are probably as many recipes as many Polish families, but I prepare them the way my grandma taught me, which is: Ingredients: for the pastry: • Flour (one glass) • Egg (1) • 1/2 teaspoon salt or even less • Warm water (1/3 of a glass or even less) for the filling: • One onion • Mashed potato (cold) • Butter • Salt and pepper and • Twaróg (now, if you have any Polish shop nearby, just go there and ask for “twaróg” or “biały ser” – two names for the same thing; but I have recently discovered that it’s actually called “curd cheese” in English and you can buy it in any supermarket) Cut onion and fry it in butter until soft. Add to potatoes and cheese, season and mix well. Mix flour and salt. Add egg and water to make dough that won’t be too soft, too hard, too sticky… Knead. Keep dough soft. Do it quickly before it dries. When you think it’s ready cut it with a knife – if it has tiny bubbles of air inside it’s fantastic. If not, sigh and continue (my grandma’s dough would always have them, so I keep checking if mine has, but it tends not to have them. Well – pierogi are still fine without them. But the dough just SHOULD have those silly bubbles in it). Roll dough thin (very thin in my granma’s version, and not so thin at all in mine, but I keep trying) Cut out round pieces with open end of glass. Put some filling in the middle and fold in half to make a semi-circle. Press edges together firmly ensuring no holes or filling are at the edges. If you dough is too dry, you can cheat a bit and touch edges with water, so that they are more sticky. This part is called “lepienie pierogów” and it takes ages and it’s fun! Put them into rapidly boiling salted water (don’t put too many as they tend to stick and it’s a disaster then). Cook them for 3 minutes counting from the moment they all float (!!!). You can serve them with butter or a little bit of fried bacon or fried onions or any sauce you want or… with sugar and cream (I do know people who eat them this way!). You can also fry them, so that they are more crispy. And – although I would prefer not to tell you – there are people who add mint to the filling (the same people who eat pierogi with sugar). I personally think it’s just STRANGE, but well… just to keep you informed. But if you feel like checking the version with mint don’t tell me I didn’t warn you: It is really strange.
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 20
Here you can learn how to pay compliments in Polish :) You look great today. = Świetnie dziś wyglądasz. Thanks and the same to you. = Dzięki nawzajem. Really? = Naprawdę? This colour really suits you. = Naprawdę do twarzy ci w tym kolorze. What a fantastic haircut. = Ale świetna fryzura. Seriously? = Serio? obviously = jasne It really suits you. = Bardzo ci pasuje. Well done. = Dobra robota. Keep up the good work! = Tak trzymaj! Your eyes are like stars. = Twoje oczy są jak gwiazdy Oh, you are so cleaver. = Ach, jaki ty jesteś mądry. Oh, well, darling, that’s what I’m. = Ech, drobiazg kochanie, to dla mnie nic.
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 9 (Wakacje)
In this Bloggy Polish to Polish podcast we are talking about holidays. As we are planning holidays ourselves there will be some silence at Bloggy Polish for a while :)
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 19
Today we are talking about Piotr's family. Here is the vocab: family = rodzina sister = siostra brother = brat mother = matka father = ojciec mum = mama dad = tata bye-bye = pa pa
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 18
This podcast is for you to check how much you have already learnt. You should be able to understand most of it – if not, go back to our previous lessons and see which parts you have missed. Co za dziwny zbieg okoliczności = What a strange coincidence!
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 17
Today: all phrases you need when eating :) bon appetite = smacznego the same to you = nawzajem. Have a nice weekend. = Miłego weekendu. cheers = na zdrowie Tea or coffee? = Kawa czy herbata? Coffee, please. = Poproszę kawę. Tea, please. = Poproszę herbatę. Tea with milk but without sugar, please. = Poproszę herbatę z mlekiem, ale bez cukru. Tea with lemon, please. = Poproszę herbatę z cytryną. Do you take sugar? = Słodzisz? No, thank you. = Nie, dziękuję. One spoon of sugar, please. = Tak, poproszę jedną łyżeczkę cukru. Two spoons of sugar, please. = Tak poproszę dwie łyżeczki cukru.
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 8 (Internet)
słówka: addiction = uzależnienie addicted = uzależniony website = strona internetowa pożyteczne = useful browser = przeglądarka check email = sprawdzać mejle to have access = mieć dostęp ciekawe strony: gazety polskie: http://www.gazetawyborcza.pl/0,0.html http://www.dziennik.pl/ http://olivia.pl/ biblioteka internetowa http://www.pbi.edu.pl/index.html śmieszne strony http://users.v-lo.krakow.pl/~mumu/ http://www.kantata.fe.pl/
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 16
Today we are talking about food and we introduce the first case - Accusative. We have lots of food. = Mamy dużo jedzenia. fridge = lodówka What’s in our fridge? = Co jest w naszej lodówce? milk = mleko jam = dżem ham = szynka meat = mięso vegetables = warzywa carrot = marchewka radish = rzodkiewka onion = cebula cabbage = kapusta potatoes = ziemniaki fruit = owoce apple = jabłko banana = banan orange = pomarańcza orange juice = sok pomarańczowy In the fridge we have vegetables and fruit. = W lodówce mamy warzywa i owoce. In the fridge we have butter, meat and milk. W lodówce mamy masło, mięso i mleko. In the fridge we have juice, jam and yogurt. = W lodówce mamy sok, dżem i jogurt. In the fridge we have sausage, ham and carrot. = W lodówce mamy kiełbasę, szynkę i marchewkę. I like. = Lubię. I like radish. = Lubię rzodkiewkę. I like meat. = Lubię mięso. I like bread. = Lubię chleb. I like vegetables. = Lubię warzywa. I like eating. = Lubię jeść.
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 15
At last we have our 15th Bloggy Polish podcast for beginners. Here it is: I love. = Kocham. You love. = Kochasz. Loves. = Kocha. We love. = Kochamy. You all love. = Kochacie. They love. = Oni kochają. to watch = oglądać In the evening I watch tv. = Wieczorem oglądam telewizję. to run = biegać At the weekends I run in the park. = W weekendy biegam w parku. to swim – pływać On Saturday I swim at the swimming pool. = W sobotę pływam na basenie. to ask – pytać to eat – jeść I eat = Jem. You eat. = Jesz. He eats. = On je. She eats. = Ona je. We eat. = My jemy. You all eat. = Wy jecie. They eat. = Oni jedzą. In the morning we eat breakfast. = Rano jemy śniadanie. We eat lunch at 12 o’clock. = W południe jemy lunch. In the afternoon we eat dinner. = Po południu jemy obiad. In the evening we eat supper. = Wieczorem jemy kolację. usually = zwykle cheese = ser tomato = pomidor butter = masło sandwich = kanapka tuna = tuńczyk all the time = ciągle It annoys me! = To mnie denerwuje! why = dlaczego
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 7 (Daty)
Reading dates in Polish is not the easiest thing in the world. Have a look at our quick explanation, read and listen to the text about Polish history and you will see it's all doable :) There are three basic situation: 1) w 1999 roku (only year) w tysiąc dziewięćset dziewięćdziesiątym dziewiątym roku you keep first two words in Nominative (Mianownik) and last two you put into Locative (Miejscownik) 2) w 07.1981 roku (month + year) w lipcu tysiąc dziewięćset osiemdziesiątego pierwszego roku put the month into Locative (Miejscownik), keep first two words of the year in Nominative (Mianownik) and last two you put into Genetive (Dopełniacz) 3) 10.09.1981 roku (day + month + year) dziesiątego września tysiąc dziewięćset osiemdziesiątego pierwszego roku put the day, the month and last two numbers of the year into Genetive (Dopełniacz) That's the theory. Now, listen to the text and see how it sounds
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 14
In this Bloggy Polish podcast for beginners we talk about some verbs in present tense and other useful things. Here are some words to add to your Teach2000: revision, review = powtórka And now, revision, review. = A teraz – powtórka. And now it’s time for revision. = A teraz czas na powtórkę. I live in London. = Mieszkam w Londynie. You live in London. = Mieszkasz w Londynie. to read = czytać I’m reading a paper. = Czytam gazetę. He’s reading a text in the Internet. = On czyta tekst w Internecie. They are reading a magazine. = Oni czytają magazyn. to fall = padać I’m exhausted. = Padam na nos. It’s raining. = Deszcz pada. It’s raining. = Pada. Get lost! = Spadaj!
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 13
In this Bloggy Polish podcast for beginners we talk about grammatical genders in Polish. When you learn a new noun in Polish, it’s good to remember what gender it is: męski (masculine), żeński (feminine) or nijaki (neuter). We put symbols in brackets to help you with that. water = woda (ż) mum = mama (ż) coffee = kawa (ż) tea = herbata (ż) lemon = cytryna (ż) computer = komputer (m) phone = telefon (m) boy, boy-friend = chłopak (m) bread = chleb (m) table = stół (m) house, home = dom (m) bus = autobus (m) beer = piwo (n) wine = wino (n) question = pytanie (n) breakfast = śniadanie (n) chicken = kurczę (n) centre = centrum (n) time = czas (m)
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 12
In this Bloggy Polish podcast for beginners you will learn numbers up to 100. Here are some words to add to your Teach2000 list: 30 = trzydzieści 40 = czterdzieści 50 = pięćdziesiąt 60 = sześćdziesiąt 70 = siedemdziesiąt 80 = osiemdziesiąt 90 = dziewięćdziesiąt 100 = sto That’s too difficult. = To za trudne. How old are you? = Ile masz lat? I’m 26. = Mam 26 lat. an apple = jabłko You’re stupid. = Głupi jesteś I think that… = Myślę, że…
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 11
In this Bloggy Polish podcast for beginners you'll learn lots of useful adjectives. If you want to add them to you Teach200 lists here they are: hungry = głodny, głodna tired = zmęczony, zmęczona beautiful = piękny, piękna tall = wysoki, wysoka handsome = przystojny ugly = brzydki, brzydka short (opposite to tall) = niski, niska fat = gruby, gruba slim = szczupły, szczupła poor = biedny, biedna rich = bogaty, bogata old = stary, stara young = młody, młoda big = duży, duża small = mały, mała long = długi, długa short (opposite to long) = krótki, krótka What does it mean? = Co to znaczy?
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 10
In this Bloggy Polish lesson for beginners you'll learn the verb "to have" . If you want some new phrases to add to your Teach2000, here they are: To be or not to be. = Być albo nie być. to have = mieć I have = mam I have a problem. = Mam problem. I have some time. = Mam czas. I don’t have much time. = Nie mam czasu. you have = masz Do you have a question? = Masz pytanie? he has = on ma He has a Polish girl-friend. = On ma polską dziewczynę. she has = ona ma She has a Polish boy-friend. = Ona ma polskiego chłopaka. we have = mamy We have a Polish lesson now. = Mamy teraz lekcję polskiego. you have = macie You have a nice house. = Macie ładny dom. they have = oni mają, one mają
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 6 (Wiosna?)
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/c7/a8/8e/bloggypolish/3000x3000_839467.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />It's snowing in London and there is a powercut in our flat. What kind of spring is that? Listen to our really depressed Bloggy Polish podcast for intermediate learners and revise your vocabulary related to weather, seasons of the year and complaining.
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 9
In this Bloggy Polish for beginners you'll learn the verb "to be". Here is another list to add to your Teach2000: to be = być I am = jestem you are = jesteś he is = on jest she is = ona jest we are = jesteśmy you are = jesteście they are (masculine) = oni są they are (feminine) = one są ill = chory, chora tired = zmęczony, zmęczona hungry = głodny, głodna a little bit = trochę
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 8 (numbers 11-29)
In this Bloggy Polish podcast for beginners you'll learn numbers 11 to 29.
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 5 (Wielkanoc)
In this Bloggy Polish podcast for intemediate learners we talk about Easter. Apparently Polish Easter traditions vary...
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 7 (Easter)
In this Bloggy Polish podcast we talk about Polish Easter and some traditions that you really should be familiar with!
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 4 (Męska grypa)
In this Bloggy Polish podcast for intermediate learners we talk about men flu - have you ever heard about it? Well, Łukasz has a cold (przeziębienie) and he behaves as if he was dying. Do all men behave like that when they are ill?
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 4 (Męska grypa)
In this Bloggy Polish podcast for intermediate learners we talk about men flu - have you ever heard about it? Well, Łukasz has a cold (przeziębienie) and he behaves as if he was dying. Do all men behave like that when they are ill?
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 4 (Męska grypa)
In this Bloggy Polish podcast for intermediate learners we talk about men flu - have you ever heard about it? Well, Łukasz has a cold (przeziębienie) and he behaves as if he was dying. Do all men behave like that when they are ill?
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 6
In this Bloggy Polish Podcast you learn all words you need to know to be polite, so if you want to feed your Teach2000 with them, here they are: please = proszę sorry = przepraszam no problem = nic nie szkodzi thank you = dziękuję But the word "proszę" is much more than simple "please". Listen and learn all about Polish magic words.
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 5 (numbers 0-10)
In this Bloggy Polish podcast for beginners you learn numbers 0 to 10. They look like that: 1 [ye•den] – jeden 2 [dva] – dwa 3 [tshi] – trzy 4 [chte•ri] – cztery 5 [pyench] – pięć 6 [sheshch] – sześć 7 [shye•dem] – siedem 8 [o•shyem] – osiem 9 [jye•vyench] – dziewięć 10 [jye•shyench] – dziesięć Remember: when you learn numbers try not to think about them in you mother tongue but go straight to the number itself! P.S. We also do a little bit of math today. After you listen to the podcast check if your equations look similar to these: 1+1= 2+2= 2+3= 5+2= 7+3= 10-1= 9-3= 6-4= 2+6= 8-8=
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 3
In our third Bloogy Polish podcast for intermediate learners we have guests from Poland. We talk about some funny differences between Poland and the UK, and we certainly use the word "dziwne" a lot. If you feel like having a look at the transcript of the podcast, drop us an email (bloggy.lukasz@googlemail.com).
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 4
In this Bloggy Polish podcast you learn how to ask: "How are you?" and give an answer... in a Polish way.
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Polish to Polish: Lesson 2 (Praktyka czyni mistrza)
This is our second Bloggy Polish podcast for intermediate learners. We talk about learning foreign languages. We ask ourselves what we can do to make it more effective and more fun. Any ideas? Practice makes perfect!
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Polish to polish: Lesson 1 (Valentine's Day)
<img src="https://assets.podomatic.net/ts/c7/a8/8e/bloggypolish/3000x3000_762921.jpg" alt="itunes pic" /><br />Noc Kupały - is it a Polish version of Valentine's Day? In the picture - Mazury Lake District in June. Isn't it more romantic than 14th February? Our first Bloggy Polish podcast for intermediate students is also our Valentine's podcast. We are discussing Valentine's Day and it's more Slavic version - Kupala Day. We are also talking about Valentine's cards and what you might need during Valentine's Day.
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 2 (Valentine's Day)
In this Bloggy Polish podcast you will learn how to say "I love you" and other things useful on Valentine's Day. It's high time we all thought about a Valentine's Day card. So if you need one in Polish, here are some prompts as for the content: 1. Simple but the best: Kocham Cię (I love you. Note that the word "Cię" which means "you" starts with a capital "C". This is how we write all yous in Polish letters and it is meant to show respect for the addressee.) 2. Oldschool: Na górze róże, na dole fiołki, a my się kochamy jak dwa aniołki. (This is a very old nursery rhyme. Probably all Poles know it and will smile with nostalgy when they see it again. The English translation of it is: Roses above, violets below, and we love each other as two little angels. Well? Isn't that sweet?) 3. Lots of kisses: Setki buziaków, tysiące całusów i tyle uścisków, ile tylko chcesz tylko dla Ciebie - ode mnie (Hundreds of kisses, thousands of kisses and as many hugs as you only want, only for you - from me. It works in Polish as we have two different words for "kisses" - "buziak" & "całus".) Hope these help a bit.
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Polish to Begin with: Lesson 1
Here comes our first Bloggy Polish lesson for beginners. You will learn how to say "hello" and "goodbye", and how to introduce yourself.
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