Polish Website

[deactivated user]

    Hello! I was looking for websites to learn Polish and stumbled across this. I just wanted to share, in case it helps someone else :) It has a lot of beginning vocabulary and grammar.

    http://www.oneness.vu.lt/

    3 years ago

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    https://www.duolingo.com/het_aapje
    het_aapje
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    Dzięki :D

    3 years ago

    [deactivated user]

      Not at all :)

      3 years ago

      https://www.duolingo.com/natashadusz

      Nice! I thought You may like https://babadum.com/ I use it for learning German, but You can choose the language You want. Pozdrawiam! :D

      3 years ago

      [deactivated user]

        I am learning German as well, so I use Baba for both! Thank you so much for sharing! x

        3 years ago

        https://www.duolingo.com/natashadusz

        Hahaha that's even better! :) It's always nice to see someone interested in learning my language, and Babadum comes from Poland :)

        3 years ago

        [deactivated user]

          Does it mean anything in Polish?? x

          3 years ago

          https://www.duolingo.com/natashadusz

          There's no such thing as babadum in Polish. Looking on this crazy design and other projects, I think maybe the authors wanted the name to sound funny and "baba" is one of the first "words" which we can hear from children when they learn how to talk. Funny syllables. This is what comes to my mind when You ask about the meaning :)

          3 years ago

          https://www.duolingo.com/ceviliel
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          "Baba" means a woman but rather old, ugly... (like this one in logo of BaBaDum ;)) Or a woman that you don't respect (Baby nie potrafią jeździć! -> Women can't drive!, when you're annoyed by a woman driving a car, even if she is young and pretty... :P). Children say "baba" when they can't say "babcia" yet (grandma).

          Or it means a cake in this shape: baba, babka

          Or part of this: (I think some Polish people don't know what it is ;) ) at the photo. Btw., a funny story: my grandma worked in building office and she told me that once they had to catalogue things at the building place or sth. They employed a person to write on typewriter (who didn't know anything about building industry)... And they were surprised when they saw: kobieta do wbijania pali (a woman to hammer piles) - it was not what they wrote with pen! And the person who wrote on typewriter said: "I've corrected it because baba is so rude!" :D

          But I don't think that BaBaDum means anything ;)

          3 years ago

          [deactivated user]

            Well, shame! Haha, but thank you :) x

            3 years ago

            https://www.duolingo.com/gcabildo
            gcabildo
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            Love the Finnish part!

            1 year ago
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