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When do you use 'się'? And what does it mean?


SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
25 Feb 2010 #31
"uczyć się" means just to learn not "to teach myself"

Which is the same thing. When you sit and read your course book you learnand you teach yourself.
Peter KRK
25 Feb 2010 #32
Another example:

1 - prowadzić = to drive, to ride
2 - prowadzić się = to behave, to conduct (like: to ride yourself)

In sentence:

1 - Doda prowadzi Lamborghini.
2 - Doda prowadzi się źle.
DuzaDupa - | 2
25 Feb 2010 #33
The easiest way that I learned "się" is that is it used for the reflexive.
Sparkle_Ravelle 4 | 11
2 Jun 2010 #34
Another example:

1 - prowadzić = to drive, to ride
2 - prowadzić się = to behave, to conduct (like: to ride yourself)

Ahhh! Interesting. You really have to think outside of the box when translating Polish to English, no wonder googletranslate can't cope!

Many thanks everybody for your help!
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
2 Jun 2010 #35
You really have to think outside of the box

When you understand the structures and principles of Polish, it's actually a rather logical language.
shelly19 - | 3
28 Dec 2011 #36
Hi what dose (Gon sie) mean?? thank you
ReservoirDog - | 132
28 Dec 2011 #37
" Co się stało się??"

ahahahaha, I belive your friend knows our polish internet star - Krzysztof Kononowicz :D

Goń się means "idz sobie pobiegaj" ;) = get lost

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