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Using the correct grammar is stopping me from progressing with Polish language


Rich Mazur 5 | 2,550    
19 Nov 2018  #31
Incorrect grammar certainly won't stop you from "communicating", it may though impede ultimate clarity and understanding:-)

...and when the errors are so flagrant that they show the I-don't-give-a-s*** attitude, that makes clarity and understanding moot or, at least, secondary.
It's like burping or farting at a dinner party and arguing that you can still understand what I am saying so what's the problem.
Lyzko 20 | 5,973    
19 Nov 2018  #32
Couldn't have phrased it better if I'd tried.
gregy741 4 | 1,228    
  20 Nov 2018  #33
i think,polish language is best to learn by listening and talking alot. not by learning from books.polish grammar its just so confusing,that trying to learn it,will only mess up your head.lol

i speak proper polish grammar wise,but i sucked in grammar in primary school..and even today i got no idea about grammar structure of polish language..no need it

just talk to ppl alot and watch movies listen tv ect
Lyzko 20 | 5,973    
20 Nov 2018  #35
I'd add, listening to TV broadcasts, ideally with POLISH-language captions or subtitles in order to visualize what is being said as you gradually grow accustomed to both the rhythms as well as usage in daily speech:-)

It worked for me, that's all I can say.


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