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Joined: 14 May 2009 / Female ♀
Last Post: 24 Jul 2014
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jump_bunny   
24 Jul 2014
Po polsku / Ruscy sieją propagandę na polskich portalach? [25]

Oczywiście, że zauwazył ale ludzie nie czytaja tych brukowców a nawet jeśli to nie biora tego na poważnie.

Nigdzie nie pisałam, że uważam te portale za wiarygodne źródła wiedzy ale mówiąc, że ludzie ich nie czytają i nie biorą ich na poważnie, mijamy się z prawdą. Sam mówisz, że brukowiec a czytasz nie tylko artykuły ale nawet komentarze.

Wracając do tematu (nie jest nim jakość samego portalu), wystarczy spojrzeć na komentarze pod poniższym artykułem. Wiele napisanych jest w języku angielskim lub rosyjskim i podważa jakoby rosyjskie media źle przedstawiały polskę. Ich ogólne przesłanie jest takie, że w Rosji nikogo Polska nie obchodzi, o Polsce się nie mówi i niewiele wie. Co w takim razie robią ci ludzie na polskim portalu, czytając polski artykuł i jeszcze go komentując? Wiele poprzednich artykułów zawierało silnie pro-rosyjskie komentarze, zazwyczaj w języku polskim i z reguły pełne błędów. Co do polskich świrów - zgadzam się, nie brakuje malkontentów, którzy wylewają żółć. Czy to oni czy faktycznie Rosjanie? Po prostu wydaje mi się to interesujące.
jump_bunny   
23 Jul 2014
Po polsku / Ruscy sieją propagandę na polskich portalach? [25]

Nie wiem czy ktoś się wczytywał w komentarze na popularnych polskich serwisach (gazeta, wp, onet) ale szokująco dużo wypowiedzi jest pro-rosyjskich, nawet pod artykułami o MH17. Czy to Polacy czy Rosjanie wypisują takie farmazony? Ktoś jeszcze to zauważył?
jump_bunny   
22 Jul 2014
Love / Am I The Only One Who Doesn't Find Polish Women Attractive? [78]

You're most likely not the only one and while I believe this is possible to find Polish women unattractive this must due to the way they act, their accent or customs. It's not like they all look the same and you sound ridiculous saying it's something about their faces.

Where are you from?
jump_bunny   
21 Jul 2014
Life / What type of gift should i buy for my hosts in Poland? [22]

I never knew this was impolite to give alcohol in Poland but I must admit that in case you don't know your hosts very well it's safer to get them chocolates. You don't want to give wine to someone and then find out they're recovering alcoholics.
jump_bunny   
11 Mar 2013
Life / Rising cost of food across the globe. How much is a weekly shop in Poland now in 2013. [53]

I don't think I spend more than 150zł weekly on food for myself. Most of it includes vegetables and not too much meat though. I never really buy any soft drinks either as I drink only water.

A lot depends on where you go for shopping too. Piotr i Paweł as well as Alma are to be avoided if you don't want to pay too much whereas you'll spend less in Lidl and Biedronka. Tescos, Real and Carrefour are somewhere inbetween price-wise.
jump_bunny   
4 Feb 2013
Life / Migration To Poland - cost of living, work, safe for a girl? [20]

Poland is probably not exactly what you're looking for; try perhaps Germany or the UK instead. You're most welcome to visit of course but I'm just slightly worried that the standard of living might fail to meet your expectations.
jump_bunny   
4 Feb 2013
Genealogy / Want to find a person in Poland [610]

Polish girls are often involved in storys

On what grounds did you make that statement? Please elaborate.
jump_bunny   
4 Feb 2013
Genealogy / Want to find a person in Poland [610]

Surely she would have contacted you by now if she wanted to... stop being creepy and leave her alone, just a suggestion.
jump_bunny   
12 Nov 2010
Life / WHY DO POLES USE ENGLISH WORDS IN CONVERSATION? [396]

This is probably one of the most common word formation processes. It's called borrowing and is a huge sources of new words in English, that is the adoption of words from other languages – ‘piano’ is Italian, ‘robot’ is Czech and ”yoghurt’ is Turkish. Poles talk about ‘sport’, ‘klub’, ‘pub’ and many others...
jump_bunny   
19 Jul 2010
Po polsku / Policzmy się! [80]

To sie porobilo na polishforums. Teraz juz i po polsku mozna pisac...
jump_bunny   
24 Jan 2010
Language / iec conjugation [47]

This is really quite an interesting question. In the Polish language most infinitives end with -ć (and I really can't tell why some of them do end with -eć and others with -ać or -ść) but what I know is that only a few end with -c, (the ones in which a velar consonant 'k' or 'g' occurs in their conjugation) (for example: verb to be able to - c, I am able to - mogę, to help - pomóc, I help - pomagam, to say - rzec, he said - rzekł). This rule became a standard due to phonetic changes made during the proto-Slavic and Old Polish periods. Temporarily, in the nineteenth century, the trend occured to change the ending -c into -dz so the forms listed above would be spelled dz, pomódz, rzedz etc (Just like it happens with nouns, 'k' and 'g' changes into 'dz': leg - Nominative singular: noga - Dative singular: nodze; Nominative singular: droga - Dative singular: drodze etc). This tendency didn't last long and ended before 1918 since it was not justified in the historical development of the language - the infinitive's ending never goes into phonological alternation with the subject of the verb, this is how we know it is completely independent morpheme. Hence the standard of the nineteenth century was forgotten.
jump_bunny   
21 Dec 2009
Language / Usage rules of ł in the Polish language [30]

Have you heard how a very old (but posh) person from the east of Poland pronounces it?

Unfortunately not however, my Phonology teacher likes to imitate that sound which I find really quite interesting!

This is also relatively easy to notice when listening an English native speaker pronouncing the word 'lull' - first /l/ is clear and second /l/ is dark.
jump_bunny   
21 Dec 2009
Language / Usage rules of ł in the Polish language [30]

Very old people sometimes pronounce it in this way - I rather like the sound.

We now have phonemes /ł/ and /l/ rather than dark /l/ ,that used to be a veralised seperate speech sound, and clear /l/ which are both lateral approximants. We no longer use dark /l/ however, in British English, we distinguish those two quite easily: dark /l/ is used as words' final after a vowel and before a consonant, e.g. [bill], [help]. Clear /l/ is used before vowels and before a semivowel /j/, e.g. [leave], [blow], [silly]. Additionally, dark /l/ is also commonly used in American English, pretty much all the time I think.
jump_bunny   
17 Dec 2009
News / What Poland can't do right [113]

oh they do kick ass crisps too lays are realy good i usualy eat a few bags there when i go

I think you get them in the UK too, they're called Walkers there.
jump_bunny   
16 Dec 2009
News / What Poland can't do right [113]

Wow you Polish birds really have your heads up your arse sometimes.

How? I've asked her a question.
jump_bunny   
16 Dec 2009
News / What Poland can't do right [113]

It is not nice to talk about people poor English. You are teacher and you should know better.

Well, sorry birdy but you have happened to pick on me for studying. Now this was a stupid thing to do. Just because you are not educated yourself, it doesn't mean you are free to throw insults at people who put some effort into expanding new horizons rather than, what you seem to be good at, sitting and criticising Polish women and dwelling on what they wear. Get over this, you must be working in an environment full of manual workers (not as if there was something wrong with manual workers but you get this certain type of a person who's against education itself) so please, don't be surprised you get vain girls there - this has nothing to do with their nationality. In fact, you are filled with envy and you spreading your pathetic comments about Polish women is a proof itself that it's you who knows nothing about the world. Now, tell me, because I just can't wait to hear, where you are from.
jump_bunny   
16 Dec 2009
News / What Poland can't do right [113]

From reading this foorum and this is how I get it. Where have you been, in school and haven't see world yet. You have no time to have fun. Doing your homeworks is boring

Blimey, and you, unlike me, have been bunking off school all the time hence you can't even speak English.