"They are people and we are people!"

Translation:One są ludźmi i my jesteśmy ludźmi!

December 11, 2015



"One sa ludzmi i my jestesmy ludzmi"

Why is 'my' needed in this sentence? Does the meaning change if it is left out?

March 21, 2018


This sentence emphasizes how 'They' and 'We' are the same. It would sound very strange if you didn't include the second pronoun. In fact, if you change the subject in the middle of the sentence, you rather should put it explicitly.

March 22, 2018


Thank you! Your explanations are always helpful!

April 6, 2018


it should be allowed to use oni and one

December 11, 2015


Is there anything wrong with using "oni" instead of "one" in this case?

December 11, 2015


"oni" is for men or for mixed group, "one" is only for women.

December 21, 2015


In this case I think it should be "oni", people is a mixed group, to use "one" it should then have been "kobietami" instead of "ludźmi".

October 25, 2018

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No, although it changes the meaning.

December 11, 2015


Does it matter if its 'my jestesmy' instead of just 'jestesmy' by itself

August 2, 2018


Usally - not really. You rather omit the pronoun because in most contexts it's totally redundant, so you just choose it to emphasize or to contrast it with something else, mostly when changing the subject during the sentence.

Here, maybe there's no contrast, but there's the change of the subject. So without "my", it would feel quite strange.

August 4, 2018


How do I know when to use ”są" and when to use "jesteśmy"?

I'm sure I'm being stupid here, but I just cant figure these out.

January 7, 2019


"są" = (they) are

"jesteśmy" = (we) are

January 7, 2019
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