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matshadow
Posted: Sunday, March 15, 2009 8:32:07 AM
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I'm Mat and I'm a polish native speaker. Feel free to ask me about my language :)
nick
Posted: Sunday, March 15, 2009 5:46:01 PM
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Hi Mat,

Can you recommend online English-Polish / Polish-English translation dictionary and monolingual Polish dictionary and thesaurus?

Thanks!
jeltom
Posted: Monday, March 16, 2009 8:23:59 AM
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Location: Poland
Hi nick

here are some links to the translators:
http://www.getionary.pl/
http://www.adds.pl/

and here is the monolingual dictionary
http://sjp.pwn.pl/

have fun :)
matshadow
Posted: Thursday, March 19, 2009 2:31:53 PM
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Location: Poland
I'd recommend www.dict.pl :)
avernus
Posted: Monday, March 30, 2009 10:52:11 AM
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Location: Poland
Cześć wszystkim :)

As far as bilingual dictionaries are concerned I use http://www.ling.pl a lot - there's a lot of mess there, but if you're persistent you'll surely find what you look for.

Regards,
Magda
hutame
Posted: Wednesday, August 26, 2009 9:38:37 AM
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Location: Turkey
hi everyone,

i need example sentences; i can get the meaning of "uczyć się" but i dont know how it use. This is my problem. if u know a web site or etc, please inform me

and of course verb conjigations :) like

ja wiem
ty wies...
Rysia959
Posted: Wednesday, September 02, 2009 5:23:40 PM

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Location: Poland
hutame wrote:
hi everyone,

i need example sentences; i can get the meaning of "uczyć się" but i dont know how it use. This is my problem. if u know a web site or etc, please inform me

and of course verb conjigations :) like

ja wiem
ty wies...


i think that wikipedia might be helpful http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish_language
PRESENT
ja uczę się
ty uczysz się
on/ona/ono uczy się
my uczymy się
wy uczycie się
oni/one uczą się (oni-male; one-female)

PAST
ja uczyłem się (male) uczyłAm się (female)
ty uczyłeś się (male) uczyłAs się (female)
on uczył się (he)
ona uczyła się (she)
ono uczyło się (it)
my uczyliśmy się
wy uczyliście się
oni/one uczyli się

FUTURE
ja będę się uczyć
ty będziesz się uczyć
on/ona/ono będzie sie uczyć
my będziemy się uczyć
wy będziecie się uczyć
oni/one będa się uczyć
JPK
Posted: Thursday, September 17, 2009 4:50:29 PM
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Location: Canada
hi Mat!

I have Polish ancestry (my last name is Kokinski) but I do not speak Polish.

Do you have any favorite word(s)? Be it because of the way it sounds or is spelled, or because of what it conveys.

Take care,

JP
musicwriter
Posted: Friday, October 23, 2009 4:22:35 PM

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Location: United States- Ohio
Halo Mat,

Pytam teraz o klawiatura polski. Czy to ma znakow diakrytczny (kreska, przecinek, ogonek, kropka)? Mieszkam w USA i moj komputer ma klawiatura angielski. To dziala przez Windows Vista.

pzdr.
Rapo
Posted: Monday, October 26, 2009 5:58:32 AM
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Hi,
In Poland most popular is English keyboard (QWERTY) and to make diacritics is used programmed settings (in operating system). To set Polish keyboard in Windows Vista you should click on Control Panel and thenRegional and Language Options. I suggest Polish (programmer) keyboard. To make diacritic in that setting, you press left alt and letter with diacritic you want, e.g. for ó is Left Alt+o, for ć is Left Alt+c. Exception is ź - to make it you press Left Alt+x.

Rapo
musicwriter
Posted: Sunday, November 01, 2009 10:16:57 PM

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[quote=Rapo]Hi,
In Poland most popular is English keyboard (QWERTY) and to make diacritics is used programmed settings (in operating system). To set Polish keyboard in Windows Vista you should click on Control Panel and thenRegional and Language Options. I suggest Polish (programmer) keyboard. To make diacritic in that setting, you press left alt and letter with diacritic you want, e.g. for ó is Left Alt+o, for ć is Left Alt+c. Exception is ź - to make it you press Left Alt+x.

To probowalem lecz jeszcze nie dzialalo. d'oh!
Dorota
Posted: Wednesday, November 04, 2009 4:26:07 AM

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Location: Kraków, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland
Hi,
I don't know how it works in Windows Vista, but in Windows XP for example you have to install the Polish on the Control Panel and after that you have to change the language from EN onto PL on the taskbar (below the window on the right side). Your keyboard will recognize Polish then.
Good luck :)
mate
Posted: Friday, January 22, 2010 7:29:39 AM
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Location: Poland
musicwriter wrote:
[quote=Rapo]Hi,
In Poland most popular is English keyboard (QWERTY) and to make diacritics is used programmed settings (in operating system). To set Polish keyboard in Windows Vista you should click on Control Panel and thenRegional and Language Options. I suggest Polish (programmer) keyboard. To make diacritic in that setting, you press left alt and letter with diacritic you want, e.g. for ó is Left Alt+o, for ć is Left Alt+c. Exception is ź - to make it you press Left Alt+x.

To probowalem lecz jeszcze nie dzialalo. d'oh!


Because its NOT Left ALT, but RIGHT ALT -> AltGr.

Alternatively you can use Ctrl + Left Alt + Letter.
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