Mianownik, Narzędnik, Biernik – ćwiczenia gramatyczne dla początkujących

This is a short story in two parts. In the first one you need to fill the blanks with given words and decide if you have to use them in Nominative or Instrumental. In the second part you need to change the endings of words in brackets and use Nominative, Instrumental or Accusative. Good luck!

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A1.2. Straszna historia – przypadki + pisanie

straszna historia

Do you like horror stories? If yes here I have one for you. It was a rainy, autumn night. A happy family was enjoying their time at home. Suddenly noises ruined the peace… This is a short exercise you can use on your own (vocabulary/ grammar) or with your teacher/ language partner – a person … Czytaj dalejA1.2. Straszna historia – przypadki + pisanie

Instrumental exercises / Narzędnik ćwiczenia

Do these Instrumental exercises and make another step towards fluency! Rzeczownik / Noun Przymiotnik / Adjective Rzeczownik i przymiotnik / Nouns and adjectives Transport Narzędnik czy Biernik? Instrumental or Accusative? Jedzenie – narzędnik czy biernik Instrumetal pronouns / Zaimki w narzędniku

How to speak about packages in Polish?

Learn how to speak about packages in Polish with my 1 minute video:

Practice your vocabulary and grammar:

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9 ways to use Genitive in Polish

Learn how to use Genitive in Polish. In this video which took place on Tuesday, 23.01.2018 and it was life (that’s the reason for poor quality of image) I explained 9 most important functions of Dopełniacz – Genitive

Use of Genitive in Polish

1. possessiveness
2. a piece of something
3. numerals 5+
4. imperfect numbers
5. lack
6. negation of Accusative
7. after certain prepositions (dla, od, do, z, u, oprócz, bez)
8. after certain verbs (potrzebować, uczyć się, szukać, słuchać, bać się)

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A1 A2 Co chce pod choinkę gospodyni domowa? Polish Christmas

Polish Christmas

Cześć! Polish Christmas are not only about children. Some adults need presents more than kids. In this letter to Santa (list do Mikołaja) a "desperate" housewife is making her list of wishes. Read what she wants to get and practice your cases!

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Celownik / Dative – use and examples

Celownik/ Dative is my favourite case. Probably because it can express states in a way which doesn't exist in English. Generally Celownik/ Dative is used as an indirect object (when direct object is expressed by Biernik/Accusative)

Eg. I'm buying my daughter milk - Kupuję córce (Celownik) mleko (Biernik)

Except that it is also used in:

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