Polish number system
Cześć! Does anyone have a good resource on the polish number system?
Edit: this was added to a compilation of recommended Polish discussions, and after making this, I found some good resources:
Use this to find out how å number is declined: https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/jeden#Polish
Good luck to the others learning the Polish number system and the language in general!
Minor thing - in Polish the answer for 'Thank you' is 'Nie ma za co' - lit.'There is nothing for'. 'You're welcome' translated literaly to Polish is weird.
Haha, ok thank you, I am not fluent in Polish, all tips are greatly appreciated.
I'll chip in here and offer a bit more precision to this explanation: "Zapraszamy" means "we are inviting you" (can have a few meanings depending on context). "Nie ma za co" literally means "There is nothing for what (to thank)"
I have a polish dictionary that goes pretty in depth about the number system. You can get it from Chapters for less than $20
I still turn numbers around in German. If I hear a date or a number I am still interpreting it when the speaker has moved along quite far. In Polish? Oh my goodness. I can't imagine trying to follow a history lecture with all the dates, for example...this will be an incredible mountain to climb.