Bravewarrior 2 | - 22 Sep 2016 #1Cześć :)I'm a new member here, so I'll just say a few words about myself. I love Slavic languages, but the one I love the most is Polish. Reasons? Because I love the way it sounds and the way it's written. How did I find this language and why did I decide to study it? Well, I found it after being interested in other Slavic languages like Russian (I don't speak any Slavic language fluently right now though). I decided to study it because I love languages and because well, I'd love to become fluent in Polish. I'm not ok with just knowing a few things here and there, I actually want to learn it fluently, so I thought this forum might help me with that and with learning other interesting stuff about Poland like its history, its culture and customs, etc. Anything else? Sure, I've been having a crush on a Polish girl for years ;) but she's not the reason why I want to learn this beautiful language. As I said, I love all Slavic languages and Eastern European countries fascinate me (I'm from Western Europe, so hello there, friends from the East!).Where am I in learning? Well, I'm ok with pronunciation and reading and writing, but grammar and vocabulary? So many things I need to learn!What worries me the most is grammar, of course. What about it, in particular? Cases. They scare me the most and I find them the hardest part of this language, more difficult than other grammar topics. This is where I need to be encouraged A LOT :) also, tips about the best ways of learning cases and practicing are very welcome!I'm studying personal pronouns with all their cases now and doing exercises about them. But this is just a tiny part of the language. What I find very very difficult is knowing cases for nouns. Harder than pronouns.P.S: my username....yes, I chose it after thinking about how brave I am for wanting to learn Polish so badly! Haha!So....that's it, for now. Looking forward to your replies!P.S. 2: I know the basics of Slavic languages, similarities and differences, general rules and pronunciation, so it's not like I'm totally new to this world, it's just that I don't speak any Slavic language fluently. I speak 3 languages fluently, just not Slavic ones. Russian is another language I love (and I can read Cyrillic) but for some reason, it doesn't impress me as much as Polish does.