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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Prosz? usi???! (Please, have a seat)

It is common courtesy in Polish buses and trams to give your seat to a woman, an older person, or simply someone who is carrying a lot of bags, especially (but not only!) if you are a young male. Even if your seat isn't marked in any way, remember the manners. :)

PolishPod101.com Verified
Tuesday at 08:31 AM
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Hi Jenny


Thank you for writing back. As usually with Polish there are multiple ways of saying it.

Jaki autobus jedzie do ... ? is correct and simple and everybody will understand you. A little bit more correct way of saying it would be to replace "Jaki" with "Który".


Also you can ask more specifically about the bus.

"Czy autobus numer ... jedzie do ... ?" - "Is the bus number ... going towards ... ?"

or

"Czy tym autobusem dojadę do ... ? " - "Will this bus take me to ... ? "


Let me know if you have any other questions.


Pozdrawiam

Piotr

Team PolishPod101.com

Jenny
Saturday at 08:37 PM
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Dzień dobry!!

I have a question about how am i going to ask someone which bus is going to a certain destination. I've read somewhere in the notes that "Jaki" means which one.. So is my question going to be like: "Przepraszam, jaki autobus jedzie do ....? " ??

Dziękuję bardzo in advance :smile: