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Dziękujecie in plural form


sunbreak 14 | 20
1 Oct 2010  #1
What is the plural form of dziękujecie?
Bzibzioh
1 Oct 2010  #2
I'm not sure what you mean.
strzyga 2 | 993
1 Oct 2010  #3
This is plural, 2nd person.

Singular: dziękuję/dziękujesz/dziękuje
Plural: dziękujemy/dziękujecie/dziękują
kondzior 9 | 950
3 Oct 2010  #4
Dziękujemy and so on means "we thank you", if you look for that.
"Thanks" I'll tranlsate as "dzięki"
purplelady 1 | 32
3 Oct 2010  #5
Can anyone tell me whether "dzięki" is used only in very casual conversation between friends or whether it is acceptable in more formal conversation?

Thanks (dzięki)!
gumishu 11 | 5,015
4 Oct 2010  #6
it is not accepted in formal environment/setting
kondzior 9 | 950
4 Oct 2010  #7
It sounds somewhat informal, but no one is going to take the offence. I guess. One can say to his boss "Dzięki, panie dyrektorze". At least to me it sounds normal.
strzyga 2 | 993
4 Oct 2010  #8
"Dzięki, panie dyrektorze".

if you're in good relations with your boss then it's OK.
But when in doubt, use "dziękuję", just to be on the safe side.
OP sunbreak 14 | 20
8 Oct 2010  #9
Actually, I didn't for what I wanted correctly. What I really wanted was the past form of the word dziękujecie.
Bzibzioh
8 Oct 2010  #10
past form of the word dziękujecie.

Podziękowaliście
cinek 2 | 337
8 Oct 2010  #11
No. It is: dziękowaliście (imperf.). Podziękowaliście is the perfective counterpart.

Cinek


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