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Weird Polish dialect


KateSnow 2 | 4
16 Nov 2012  #1
[Moved from]: Poznan dialect?

Hello!

I was talking to my grandmother a few weeks ago, via Skype, and she casually mentioned that she can speak some Polish (though I knew her grandparents were from Poznan, this was news to me.) She mentioned that a number of words she was taught are different from standard Polish, for example, "buza" (z = zh) instead of "babcia." Does anyone know of any resources for Polish regional dialects? I'd love to learn some new words for her.

Thanks!
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
16 Nov 2012  #2
This is a start: pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gwara_pozna%C5%84ska
KateSnow 2 | 4
18 Nov 2012  #3
Fantastic! Dziekuje!
OP APF 4 | 106
24 Jan 2013  #4
Since when exists this weird dialect in the Polish language?? I heard it often, when Poles are talking or during interviews etc. ..

I am talking about this ..



He suddenly gets an highly voice, I dont know what the message behind this kind of talking should be ... in my ears it is very arrogant.

Especially young people, Polish people .. ending their studies in a university, where EVERYONE gets a place .. finishing an senseless major like IT and thinking, the world is waiting for them .. they think they are gods, until they landed in a warehouse or factory somewhere in the west ..

Why are the young Poles using this?? This fast, arrogant talking, where every guy has the same voice, the same kind to talk .. why this high voices and why this pig extremely high voices during the talk, like Zimnoch in this interview?!
zetigrek
24 Jan 2013  #5
He speaks about his boxer opponent. It is not a different "dialect".
Btw, as a supposedly educated fellow you should check what the word "dialect" means. You could also work on your English if you wish do something more than work in a warehouse or a factory. You are barely intelligible.
OP APF 4 | 106
24 Jan 2013  #6
I live in Germany, I was born here, I dont have to learn English, for what?? I am inhabitant in a country, where everybody wants to live and work ..

And I am not talking about what Zimnoch is talking about (cause I understand it), I am asking about this highly voice in the beginning. Why Poles use it?

And dont act, that you are fluent in English, cause your coutnry can not afford for Polish dubs .. the few vocabularies you know from the subtitles dont make you into a Native Speaker.
zetigrek
24 Jan 2013  #7
And I am not talking about what Zimnoch is talking about (cause I understand it),

Welcome back POLENGGGs! Long time no see!

I am asking about this highly voice in the beginning

His voice pitch is absolutely normal.

I am inhabitant in a country, where everybody wants to live and work ..

I don't.

And dont act, that you are fluent in English, cause your coutnry can not afford for Polish dubs .. the few vocabularies you know from the subtitles dont make you into a Native Speaker.

I wonder if a native speaker could make out what is written above.

GGG kicked Proksas ass, thats true .. but I am not the one you think I am ..

Knowing that he's already gone for almost 3 years, you just have acknowledged that you had been hanging around here previously.

You want! Or you are in the UK ...

I'm not in the UK, neither I want to come to Germany.

Not really! It is the way so called blokersi talk.

He doesn't ask about his eloquence but voice pitch.

Oh another self-hating Pole

with ridiculous English... makes one wonder about level of education in Germany.
2plus2equals5 - | 3
24 Jan 2013  #8
It's difficult to discern an accent or a dialect of any type here. Just a simple man who got a little bit angry :)
OP APF 4 | 106
24 Jan 2013  #9
Oh yes, our education system is rather bad, thats true .. nevertheless we feed your country and an Polish graduation in Germany is worth as toilet paper .. my English is maybe so ridicolous like your view of the Polish economy .. I dont have to learn English. Who comes here have to learn German. Punkt. Aus!!
Wroclaw Boy
24 Jan 2013  #10
finishing an senseless major like IT and thinking

there are plenty of worse qualifications
zetigrek
24 Jan 2013  #11
an Polish graduation in Germany

I didn't know that you have Polish graduations in Germany. How does the ceremony look like and what does make them specifically Polish? xD

my English is maybe so ridicolous like your view of the Polish economy

How do you know that? You don't know my view on Polish economy

Who comes here have to learn German.

I hope your mom and pop have achieved proficiency level.

APF, I have never before come across such a funny German :)
Wulkan - | 3,251
24 Jan 2013  #12
lol My troll detector almost went crazy after I went to this thread
zetigrek
24 Jan 2013  #13
Not very annoying and funny. We can all poke fun about his English... do you think that something like Gerglish exists?
TheOther 5 | 3,706
25 Jan 2013  #14
We can all poke fun about his English... do you think that something like Gerglish exists?

I don't believe that guy is German. Most people I've met over there had excellent English language skills. Must be a frustrated immigrant or something... ;)
isthatu2 4 | 2,708
26 Jan 2013  #15
Who comes here have to learn German

Hand Hoch. Für Sie fritz der Krieg ist vorbei .
Is about all we ever needed to learn of german when we arrived mate....

And dont act, that you are fluent in English, cause your coutnry can not afford for Polish dubs .. the few vocabularies you know from the subtitles dont make you into a Native Speaker

She writes like an educated native speaker though fella,where as you write like a native speaker too,just one who normally comes on here and moans about "bl**dy Imagrents(sic) ".....


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