polish conversation

Polish Conversation

polish conversation

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When you’re not confident with pronunciation or you have only a limited knowledge of the grammar and vocabulary, maintaining a conversation can be a major challenge. The key to attempting effective communication is to be a good listener and make use of the vocabulary and grammar used in the question to help phrase your answer. Knowing what might be said in such a conversation will also help you prepare what you’re going to say. Think about conversations you have regularly in English and think about how you might do similar in Polish.

A conversation is communication by two or more people, or by ones self. Conversations are the ideal form of communication in some respects, since they allow people with different views of a topic to learn from each other. A speech, on the other hand, is an oral presentation by one person directed at a group.

Those engaging in conversation naturally relate the other speaker’s statements to themselves, and insert themselves (or some degree of relation to themselves, ranging from the replier’s opinions or points to actual stories about themselves) into their replies. Polish conversation. For a successful conversation, the partners must achieve a workable balance of contributions. A successful conversation includes mutually interesting connections between the speakers or things that the speakers know. For this to happen, those engaging in conversation must find a topic on which they both can relate to in some sense.

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The Polish language is a member of the Western Slavic group of the Indo-European family of languages. It is easiest to learn if one already knows some other related language.

The most closely related are other Western Slavic languages: Czech, Slovak, Kashubian and Sorbian. More distant are the Southern and Eastern Slavic languages like Russian, Ukrainian, and Serbo-Croatian. Even further, but still somewhat similar are the Baltic languages: Latvian and Lithuanian. Polish is spoken by a total of approximately 40 million people, making it the second most widely spoken Slavic language in the world, next to Russian, and whose influence is almost up to par with her bigger sister. Other Slavs, especially the Bulgars (who consider Polish the most popular third language there) understand Polish and can pick it up with not much effort.

Someone who doesn’t speak any Slavic language, but speaks some other Indo-European language, may still find many similarities between Polish grammar and the grammar of that language as well as many similar words.

Polish Conversation now

Learning Polish is very difficult for those who don’t know any Indo-European language well, especially for those who speak only Chinese, Japanese, or Korean… but as long as you are committed to learning Polish it is possible. If you are familiar with any other Slavic language (i.e Russian), then you have an advantage as this group share very similiar grammatical structures as well as a common history among them from their rise as well-organised centralised kingdoms in the Middle Ages to the Communist era.

This Wikibook is designed for anyone who wants to learn the basics of the Polish language. It is suitable for beginners and those who’ve been learning the language for a few years. Polish is written with a particularly unique version of the Latin alphabet.

Conversation analysis is a branch of sociology which studies the structure and organization of human interaction, with a more specific focus on conversational interaction.

This page will help you with questions and answers to common, everyday, conversations.

Want to Learn Polish fast? Have you tried, and not really succeeded?

I did. I thought I did not have the gift to learn languages. Yet, I spoke my native language quite eloquently; however, in the past, I could only admire from afar, those who had mastered one or more foreign languages.

People would pedantically snub, ‘you have not the gift to learn languages’.

Polish language acquisition

Fact: You learned your first language though acquisition, you can learn Polish in an analogous way.

Acquisition is not learning though translation, from a book or from a school. Acquisition is about your brain making neural connection directly from your visual and auditory regions directly to your verbal centers, Wernicke’s area and Broca’s area.

Language is primarily processed in the left hemisphere. The two main language- processing centers are Wernicke’s area and Broca’s area. How you connect these areas to your brain’s other regioins, will determine how fast and well you speak a language.

If the connection is direct and enjoyable, this will be analogues to first language acquisition and will help you to become more successful.

Our software is focused on making a direct connection.

The core concept is to flash images sounds at varying rates of speed and challenge your brain to make direct connections. Then we use stories to reinfoce what you have learned with context.

Polish Conversation test

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English Phrases

Polish Phrases

Greetings:

Powitania:

Hi!

Cześć!

Good Morning!

Dzień Dobry!

Good Evening!

Dobry Wieczór!

Welcome! (to greet someone)

Witam!

How Are You?

Jak się masz?

I’m Fine, Thanks!

W porządku, dziękuję!

And You?

A ty?

Good/ So-So.

Dobrze/ Tak sobie

Thank You (Very Much)!

Bardzo dziękuję!

You’re Welcome! (answering “thank you”)

Nie ma za co!

Hey! Friend!

Hej! kolego!

I Missed You So Much!

Bardzo za tobą tęskniłem/ tęskniłam!

What’s New?

Co nowego?

Nothing Much

Nic nowego

Good Night!

Dobranoc!

See You Later!

Do zobaczenia później!

Good Bye!

Dowidzenia!

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