"Napiszemy do nich wiadomość."
Translation:We will write a message to them.
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It is Genitive. Many personal pronouns in some cases have 2 forms (longer or shorter; a few has also 3rd very short form).
Generaly, after the prepositions which govern the form of pronoun, we write the longer form of pronoun:
do ciebie instead of
do niego instead of
do nich instead of
You may read about it here - but there is probably no other way than to memorize when which form should be used.
See the forms of personal pronouns here
The correct future tense in English uses shall for first person pronouns (I and we) and will for the others. When this usage is reversed, and will is used with I and we, determination is implied and reversing works for others as well "Cinderella, you SHALL go to the ball!" This is of course being picky but I ve been marked wrong twice for using shall with we - a bit annoying:)
"Napisać" -> perfective form of "pisać". More at https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/napisa%C4%87#Polish