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Topic: Biernik a Zaimki osobowe :-(
Posted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 8:49:57 PM

Ja mam pytanie odnośnie następnych zamków "ona" i "one" i ich użycia w liczbie mnogiej z biernikiem.

Problem polega na tym że są kilka form dla nich:

ona - ją(nią)
one - je(nie)

I ja nie wiem czy jest jakieś prawidło dla ich użycia.

Na przykład:

Czy będziesz jeszcze na nią czekać?
Czy będziesz jeszcze na czekać?

Te kwiaty już zwiędły, bo o nie wcale nie dbasz!
Te kwiaty już zwiędły, bo o je wcale nie dbasz!

Czy może ktoś poradzić na ten temat?
Z góry bardzo dziękuję!
Topic: Jeżdzę vs Jeżdżę
Posted: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 1:22:12 PM
Ok, thanks!
I thought so. btw, in this case I believe the same applies to "jeżdżą".

E.g. Oni często jeżdżą do Polski.
Topic: Jeżdzę vs Jeżdżę
Posted: Monday, May 9, 2011 2:37:30 PM

Can somebody please clarify the difference between these two words? They seem to mean the same; the question is in their spelling and pronunciation of the last "Z"!

1. Ja często jeżdzę do Warszawy.
2. Ja często jeżdżę do Warszawy.

Which one is correct?

I must say that I tried to google both variants and found that both are in use. (2.) I've seen on the polish beer "żubr" - Nigdy nie jeżdżę po alkoholu Shame on you ;)

Thank you.
Topic: Cleaning your keyboard
Posted: Wednesday, April 28, 2010 6:46:58 AM
I have started cleaning mine quite recently... Normally I just hoover it.
Topic: which one is correct and why?
Posted: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 6:57:39 AM
A quick tip for the second sentence:
You and I can be replaced by We- which is the Subject of the sentence. Therefore we have to use I there. Compare with this sentence : You will come to Me(object)
Posted: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 10:00:58 AM
I do not really understand why Yelena asks for forgiveness... and even on behalf of the whole country.
Polish experts will soon make public their findings but even now it's clear that we can't blame the country. Such a crush could happen anywhere on the Earth providing that all unfortunate factors are in place.

I think offering the condolence is the right thing to do.
My sincere condolences to the Poles.
Topic: Make it passive
Posted: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 7:10:26 AM
Hi guys,

I suppose we can also say:

"Let us have a letter written"