The lesson is inspired by real events taking place in a Polish hospital.
In these short dialogues you will learn how to talk about body parts in Polish.
Also you will learn how to explain your condiiton when you visit a doctor.
Do you know how to say "stomachache" in Polish? It might be a perfect excuse.
I hope our lessons will get you started with improving your Polish.
You are on the playing field.
Your friend wants to play with you, but you decline because of a stomachache.
We're going to play?
Nie, boli mnie brzuch.
No, my stomach is sore.
What a shame.
When going in for an appointment, I always have a rough idea of what I'm going to say.
Howevere when you are in a different country this gets a little tricky. I hope those short dialouges will help you to express yourself better when visiting a doctor in Poland.
Sometimes you may get a translator. This can be very helpful.
If you fail to express yourself in Polish using a lot of hand gestures can solve the problem :)
You are sitting on the bench, talking with your friend about your stomachache.
Byłeś u lekarza?
Have you been at the doctors?
Stomach hurts (stomach is sore)?
It hurts a lot.
One way to grab someone's attention to get treated quickly at the Emergency Department is to make a big entrance.
This guy knows how to do it best.
It is very sore!
Wszystko mnie boli!
Boli mnie ręka.
My hand is sore.
Boli mnie głowa.
My head is sore.
You arrive in Warsaw. It's a rainy day. Typical Polish weather in autumn.
Even a rainy day can turn into something bright!
In this Polish lesson, you will learn how to use some Polish cases.
They can be confusing :) I hope our short dialogues can help you figure out the rules for different endings.
Also, you will learn to talk about the weather and thanking someone for their help.
You arrive in Warsaw. It's a rainy day.
To jest Warszawa.
This is Warsaw.
I like Poland.
Nie lubię tej pogody.
I don't like this weather.
You fall into a water puddle. It's still raining.
It's raining again.
Nie lubię deszczu.
I don't like the rain.
Nie lubię Warszawy.
I don't like Warsaw.
A guy comes to help. He holds an umbrella.
I like Warsaw.
I like Polish people.
You thank for the help. It stopped raining. You are happy.
Dziękuję Panu bardzo.
Thank you very much sir.
Where you from?
Jestem z USA.
I am from USA.
On the train.
Train rides in Poland can be eventful.
It's not only a way to get from one destination to another.
Something like a spark of love can happen...
You enter the train and look for your seat.
It turns out that someone is already sitting there.
Verb "to have" in Polish.
Ja mam bilet...
I have a ticket...
Ja też mam bilet.
I also have a ticket.
Ja też mam numer 69.
I also have number 69.
O, mamy problem.
Oh, we have a problem.
2 Siadasz na tym samym miejscu co chłopak. Bilety i plecak siedzą obok.
You sit on the same seat as the guy. Tickets and rucksack sit next to youse.
We have a problem.
Ale też mamy rozwiązanie.
But we also have a solution.
Mamy fajną wycieczkę.
We have a nice trip.
Our Polish Teacher
My name is Luiza. I am a teacher of Polish. I teach Polish in our small family run school in the north of Poland and Online.