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|Dzień dobry!||Good morning! (sg/pl)|
|Dzień dobry!||Hello! (sg/pl)|
|Dobry wieczór!||Good evening! (sg/pl)|
|Dobranoc!||Good night! (sg/pl)|
|Do widzenia!||Good bye! (fml.)|
|Proszę!||You're welcome! (m/f)|
|Przepraszam,...||Excuse me, … (sg/pl)|
|Bardzo mi przykro.||I'm sorry. (m/f)|
Nie mam ...
|I have … / I don't have ...|
Nie mamy ...
|We (don't) have …|
Nie ma ...
|There is (no) ...|
|Nazywam się...||My name is ...|
|Pochodzę...||I'm from ...|
|Mam ... lat.||I'm ... years old.|
|Jestem żonaty. (m)|
Nie jestem żonaty. (m)
Jestem zamężna. (f)
Nie jestem zamężna. (f)
|I am married. / I am not married.|
|Podróżuję sam. (m)|
Nie podróżuję sam. (m)
Podróżuję sama. (f)
Nie podróżuję sama. (f)
|I am traveling alone. / I am not traveling alone. (m/f)|
|Podróżuję z ...||I'm traveling with ...|
|Nie mówię po polsku.||I don't speak any Polish.|
|Nie rozumiem tego.||I don't understand that. (m/f)|
|Czy ktoś tu mówi ...?||Does anyone here speak ... ?|
|Proszę zapisać.||Could you write that down please. (m/f)|
|Proszę to powtórzyć.||Could you please repeat that. (m/f)|
Proszę chwilę poczekać.
|Just a moment please.|
|some / a couple|
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This course is going to provide you with common communication situations, which are likely to occur in your personal and family environment.
If you have studied this basic vocabulary for Polish, you are going to be able to comprehend clearly structured sentences.
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