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I would encourage learners to use "czy" all the time. It always appropriate, you cannot be rude, and it is clear it is a question, which with beginners pronunciation could be a problem.
You just have to learn that usually you just add "czy" at the beginning, but sometimes in short sentences word order changes, so pronouns, "się", and "something" are not at the end.
Piszemy coś? Czy coś piszemy?
Perhaps you are right, but once you feel more comfortable, you should start dropping them to be more efficient. It should'n be that hard to learn for European language speakers to learn that intonation as it's not really that much different probably from the accent in their questions.
South Romance and other Slavic languages speakers should be familiar with this concept. Generally this is the only way for them to form questions in their native languages.
Hm, it is not like that.
- ja piszę (attention to the diacritic)
- ty piszesz
- on/ona/ono pisze
- my piszemy
- wy piszecie
- oni/one piszą (attention to the diacritic)