Asked in Definitions
What words are pronounced differently by merely capitalizing the first word?
polish and Polish. Additional answer I don't think this is correct. It's not the capitalisation that's causing the change in pronounciation, its the meaning of the word. If you had a sentence "Polish those shoes before you go" you wouldn't pronounce the "Polish" any differently to the same word in this sentence "I'm going to polish my shoes". But if you said "My shoes are Polish", then you would. ...
How do you clean your shoes?
Well first if your shoes is leather and its dirty as and your shoes is black or white you go to the warehouse and buy black or white polish and then polish it From viliami vailea-teu and a shout out to mah friends in levin intermediate and room 1 ...
Asked in Polish Language and Culture, Nouns
Is polish a common noun?
The noun polish is a common noun, as in "I am going to use some polish." The word polish is also a verb, as in "I will polish my shoes." The noun Polish is a proper noun as a word for the language of Poland, "They speak English and Polish." A proper noun is always capitalized. As an adjective, Polish is a proper adjective as in "They are a Polish family." A proper adjective is always capitalized. ...
List of the same words that have different meaning?
Minute - 'I'll be there in a minute' and 'It's so small, it's minute' Polish - 'I've given my shoes a good polish' and 'Do you speak Polish' ...