"I am saying goodbye."
Translation:Mówię do widzenia.
I assume there's some regularity in Polish verbs, right? Are there any websites where we can access these conjugation tables in full? Dziękuję!
Well, maybe there are, but I do not know where... For time being, you may know, that there are roughly 11 models (with subtypes) to conjugate verbs + irregular verbs. See general description: Wzory_odmiany and models of conjugation as by list on the page Gramatyka języka polskiego
Most of dictionaries only show some basic forms, that only indicate the model of conjugation (see mówić . Scans of an old, but probably the best to present dictionary are linked a bit lower on the previous page under "Słownik języka polskiego pod red. W. Doroszewskiego". If you click on the link, you will see the page mówić scanned from this noble dictionary, indicating the model VIa
Aaand... you may look for the conjugations of the most pupular verbs here: http://polishconjugation.com/ and here: http://www.tastingpoland.com/language/verb/verb_infinitives.html
Well, polish people sometimes say "pa pa", but never in the official language (at work, school etc.). For example I often say "pa" or "pa pa" to my parents and friends. But when I would say goodbye to my teacher or strange person I have to say "do widzenia" :)
"do widzenia" is a fixed phrase, which literally means something in the direction of "until we see each other". So 'do' represents 'until' here. At such a point in the process of learning, it's better to just treat it as a phrase, I think :)
it is different register. "pa pa" is highly informal, "do widzenia" is neutral/formal.
for me it said correct is "czesc" which is i believe is rather "hi" than "bye" ? why do widzenia is not good for me here? :O
"skazać" is a false friend and a rather brutal one, it's "to sentence", like when a judge sentences someone to 5 years in prison.
Why is this zegnac? Thats not even a word thats been taught. Goodbye has been taught as dobranoc!
'dobranoc' is "goodnight", not "goodbye"
Forms of 'żegnać' are accepted, not suggested.
I, I am , she, he, you....im having trouble with these. I thought i was good until i started this section !
I dont understand the mowi mowie and mowzsa and i dint like how they just make somehow kniw these words, same thing happened with the ma mam and mamy i need tios for understanding