Polish Pronoun Declensions
(maybe too advanced for the beginner)
As said above. When it comes to dative
, just focus on the personal pronouns to start with.
Get a good book. For example, Polish in 4 weeks
. The book is very "pedagogiczna", and explain things well.
Generally, the most common cases used are: Nominative, Accusative, Genetive then Instrumental and Locative, then Dative and finally Vocative.
Good points.Benefit of those studying equivalents to UK GCSEs here are the pass marks
For the benefit of those undertaking Matura or equivalent exams these are the grades that would be achieved if studying for GCSE's here in the UK and for the A-levels (Matura is the equivalent of this one)GCSEs
A* - 80%
A - 70%
B - 60%
C - 50%
D - 40%
E - 30%
F - 25%
G - Fail
U - Unclassified - not attended exam usually gets you this grade.A-LEVELS
A = 80%+
B = 70%
C = 60%
D = 50%
E = 40%
U = <40%
Hope that helps some of you out .... !