Polish Verbs Like in English verbs have three tenses, past, present and future. Aspects. Like in English Polish has verb aspects, however, not quite as many. Basically most Polish verbs have two forms, the imperfect and the perfect. The imperfect aspect is uesed for an actions which is unfinished or continuious, whilst, the perfect for […]
Polish verbs past tense Polish verbs past have two aspects for actions completed (perfect) and for actions incomplete (imperfect). He is the verb to be: być byłem byłes był byliśmy byliście byli
Polish verbs future tense The Future tense have perfect and imperfect aspects for actions that are non continuous (perfect) and for actions that are continuous in the future (imperfect). For example: I will be waiting for you at the airport. This is an imperfect future as it is continuous. However, “I will graduate on May […]
How to make a question in Polish Questions: In Polish questions are formed in two ways, by inflecting your voice or by adding the question word czy at the beginning of the sentence. However, question words as who, why, where etc change with case so to understand these you need to refer to the table.
Polish Grammar This is a table I created for Polish grammar noun cases. Polish cases Gerneral Summary of when a Polish noun case is used. Nomitive It is used when you refer to a direct object . This is…. Kto/Co Who/what . Genitive Possession, Mark’s car. Or lack of possession (I do not have a […]