Wait, where did 'ojcem' come from... I thought father was 'tata'... is there a difference between father/dad ? Help anyone !?
tata/tato = dad (tata is more easy to learn, and might be more standard) tatuś = daddy ojciec=father
I think because ojciec means father, so Jestem ojcem can be translated as I am a father (soy padre, en español).
If I were talking about a priest, would I say "Ojciec Jana jest..." or is there another word for Father in this sense?
You would say "Ojciec Jan" because "Ojciec Jana" means "John's father" and not "Father John" ;)
Although I think that "Ksiądz Jan" (Priest John) is more common.
What about: Jestem ojcem - już jedna godzina! Would that not translate to: "I am father etc." (without article)