You're asking many questions in this thread, and you seem a beginner, so reading my post is going to be confusing, but I'd only like to point out one thing - nouns with numbers.
Search the forums, there have been some discussions about it, unfortunatelly in Polish different numbers require different cases, example:
1 miesiąc (singular, Nominative)
5 (or more) miesię
), unfortunatelly not always, the bigger numbers ending in 2/3/4 follow the 2/3/4 rule (so 22/34/43/52/.../102/1004 miesiące
Now, this is some extra information, but don't try to remember it at once, it would be useless, just keep in mind there are many traps for a beginning student of Polish, and also for an advanced one :)
1/ In Genitive plural (but also in other cases) you can see something typical for Polish (but also other languages, not only Slavic, but also for example German) - the vowel change inside a word (something that's very limited in English: foot - feet, goose - geese): miesią
ce (pl., Nom) - miesię
cy (pl., Gen.).
2/ We also have lots of consonant changes (near the end of the word), for example "(ja) pomog
ę", "(my) pomoż
3/ Btw, these are the forms you were asking for in your first post, what polishtxgirl gave you was conjugation of the verb "pomagać", which means the same thing as "pomóc", but the first one is imperfective, the second one is perfective.