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The verb "Piec" to bake


Baltic Paul 3 | 8  
13 May 2009 /  #1
Pieć
Ja = Piekę
Ty = Pieczesz
On/Ona/Ono = ?
My = ?
Wy =?
Oni/One =?

All help appreciated.

Are there similar verbs to this?
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,098  
13 May 2009 /  #2
Ja = piekę ciacho
Ty = pieczesz ciacho
On/Ona/Ono = piecze ciacho
My = pieczemy ciacho
Wy = pieczecie ciacho
Oni/One = pieką ciacho
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595  
13 May 2009 /  #3
There are very many verbs who have endings like this one.

my: -my
wy: -cie
oni: -ą
OP Baltic Paul 3 | 8  
14 May 2009 /  #4
I know.
I wanted to know if there were other verbs that conjugated in a similar way to PIEC.
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595  
14 May 2009 /  #5
I don't understand your question. But yes, there are many verbs where you, as with pieć, take the stem of the word (often equal to the 3rd person singular) and just add plural endings as below.

my: -my
wy: -cie
oni: -ą

When it comes to verbs (infinitives) ending in -ać you often use the same procedure adding the above mentioned endings to the stem (usually equal to 3rd person singular form [on, ona, ono]). The difference is that you add -ją to the 3rd person plural [oni/one].
OP Baltic Paul 3 | 8  
14 May 2009 /  #6
What I mean is.....
Some verbs change like....
Rozumiem, Rozumiesz, Rozumie......
or
Mowię, Mowisz, Mowi.......

Then you have the unusual
Jestem, Jesteś, Jest.....

(Once we get to the plurals they all seem to keep the same pattern).

With PIEĆ I only had the infinitive and the first two forms (Ja, Ty) and I had no idea how the 3rd person singular (On, Ona, Ono) would form.

I assume there is a formula that I don't know.
Easy_Terran 3 | 312  
15 May 2009 /  #7
no idea how the 3rd person singular (On, Ona, Ono) would form

On/Ona/Ono = piecze ciacho

With PIEĆ

PIEC, and not PIEĆ

piec - to bake (also the stove, the oven)
pięć - five
pieć - doesn't exist
przytula - | 4  
20 May 2009 /  #8
have a look over here and see conjugation-show
en.wiktionary.org/wiki/piec
best regards, Zbyszek Przytula
Michal - | 1,865  
24 May 2009 /  #9
PIEC, and not PIEĆ

There is also the Polish verb form upiec.
gumishu 11 | 5,878  
24 May 2009 /  #10
upiec is a perfective (perfect) form of piec

piec is imperfective

you can 'piec' and 'piec' and 'nie upiec' - bake, bake and have anything really baked (properly)
Michal - | 1,865  
26 May 2009 /  #11
upiec is a perfective (perfect) form of piec

Yes, that is correct.
leszek38 - | 31  
26 May 2009 /  #12
"Piec" (an noun) is also cooker, stove.

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