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Friday at 6:30 pm
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Try introducing yourself in Polish!

Wednesday at 3:56 am
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Hi Carline,

Thank you for your kind reply.

Please let us know if you have any questions.

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Tuesday at 10:20 pm
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Great, Joanna!

Tuesday at 8:08 pm
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Hi Ighor! Miło Cię poznać!:)

Cheers :sunglasses:
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Friday at 12:23 am
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Dzień dobry! Nazywam się Ighor. Miło mi panią poznać. Dziękuję panią Joannę Suchecku za tę lekcję.

Wednesday at 9:51 pm
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Hi Dylan & Kitka

Sorry for late reply but will try to help you.

Dylan, yes, you can use form ‘Miło mi Pana/Panią/Państwa poznac’ in formal as well as informal situations. I would drop it as soon as I met somebody just to show off how good my Polish is:)

Kitka, the accent in Polish is almost always on one but last part of the word. For example in word ‘telewizja’ (television) you will put an accent on ‘wi’. Don’t worry too much about hyper correct pronunciation: as long as you practice and watch lesson videos with sound on it will get better and better:)

Cheers :sunglasses:
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Friday at 1:58 pm
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I get confused about the accents on the consonants instead of the vowels! That changes the pronunciation of the word. I know I am “Ćio Ćia Kitka” and it sounds like “chuh cha”. I remember my mom trying to teach us kids the Polish alphabet, and I only remember the “ł” is pronounced like a “w” when crossed.
Then there’s the cabbage rolls! :open_mouth:

Katherine Kasiborski
Friday at 1:44 pm
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Cześć! Jestem Kitka. Miło mi.
Dzień dobry. Naziwam się Katarzyna Kasiborska. Miło mi Państwo poznać.

Dylan Bain
Monday at 6:15 pm
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Cześć! Jestem Dylan. Miło mi.
Dzień dobry! Nazywam się Dylan Bain. Miło mi Pana/Panią poznać.

Just to clarify, can you drop the Nice to Meet You part in both the formal and informal situations? Thank you ! :smile:

Wednesday at 10:48 am
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Hello Kota,
you could say, “Miło mi Panią i Pana poznać”, but to sound more natural, you can also say “Miło mi Państwa poznać”. We use the word “Państwo” when we talk to people we respect in plural, and when there are people of both sexes. For instance, when you open an official meeting or conference, you often say “Szanowni Państwo”, meaning “(Dear) ladies and gentleman”. Another example of this word would be “gdyby byli Państwo zainteresowani, to…” (If you were interested in it, then… - and this “you” is someone we don’t know personally and we respect, in this case, probably our clients). It is very formal Polish, but in certain situations, when you want to sound polite, you should definitely use it.

Thanks for your question, don’t hesitate to ask more!

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Monday at 4:45 pm
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Thank you for giving me such a nice lesson here. I enjoy this lesson everyday really.

I’m just wondering, how can i say “Nice to meet you” to friend’s parents?
There is friend’s father and mother so which words should I use it when I say it?
Miło mi (Pana or Panią?) poznać ?