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Polish for a Swede?

Gosia
2010-08-19
17:26
Polish for a Swede?
Hello, I was thinking about learing Polish. I have a Polish grilfriends and I would like to surprise her. My mothertongue is Swedish, so I guess there aren't many similarities. I've read somwhere that is one of the most compliacated languages in the world. Do you guys think that this is true? I just wonder if I would manage to learn the basics.
Gosia
2010-08-20
16:34
Well, the grammar is really complicated, especially when it comes to grammar. Nevertheless, if you don’t want to be ultra-correct, i think you won’t have so many problems with the basics. For example, you don’t have to learn the whole new alphabet (like in Russian). If you are motivated enough, I bet you will manage. People do many strange things because of love:-)
Gosia
2010-08-23
10:22
[quote:Anka_M]Well, the grammar is really complicated, especially when it comes to grammar. Nevertheless, if you don’t want to be ultra-correct, i think you won’t have so many problems with the basics. For example, you don’t have to learn the whole new alphabet (like in Russian). If you are motivated enough, I bet you will manage. People do many strange things because of love:-)[/quote]


It’s so nice tob hear that there is actually someone, who wants to learn our damn-difficult language! Once I have tried to catch some Swedish, and you know what, even though the grammar is really simple, the pronunciation and the ‘flow’ was killing me! I think that every language is difficult in different aspect.. For example, we don’t omit vowels while speaking like you Swedes do. Don’t let the grammar upset you, be positive and in a few weeks/monts your girlfriend will be very happy;)
Gosia
2010-08-26
16:27
Thanks, guys. I think that this actually might work. I have even found a language school teaching Polish here in Stockholm. I want to propose to my gf in Polish. Can someone tell me how would that sound?
Gosia
2010-08-27
15:40
[quote:ake]Thanks, guys. I think that this actually might work. I have even found a language school teaching Polish here in Stockholm. I want to propose to my gf in Polish. Can someone tell me how would that sound?[/quote]


When a man proposes to a woman, he would say „czy zechcesz zostać moją żoną” or easier:„czy wyjdziesz za mnie’? I guess that you have no idea how to pronounce that, haha. It’s too hard to explain it in writing, you habe to go to your Polish classes and ask your teacher!:)
Joanna_Polish_Centre
2012-02-06
17:01
Or you can check it here: http://www.oddcast.com/home/demos/tts/tts_example.php?sitepal
maximus
2015-10-22
18:24
PROLOG is a language school, where you can learn Polish very quickly and with really good results. People all over the world come there to take part in their courses. You can meet here Americans, Australians and even Asians. In PROLOG you have different types of classes to choose, for example, you can pick intensive, superintensive or standard version. Many different options is surely encouraging to try all these things that PROLOG offers.
www.polishcourses.com
Antonio w szkole języka polskiego
Antonio
Bruksela (Belgia)

Próbowałem uczyć się kilku języków online, ale szybko się zniechęcałem, bo albo kurs był za bardzo komunikacyjny, albo też za bardzo ‘tradycyjny’. Polskiego nie miałem możliwości uczyć się inaczej jak tylko online, więc bez przekonania, ale zarejestrowałem się na kurs na e-polish.eu. Ku mojemu zdziwieniu, tutaj po raz pierwszy spotykam się z kursem, gdzie metodzie komunikacyjnej towarzyszy rzetelny komentarz gramatyczny. Na początku kursu sięgałem do niego dość często, teraz przekonałem się że materiał jest tak fantastycznie przygotowany, iż jest to zbędne. Faktycznie uczę się teraz czysto komunikacyjnie!

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