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What language do you like better, Polish or English?


RJ_cdn - | 267  
8 Jan 2008 /  #61
Witaj, turecka kobieto!! (or Witaj turczynko!)(małe poprawienie twojego dostępstwa słów i gramatyki)

"Mam WIELU [lepiej niż 'duży'] przyjaciół Z POLSKI, KTÓRZY uczą się języka tureckiego."

Tak, jest bardzo praktyczny dzisiaj, bo teraz Polska jest członkiem Unii Europejskiej.
W przyszłości Turcja też??

Marek 4 | 867  
8 Jan 2008 /  #62
Pytanie. Rodzaj męski w przypadku wołaczim: "Witaj, turczynku!" ???
RJ_cdn - | 267  
8 Jan 2008 /  #63
"Witaj, turczyńku!"

Witaj turku.

female -turczynka
male - turek
Marek 4 | 867  
8 Jan 2008 /  #64
Wreszczie zrozumiem. Dziękuję!!
elyessamaina  
8 Jan 2008 /  #65
MAREK:D

jestem mężczyzną...in turkey we dont use tha last letter in order to seperate genders unlike polish...so i m male:D i love my avatar also thank you...pozdrawiam serdecznie....also thank you to your help marek...
porta 18 | 297  
8 Jan 2008 /  #66
I like both English and Polish.

English because of it is always useful in any country.

Polish because it is a great challenge to learn ,and a lot of fun ,and i must not forget to mention all the great friends i have gotten while trying to learn it :)
Krzysztof 2 | 973  
8 Jan 2008 /  #67
Witaj, turczyńku!
Witaj turku.

hmm, nationalities with big letters!
so correct is:
Witaj, Turczynko! (to a female)
Witaj, Turku! (to a male)
z_darius 14 | 3,968  
9 Jan 2008 /  #68
"Witaj, turczynku!" ???

Turczyn is an older version of the word, harldy in use anymore. So a long while ago "turczynku" would be grammatically correct and it would be a diminutive form of "turczyn".

a side note: turek used to be Polish slang for someone not so well put together intellectually, and it was in use still some 20 years ago (not sure about now). The origin of the word in this use resulted from the differences between the cultures and lanuages which made communication and understanding hard.
temporary  
10 Jan 2008 /  #69
English is less complicated! i think....

Would that mean that English is more preferred, or is it the other way round?
OP Gryzia 2 | 15  
25 Jan 2008 /  #70
why are you lot alking abuot TURKEY?? anyways my mum makes fun out of me coz i talk cokney english (best english ever!!!)
osiol 55 | 3,922  
25 Jan 2008 /  #71
coz i talk cokney english

The Cockney thing lures people in.

why are you lot alking abuot TURKEY??

I've heard plenty of Turkish people talking like Cockneys. Strangely enough, it seems to suit quite a lot of them.

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