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Polish grammar verbs present tense exercises 7

Polish verbs present tense Choose the Polish present tense verb conjugation. ___ ___ do sklepu. I am going to the store. ja idę ja idziesz ja iść ja chodzić ___ ___. I am riding the train. idę pociąg jechać pociągiem jadę pociągiem jadę pociąg ___ samochód. I am driving the car. prowadzę prowadze jadę prowadzić […]

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Polish grammar verbs past tense exercises 8

Polishverbs past tense Choose the Polish past tense verb conjugation. Ja ___ do sklepu. I was going to the store. szedł szła szliśmy szedłem Ja ___ pociągiem. I was riding the train. jechał jechać jechałem jadę Ja ___ samochód. I was driving the car. prowadziłem prowadziliście prowadziliśmy prowadziła Ty ___ w pociągu. You were riding […]

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Polish grammar verbs future tense exercises 9

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Polish grammar questions exercises 10

Polish grammar questions Choose the Polish number or question. ___ ___ ___? What is this? czym to jest gdzie to jest co to jest który to jest ___ ___? Who is that? co to kto to co tam gdzie to ___ ___? Where are you from? skąd jesteś gdzie jesteś kim jesteś czym jesteś ___ […]

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Polish grammar noun case identification lesson l

Polish  noun case identification Polish Grammar objective The objective of this lesson is to understand, what is a noun case, which noun case to use in a sentence, to prepare you for how to read the Polish grammar case tables. Polish Noun endings depend on three things Number: singular or plural Gender: masculine, feminine or […]

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Polish grammar noun case endings lesson 2

Polish noun case endings The purpose of this lesson is to show examples of how the endings change in noun cases. Examples of Polish grammar. Nominative- Dom->Dom House Samochód -> Samochód Car Łąka -> Łąka Meadow Ptak -> Ptak Bird Drzewo -> Drzewo Tree Łyżka -> Łyżka Spoon Droga->Droga Road Światło->Światło Light Twarz->Twarz Face Księżyc->Księżyc […]

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Polish grammar cases in sentences lesson 3

Polish cases in sentences The purpose of this lesson is to show examples of Polish noun cases. Polish cases are the hardest, and almost only part of Polish grammar. Once you learn these first few lessons, Polish grammar is easy. There is no theory here. It is memorizing the noun endings and using them in […]

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Polish grammar adjective cases lesson 4

Polish Adjective cases Similar to English, Polish adjectives, nouns usually precede their nouns; however, their forms change to respect their nouns. Polish adjectives agree in gender, number and case with their respective nouns. For example if the noun is singular, then the adjective will agree with the noun in gender, that is masculine, feminine or […]

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Polish grammar possessives lesson 5

Possessives Possessive pronouns show to who/what something belongs. As in English possessive pronouns change slightly in case. For example, In English we say. This house in mine. This is my house. It changes in case. In English our pronouns are: my, your, his/her/its, their our,. However, in Polish again possessive pronouns agree in in case […]

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Polish grammar prepositions lesson 6

Polish prepositions Prepositions are usually associated with location or with direction and verbs of motion. In Polish most preposition are used in the same way as with English. However, there are some important differences, for example with reference to sky and sea. In English we say ‘the sun in the sky’, in Polish it’s the […]