Well, It's MY month. :)
Does "to" force the sentence in Nominative? Everything would be genitive for me
To - nom. Jest - inst.
Could someone explain what this sentence means?
Well... I don't like September, bad things tend to happen to me in September, something like that. Maybe it's because school starts then?
Ooohhhh, okay. Dziękuję! So it's like saying that things are just not going well?
Yeah, I guess. For example it's quite common to say "It's not my day" somewhere during the day. Apparently, September is not my month ;)
1 September 1939. 17 September 1939.
In Polish, I thought the negative (nie) always came before the verb. So why isn't it Wrzesień nie to mój miesiąc?
To is not a verb, but a dummy pronoun.
Getting invaded twice a month is no picnic.