In today's lesson, we will explore a typical Polish conversation around the breakfast table
Mark: "Kasia, co chcesz na śniadanie?"
Kasia, what do you want for breakfast?
Kasia: "Nie jestem pewna. Co mamy?"
I'm not sure. What do we have?
Mark: "Mamy jajka i chleb. Co chcesz?"
We have eggs and bread. What do you want?
Kasia: "Poproszę jajka."
I'll have the eggs, please.
Mark: "A chcesz też kawę?"
And do you also want coffee?
Kasia: "Tak, chcę kawę. Dziękuję."
Yes, I want coffee. Thank you.
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2. TranslationLet's translate the sentences:
Dialogue 1: Cieszyn and Kraków
Person A: Cieszyn jest fajny? (Is Cieszyn cool?)
Person B: Tak, ale Kraków jest jeszcze fajniejszy. (Yes, but Kraków is even cooler.)
Person A: Nigdy nie byłam/byłem w Krakowie. (I have never been to Kraków.)
Dialogue 2: Poznań and Wrocław
Person A: Poznań jest fajny? (Is Poznań cool?)
Person B: Tak, Poznań jest fajny. A Wrocław? (Yes, Poznań is cool. And Wrocław?)
Person A: Nie wiem, nigdy nie byłam/byłem we Wrocławiu. (I don't know, I have never been to Wrocław.)
Dialogue 3: Warszawa and Sopot
Person A: Warszawa jest fajna? (Is Warsaw cool?)
Person B: Tak, ale Sopot ma piękną plażę. (Yes, but Sopot has a beautiful beach.)
Person A: Nigdy nie byłam/byłem w Sopocie. (I have never been to Sopot.)
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👇We will practice speaking the above dialouges👇
Our focus will be on practicing dialogues in pairs, which is a fantastic opportunity to enhance your conversational skills in a fun and interactive way. Making mistakes is all part of the learning process! See you on Monday at 6.30 pm.
Today, we dove into a very practical aspect of the Polish language – talking about costs and purchasing items. Specifically, we learned how to say "the bread costs" in Polish and the conjugation of the verb "to buy."
Conjugation of the Verb "To Buy" (kupować) in Polish
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See you next Monday at 7 PM for more Polish language adventures! Dziękuję i do zobaczenia! (Thank you and see you!)
Today’s 7 PM class is going to be a fascinating journey - we're talking about surprises that Poland has to offer. From the charming clatter of trains to the whimsical weather, we’ll be sharing stories that will tickle your curiosity and perhaps even tug at your heartstrings.
But that's not all - after our live stream at 7:30 PM, we'll break into cozy Zoom groups for an intimate conversation class. It’s your chance to speak, listen, and immerse yourself in the wonders of Poland through lively discussion.
Today in our Polish lesson, I'd like to share a few words related to coffee and milk and express my preferences.
Czy pijesz kawę z mlekiem czy czarną?
Do you drink coffee with milk or black?
Jaki jest twój ulubiony rodzaj kawy?
What is your favorite type of coffee?
Czy kawa jest zdrowa?
Is coffee healthy?
Czy masz ekspres do kawy w domu?
Do you have a coffee machine at home
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.