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Nazywam się Jade i mieszkam w Anglii.


Lody 1 | 9
17 May 2009  #1
Cześć

Nazywam się Jade i mieszkam w Anglii. Chciałabym uczyć się po polsku i nie wiem robić... Dlatego jestem tutaj! Bo potrzebuję pomocy. Mam 17 lat. Widzicie, nie mówię dobrze. :( Nie mam nauczyciel.. nie mogę.

Dziękuję bardzo.

Och... kocham lody!

(This was all from my head so it's probably terrible! Corrections please! I've only been self-teaching for a couple months.)

Please try to create a better title next time, other than "Help please" ;)
sausage 19 | 777
17 May 2009  #2
kocham lody

Ja też kocham lody

I've only been self-teaching for a couple months.

Well done! ...and welcome to PolishForums
NewbornTic 1 | 14
17 May 2009  #3
Your Polish skills are brilliant. Don't stop self-teaching and keep posting here. You'll find many good advices about lingo. Enjoy pf.com :)
OP Lody 1 | 9
17 May 2009  #4
Przepraszam!

Brilliant? Wow, thanks. I have visited Poland twice and I'm going back in the summer. =) This site is really interesting from what I've seen so far.

Ja też kocham lody

Ah, 'I also love ice cream'. Is that right?

Thanks!
sausage 19 | 777
17 May 2009  #5
Is that right?

Yep, that's right. You did really well with your first post... There might have been a few small errors, if so hopefully someone better qualified than me will point them out.

Care to try a more adventurous piece of text?
OP Lody 1 | 9
17 May 2009  #6
Adventurous? Hmm.. it's the grammar I fail on. I'm terrible at all the cases. I think I'll have a look around the forums some more to and then I'll have a go!

Dzęki!
sausage 19 | 777
17 May 2009  #7
it's the grammar I fail on. I'm terrible at all the cases

Like most people... Stick with it!
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
17 May 2009  #8
Polish grammar is really something hard to learn. I found the best way was not to try and understand it, but just to accept it as it is. Explaining English grammar is a piece of cake for me, but Polish is another story. For me, someone new to the language should just learn key phrases ect, then attempt to tackle grammar.
OP Lody 1 | 9
17 May 2009  #9
Yeh, at the moment I'm sticking to simple sentences. I am just very inpateint and eager to write more! I'll take it slow though, I am still a beginner and I know it'll be a long time before I can write more complex things. :) Thanks for the advice.
Torq 26 | 2,371
17 May 2009  #10
Your linguistic skills are admirable, Lody. Check your PM box,
you will find something useful there ;-)
sausage 19 | 777
17 May 2009  #11
Nazywam się Jade

Mam na imię Kiełbasa...
You will need a new name, Poles will pronounce your name "yaddeh" when they read it.
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
17 May 2009  #12
Och... kocham lody!

Cześć!

Też myślę, że lody są świetne!

Piszesz dobrze po polsku. To jest trudny język, ale staramy się.

Polecam "Colloquial Polish: The Complete Course for Beginners" (B. Mazur) i "301 Polish verbs" (K. Janecki).

Powodzenia!
OP Lody 1 | 9
17 May 2009  #13
Your linguistic skills are admirable

Thankyou so much!

You will need a new name, Poles will pronounce your name "yaddeh" when they read it.

Yeh, I know, when people see it they think it's jadę! I wish there was a Polish equivilant or something similar. Is there?

Też myślę, że lody są świetne!

Hehe, tak! :) Czekoladowy.. mniam mniam.

Piszesz dobrze po polsku

Dziękuję!
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
17 May 2009  #14
Czekoladowy

Czekoladowe lody są dobre, ale bardzo lubię owocowe.
Gregrog 4 | 100
17 May 2009  #15
Nazywam się...

Nazywam się Jade i mieszkam w Anglii. Chciałabym uczyć się języka polskiego / polskiego, ale nie wiem jak to robić( I don't know how to make it. "Nie wiem robić" does not sense). Dlatego jestem tutaj!. Bo / ponieważ potrzebuję pomocy. Mam 17 lat. Widzicie, że nie mówię dobrze.* Nie mam nauczyciela... XXXX( I don't know what you wanted to say here:)

* quite good or even better could be "Sami widzicie, ... "

At all it's quite good. :)
If you want to practise your polish with me, you can PM me.
cheers
Easy_Terran 3 | 312
17 May 2009  #16
Nazywam się Jade (...)

Wow, impressive!

Like most people... Stick with it!

Indeed! Listen to Kiełbasa, he knows what he's saying.

Again, I am impressed!
:)

Cheerios,
E_T
frd 7 | 1,399
17 May 2009  #17
I'm also impressed with your language skills, I'm teaching my english friend polish, and although I am polish I find it really difficult to explain some parts of the polish grammar, hell, I have problems with understanding some of them by myself ; ) It's something you usually learn in ground school and forget, and later you just "feel" how different things should be said.

As previous posters wrote, "nie wiem robić" would translate into "don't know do", and they have given you a good explanation. You can also find a teacher pretty easily, probably you would find lots of eager people in here, or maybe through some language exchange pen palling sites : )

Good luck with your polish!
OP Lody 1 | 9
17 May 2009  #18
Thanks Easy_Terran for the corrections. :) I'll remember that! And I meant that I cannot find a teacher in my area, unfortunately.

The nearest ones are in London and it is too far. My partner is Polish, but he isn't a very good teacher, I prefer to learn from other people.

Thanks! :)

Edit: Oh, thankyou Gregrog too! I didn't see that, it's really helpful.
jump_bunny 5 | 237
17 May 2009  #19
Ja też kocham lody

Doesn't every man? :-)
McCoy 27 | 1,276
17 May 2009  #20
hello Lody. good luck with learning PL

Mam 17 lat

My partner is Polish

how old is he? maybe weve got here just another pedo-case
OP Lody 1 | 9
17 May 2009  #21
how old is he? maybe weve got here just another pedo-case

Haha, he's just turned 20! We've been going out a year now. :p
sausage 19 | 777
17 May 2009  #22
Doesn't every man? :-)

This probably isn't right, but here goes...
wszyscy męczyzny lubi lody,
mnóstwo kobiety lubi kiełbasę (i wanted to say all, but not sure of the correct form of wszyscy)
Gregrog 4 | 100
17 May 2009  #23
wszyscy męczyzny lubi lody,
mnóstwo kobiety lubi kiełbasę

Wszyscy mężczyźni lubią lody, (erotic)
mnóstwo kobiet/ wszystkie kobiety lubią kiełbasę (ee, not too much fat ? ;) )
Easy_Terran 3 | 312
17 May 2009  #24
wszyscy mężczyźni lubią lody,
mnóstwo kobiet lubi kiełbasę

Edit:
Gregrog,
one more I owe you a beer (damn it!!!!)

;)
sausage 19 | 777
17 May 2009  #25
Gregrog

Easy_Terran

Thanks guys, another 18 months and I'll have the the hang of this darned language. I "sacked" my teacher recently, regretting it now!
Gregrog 4 | 100
17 May 2009  #26
Gregrog,
one more I owe you a beer (damn it!!!!)

:/ I prefer żołądkowa gorzka or śliwowica ;)
derek trotter 10 | 203
17 May 2009  #27
Is there any chance to describe yourself and your partner here ? ( wow, sounds like you're a mature person because you don't use a boyfriend thing but a word - partner :) )

There aren't too many couples on PF when a female choose a Polish stock, thats why I am so interesting with it.
Michal - | 1,865
17 May 2009  #28
e Complete Course for Beginners" (B. Mazur

I would not. I think the latest book is dreadful!

It should be nie mam nauczyciela...using the genitive singular case.
OP Lody 1 | 9
17 May 2009  #29
Is there any chance to describe yourself and your partner here ?

Well, we are just like a normal couple! He's fantastic, sweet and funny. His English is absolutely perfect. I wasn't attracted to him because he is Polish, but of course it's great and it's something I've become more interested in. I met him here in England. :)
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
18 May 2009  #30
I would not. I think the latest book is dreadful!

I like that it's straight forward. Some books treat you like a child or repeating the same things page after page until you feel that you read 10 pages and they all say the same. And Lody seems to learn things fast.


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