Polish Cases chart?

does anyone know where i can find a cases chart for nouns or adjectives? Its frustrating doing these lessons because ill see endless forms of each word with no documentation explaining what a words case is. Half the time it says sg masc nom. Other times it says nothing at all and im barely learning. Have to repeat each lesson dozens of times enforcing bad habbits

March 20, 2016


Here you can find a simplified chart:

March 20, 2016

This is now bookmarked next to Duolingo. THANK YOU SO MUCH.

April 7, 2016

How did you find that? It's so useful!

April 17, 2017

It was prepared by The tables come from

April 19, 2017

I don't suppose anyone downloaded the PDF copies of these and could share them? Looks like the original site's gone.

July 31, 2018
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The simplified tables of declension by prof. Tokarski are listed here. A concise table of declension of nouns and adjectives is here.

Detailed lists of all types (over 140 + subtypes) of declension of nouns are here: part 1 , part 2 , part 3 + list of nouns by the type of declension or the table only. Then, declension of adjectives and pronouns and declension of numerals. Top list is here

March 29, 2016

Hi. The best i've found so far are in the book of Stelmach Anna, Stempek Iwona. Polski Krok po kroku. Tablice gramatyczne.pdf

Tables are very intuitive and are followed by explanations.

July 10, 2016
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In the following dictionary you can find the inflection of any Polish word: Słownik gramatyczny języka polskiego. You can also switch its interface from Polish to English.

January 25, 2018

In addition to having a case chart, you should use Mówić po polsku to learn the case endings!

March 23, 2016

I've also been having a hard time with that. I'm glad I'm not the only one!

April 12, 2016

I had a look at many different charts for nouns and i was not really content with any of them. There was none that i coud call compact and complete at the same time. So i took a chart from "Polish Grammar in a Nutshell" and added all the information from the text, that i could find. Here is a link to the sg. chart for nouns (pl. will fallow):

Remarks: h = hard stem s = soft stem v = velar (k, g)

I hope it hepes to understand / learn the polish cases.

January 25, 2019

Damn right. Very frustrating.

January 25, 2018

I agree completely

March 9, 2019
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