Basic Polish: A Grammar and Workbook by Dana Bielec

By Dana Bielec

Basic Polish presents concise reasons of grammar with similar routines, to construct self belief in utilizing the trendy language.



Assuming no past wisdom of Polish, the book’s step by step strategy promises an intensive grounding within the fundamentals of grammar. all the 40 devices introduces specific grammar issues. transparent and concise reasons are supported via a variety of examples and routines to permit scholars to education and consolidate their studying. Later devices additionally toughen fabric taught in prior ones.



Key positive aspects include:





  • clear, available format

  • many worthy language examples

  • jargon-free reasons of grammar

  • abundant workouts with an entire solution key

  • notes at the Polish alphabet, pronunciation and tension

  • Polish-English vocabulary

  • subject index.



This moment version has been revised to incorporate up-to-date examples and causes. It additionally deals 5 new appendices containing a complete precis of grammar features, assistance on learning an inflected language, and valuable info on query phrases, the $64000 verbs być and mieć and perfective and imperfective verb facets.



Written by way of an skilled language instructor and writer, Basic Polish is the best creation to the buildings and expressions most generally utilized in spoken and written Polish. it's appropriate for either self reliant use and lecture room examine.

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7 Panowie _________ (smutny). 8 Turyści _________ (głodny). (b) Put in the correct form of the given adjective. 9 Matka i dziecko są _________ (satisfied). 10 Pan i pani są _________ (old). 11 Tadeusz i Maria są _________ (young). 12 Teresa i Anna są _________ (rich). (c) In (a) and (b) above, replace the subjects with oni or one (they) as required. Exercise 3 Select the most suitable adjective for each noun (check the gender of the noun first). 1 dziewczynki 6 lekarki 2 lekarze 7 babcie 3 panowie 8 chłopcy 4 studenci 9 panie 5 dziadkowie 10 studentki (a) starzy (f) wysocy (b) głupie (g) źli (c) złe (h) stare (d) wysokie (i) biedni (e) biedne (j) głupi Exercise 4 (a) Change these adjectives of nationality to agree with the noun lekarze (doctors).

11 Kasia czyta (gazeta). Kasia _________ czyta. 12 Babcia kocha (dziecko). Babcia _________ kocha. Exercise 2 Put the correct pronoun in the gap. Use each given pronoun once only. go go ją je je ich niego niego nią nie nie nich 1 Halina ma siostrę. Ja _________ znam. Pytam o _________. 2 Barbara zna Andrzeja. Ona _________ zna. Czeka na _________. 3 Jadwiga ma dzieci. Ja _________ kocham. Pytam o _________. 4 Tadek ma braci. On ________ nie odwiedza. Narzeka na _________. 5 Studenci znają nauczycielki.

Marysia – chudy, wysoki Jestem chuda i (and) wysoka. 1 Ola – młody, mądry 4 Julka – miły, wesoły 2 Marta – biedny, głupi 5 Anka – bogaty, inteligentny 3 Kasia – niski, piękny 6 Anna – głodny, zmęczony UNIT 2 Nouns and adjectives in the plural Masculine nouns (including animals but not men) Notice how the last vowel ó becomes o and the last vowel ą becomes ę. An e before the last consonant is usually lost. Ending When used Examples y After hard consonant except k, g. dom: domy kot: koty stół: stoły sklep: sklepy ząb: zęby kościół: kościoły samochód: samochody i After k, g.

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