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1 Introduction 2 Lesson Materials 3 Review Line-By-Line Audio Vocabulary Quizzes Vocabulary Flashcards
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avatar PolishPod101.com

Hi Al,
you’re very welcome!
Did you like the lesson? Keep tuned and, whenever you have any questions,
please feel free to ask us :wink:

Natsuko
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avatar Al

Thank you for this lesson

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Hi Henry

Thank you for your message. Actually “proszę” is both “please” and “you are welcome”. The only slight difference between them may be a delicate change of the intonation. Also “proszę” as in the meaning of “you are welcome” most of the time is a response to “dziękuję” (thank you).

Also “proszę” can mean “here you go” if you hand something to somebody. And to make case more interesting “proszę” can also mean “go ahead”, when for example you let your wife pass through the door first. It can also mean a little bit daring comment meaning or “do it” or “go ahead, try it”. But in the last case please be careful ;-) Usually if the intonation is daring and angry :angry: it is better… not to do it.

As mentioned at the beginning you have to try to hear the intonation in which the word is said.

I hope that helps.

Sincerely
Piotr
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avatar henry

i have a question, my wife is polish and she says that prosce is please not you are welcome how true is that im a little confuse now

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Hi Nicky

Thanks for the tip. We will try to add more words for review.

Sincerely
Piotr
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avatar Nicky

Hi

Thanks for the above tip. Enjoying learning Polish from your website. One comment - the writing and review questions in this section only feature ‘proszę’ not all the new words in this lesson.

Cheers
Nicky

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Hi,

To type Polish words with virtual keyboard, please follow the steps below.

1. Go to http://translate.google.com/
2. Select the language as Polish
3. Click keyboard icon on the left bottom corner.
4. Then you can click the keyboard to type. If you want to type characters with signs, please click ‘ALT+CLTRL’ button. Then you can type them by clicking the virtual keyboard.

Then you can easily copy/paste the text.

If you have any questions, please let us know.

Thank you.

Jae
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avatar catrionabrown9250

how do I type polish script for answering the test questions?

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Dear Richard,

I come from northern Poland and I’m sorry to say that, but I don’t think we say “proszę” different way, than they do in central or southern Poland. It’s just that some people don’t pronounce words clearly or speak very fast, which results in such small differences like in the case you’ve mentioned.
Some differences in the way we speak or use some words DO exist, but not in this case.

Thank you for writing about that observation. If you want to share about something again, feel free to do so! :)

Joanna
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Hello Steph,

We’re really glad you like our website :smile:
I wish all the luck for Polish learning. Please study and practice every single day. I hope you pick up fast and are able to converse with your mother in Polish very soon. :cool:
I’ve heard New Zealand is a beautiful place. Hope to travel there sometime!

If you ever have any questions, we’re here to help you :smile:

Cheers,
Neha
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