I was hoping to see this Polish girl in work today and have sort of planned a dialogue to say to her. She wasn't there and I'm nervous that she has left and my chance has gone.
I am definately paranoid big time. I'm starting to convince myself that she is way too pretty for me and she is married or has a boyfriend back home.
Drop in a badly pronounced Polish sentence with a thick Irish accent
Now that is something I can do! lol
Up until now I have been making eye contact, smiling and saying 'hi' and she has done the same back.
The next time I see her I am going to say 'dzien dobry' followed by 'Jestem ...my name.
Do you think I should leave it there?
let it rest a day or 2, rinse, repeat until you get to know her a bit
I have considered saying 'Jestes tak piekna' Is this a bit too much, too soon? I'm not even sure how to pronounce 'piekna' or whether the 'j' in 'jestes' sounds like the 'j' in just or the 'g' in given?
Your advice would be welcome once again, you've all been a big help so far.