"Zjadłeś coś?"

Translation:Have you eaten something?

November 22, 2016



Because of the rising intonation, I wrote simply 'You have eaten something?'. And it was wrong. I think I got fooled by the unusually enthusiatic Polish voice.

April 7, 2018


Actually this seems possible, added.

April 8, 2018


Can be "did you eat anything?" correct?

September 2, 2018


Yes, it works.

September 2, 2018


Shouldn't this be "have you eaten anything"? As it stands know it seems like you are trying to find the cause of a gastroenteritis. Then again, maybe this is also the connotation of the Polish phrase.

November 22, 2016


Both work. I think this can be a question like "Have you eaten something unhealthy" as well as "Have you eaten at all? You really should have done it, I told you to".

November 25, 2016


I got this wrong because in the states wesay, have you eaten, if you have , it was obviouly something you ate. Almost redundant.

March 23, 2019


Had a fun time researching why verbs that end in -ść are different, and learned a few other things on the way. Considering that in english we could rearrange the letters to "ate" (in some cases, not this one) I guess the Polish exceptions get a pass today.

April 8, 2019
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