"Słoń lubi ciasteczka."

Translation:The elephant likes cookies.

December 17, 2015



I never knew elephants ate cookies...

December 17, 2015


Me too

October 29, 2018


It's not an excuse, but sometimes I get annoyed when I get a "wrong" just because I forgot to write the pronoum before the elephant, woman, etc. It could get you a right/check and remember you that you have to write in some way (if it's not the subject or the main language that you are trying to learn).

For those who needs (or trying) to learn from a different language to english and then to polish, sometimes, gets complicated.

For example, my mother language is Portuguese, then I translate to english and then I translate to Polish.

July 11, 2018

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Well, but don't you also have to use an article (those are articles)? "Um elefante" or "O elefante"...

Anyway, while I understand that's annoying, it won't change. This course is also taken by Polish people learning English, so we can't accept answers that are technically just wrong.

July 12, 2018


The ń sound "nyee" is audible here but wasn't on a previous question where it just listed słoń. So is it really only pronounced when followed by a consonant or something?

March 19, 2016


I don't think it's different sounds. You can try listening to different IVONA voices speaking the same sentences https://www.ivona.com/pl I checked słoń and słon lubi ciasteczka with Jacek voice, and it sounds ok.

March 19, 2016



January 11, 2017


Słoń? Naprawdę? O. O

March 28, 2018


Poor elephant it is probably sick

October 29, 2018


Who doesn't like cookies?

February 11, 2019
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