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Which books do native Polish people in Poland use to learn Polish?


pawian 224 | 24,465
31 Jan 2023 #61
describing yourself?

Of course not.
I am talking about Mr Buggy.

He`s :
intelligent coz he is able to solve various riddles and mysteries
knowledgeable coz he studied history and art and is a full time worker of a Historic Department in the Ministry of Culture.
caring coz he cares about his friends and helpers and protects them from rogues.
brave coz he faces danger without hesitation whenever necessary
reliable coz he doesn`t cheat, lie, manipulate. .
determined - coz he doesn`t rest until he finds the hidden lost treasures.
adventurous and crazy - it is easy to do when you possess such a curious gadget as his car.

Shyt! This means he is perfect.

I have always liked such heroes. True role models for young readers. HA!
pawian 224 | 24,465
31 Jan 2023 #62
when you possess such a curious gadget as his car.

Somewhere in the middle of the series, the author introduces the second gadget, living, for a change - namely an amazing specimen of a Great Dane. The dog initially tries to dominate Mr Buggy and he worries about his position in the house but with passage of time they become good friends and cooperate nicely to catch artifact thieves.

This cover version of the book I borrowed from my school library seems the most attractive

Mr Buggy and the Mother of all Mysteries.



pawian 224 | 24,465
26 Dec 2023 #63
Pan Kleks is a a wizard and educator. He runs an academy for boys whose first names start with A - they learn unusual subjects and experience amazing adventures in real and magical world.

They have just released a film based on the story but with massive changes. E.g, the main boy protagonist, Adam, was turned into a girl - Ada. Amasing!!!! :):):)

The film has attracted mostly positive opinions so far.

Compare main characters in two adaptations: 1983 with Adam and 2023 with Ada:





mowiciel prawdy
23 Jan 2024 #64
can someone recommend a good 'comprehensive' Grammar book of Polish, preferably written in Polish?

I am looking for something the size of a good brick at the very least (e.g. the German equivalent that I have at home is ca. 3000 pages long), preferably also something devised to serve as a reference for native linguists and language professionals.
Alien 20 | 5,024
23 Jan 2024 #65
Adam, was turned into a girl - Ada.

He started wearing dresses or something else.


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