Polish Language and Culture
English to Polish
This category focuses on translating English words into Polish, including how you say and spell English language words and phrases in the Polish language.
Asked in English to Polish
What is 'I am' in Polish?
Literal: "Ja jestem". In fact saying "Jestem" alone is sufficient in 99 per cent of cases, unless you want to stress the word "I" (ja") - saying "ja jestem" sounds more like: "Me, I am..." However polish has much more specific grammar and it often doesn't use phrase "I am" in sentece, please be more specific.. ...
Asked in English to Polish, How To
How to say hello in polish?
The Answer Is ' Witaj. ' I Hope You Use This Answer Wisely. actually "Witaj" means "Welcome" hi -> "cześć" (read tcheshtch) hello - that's tough, there is no perfect equivalent There is "siema" which is used among friends and is actually pretty often used. ...
Asked in Poland, English to Polish
How do you say great in the polish language?
There are a few ways to say "great" in Polish: "świetnie", "wspaniale", "super" (if you mean "great" as an adverb) If you mean "great" as an adjective, well, I'm afraid it depends on the noun it preceeds. If it's a male noun, it's "świetny" or "wspaniały". female: "świetna" or "wspaniała" neutral: "świetne" or "wspaniałe" Plural male: "świetni" or "wspaniali" Plural female or neutral: "świetne" or "wspaniałe" ...