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INTRODUCTION
Jonathan:Hi everyone, I’m Jonathan.
Joanna:And I’m Joanna!
Jonathan:And welcome to Culture Class: Essential Polish Vocabulary, Lesson 5! In this lesson you'll learn 5 essential words related to Food &Drink. These are 5 sweets and desserts in Poland. Hand picked. You can find a complete list of vocabulary at PolishPod101.com
FIVE KEY VOCABULARY ITEMS
Jonathan:Joanna, what’s our first word?
Joanna:czekolada
Jonathan:chocolate
Joanna:(slow) czekolada (regular) czekolada
Jonathan:Listeners, please repeat:
Joanna:czekolada
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jonathan:Poland is home to many chocolate makers, with E. Wedel being one of the most famous. (REWRITTEN).
Jonathan:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Joanna:(normal) Polska czekolada jest jedną z najlepszych na świecie.
Jonathan:Polish chocolate is some of the best in the world.
Joanna:(slow) Polska czekolada jest jedną z najlepszych na świecie.
Jonathan:Okay, what’s the next word?
Joanna:pączek
Jonathan:donut
Joanna:(slow) pączek (regular) pączek
Jonathan:Listeners, please repeat:
Joanna:pączek
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jonathan:In Poland, you can find donuts with many kinds of fillings, such as strawberry jam, rose jam, chocolate, vanilla cream, and more. -
Jonathan:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Joanna:(normal) W Tłusty Czwartek (święto w lutym) każdy Polak musi zjeść przynajmniej jednego pączka.
Jonathan:On Fat Thursday (a holiday in February) every Polish person has to eat at least 1 donut.
Joanna:(slow) W Tłusty Czwartek (święto w lutym) każdy Polak musi zjeść przynajmniej jednego pączka.
Jonathan:Okay, what’s the next word?
Joanna:budyń
Jonathan:pudding
Joanna:(slow) budyń (regular) budyń
Jonathan:Listeners, please repeat:
Joanna:budyń
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jonathan:Budyn is a sweet pudding that comes in flavors like chocolate, cherry, or sweet cream.
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Jonathan:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Joanna:(normal) Budyń można jeść na gorąco i na zimno.
Jonathan:Budyn can be eaten both hot and cold.
Joanna:(slow) Budyń można jeść na gorąco i na zimno.
Jonathan:Okay, what’s the next word?
Joanna:sernik
Jonathan:cheesecake
Joanna:(slow) sernik (regular) sernik
Jonathan:Listeners, please repeat:
Joanna:sernik
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jonathan:Sernik is a cheesecake that often contains raisins and orange peel.
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Jonathan:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Joanna:(normal) W Polsce jest wiele różnych rodzajów sernika.
Jonathan:There are many different kinds of cheesecake in Poland.
Joanna:(slow) W Polsce jest wiele różnych rodzajów sernika.
Jonathan:Okay, what’s the last word?
Joanna:makowiec
Jonathan:poppy-seed swirl cake
Joanna:(slow) makowiec (regular) makowiec
Jonathan:Listeners, please repeat:
Joanna:makowiec
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jonathan:Makowiec is a pastry roll with a rich filling.
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Jonathan:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Joanna:(normal) Makowiec to bardzo tradycyjne ciasto, które Polacy zawsze jedzą na Boże Narodzenie.
Jonathan:Makowiec is a very traditional cake, which Polish people always eat during Christmas.
Joanna:(slow) Makowiec to bardzo tradycyjne ciasto, które Polacy zawsze jedzą na Boże Narodzenie.
QUIZ
Jonathan:Okay listeners, are you ready to be quizzed on the words you just learned? Joanna will give you the Polish – please say the English meaning out loud! Are you ready?
Joanna:czekolada
[pause]Jonathan:chocolate
Joanna:pączek
[pause]Jonathan:donut
Joanna:budyń
[pause]Jonathan:pudding
Joanna:sernik
[pause]Jonathan:cheesecake
Joanna:makowiec
[pause]Jonathan:poppy-seed swirl cake

Outro

Jonathan:There you have it – 5 sweets and desserts in Poland! We have a more complete list at PolishPod101.com Thanks everyone, see you next time!
Joanna:

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PolishPod101.comVerified
Monday at 6:30 pm
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Do you like sweets & desserts? If yes, what’s your favorite one?

PolishPod101.comVerified
Wednesday at 3:59 am
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Hi Drew,


Thank you for posting.

There is Tłusty czwartek in Poland.

Wtorek przed środą popielcową to ostatki.


Should you have any questions, please let us know.


Sincerely,

Hanna

Team PolishPod101.com

Drew
Saturday at 10:35 pm
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Tłusty czwartek? Myślałem, że wakacje to Tłusty WTOREK. Przed środą popielcową.

PolishPod101.comVerified
Thursday at 4:56 am
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Cześć Anirudh,


Tak, polskie słodycze są słodkie. Niektóre słodycze są bardzo słodkie, na przykład ptysie (cream puff) albo kutia (dish consisting of boiled grain, and honey). Polacy lubią słodycze.


Czy lubisz słodycze, Anirudh?


Pozdrawiam,

Hanna

Team PolishPod101.com

Anirudh
Wednesday at 1:22 am
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Witam ,

Czy polskie słodycze są naprawdę słodkie ?

(Czy to brzmi dobre ?? )