"A man is eating an apple."
Translation:Mężczyzna je jabłko.
Męż=Me'zh Czyz=chez (e as in bed) Na= na If you separate it you'll memorize it easier :)
Hover over the underdotted words. Its not "cheating" if you dont know anything. It gets you to recongnize the word.
if you are learning a language that is really hard like polish how are you supposed to remember how to spell the word if you are a beginner
I personally found http://mowicpopolsku.com/polish-alphabet-pronunciation/ pretty useful if you are still interested.
I can't remember everything, but I certainly retained enough to be able to take at least an okay guess at some words. Mężczyzna will still throw me every time, though!
That is a very common error of young native speakers learning to write – I could write „en” where „ę” should be as late as 5th grade and I sometimes do that still(rarely though), when writing very fast(for example on internet chats). :)
The infinitive is "jeść". 1st person singular is "jem", 3rd person singular is "je".
I don't think there's any Duolingo way, I think only either as a bookmark or copy it to a Word document.
I was trying to figure out how to do the letter "ł" on my phone's keyboard for the longest while. It's under the letter "l" in case any one else was woundering.
How exactly am i supposed to write the accents? I cant see them anywhere on my phone keyboard...
why is it now saying facet je jabłko? facet is more informal. What about pan?
Deleted 'facet', it's more like 'guy'.
"pan" can work in "Ten pan je jabłko" (if you interpret 'the' as 'this'), but if you just say "Pan je jabłko", that is "You are eating an apple, sir". Formal You.