Am I the only one that hears that she has a very sad voice while saying this sentence?
Hah, it's kinda true :D
what is the difference between "pochodzi" and "Przyjdź"? thanks
Pochodzi means he , she , it comes from(somewhere). Przyjdz is the imperative form of come- Come!
Can you use this verb to say something like "paper comes from trees?" Like "papier pochodzi z drzew."
Not really. It sounds weird. Pochodzi should be from a place, not from a thing, i think.
Hmmm... this one seems possible, but I don't know if other, similar examples would work as well.
Why wouldn`t you put Niemiec in genitive because of z?
Moja mama pochodzi z Niemca
Niemiec is the genitive form of Niemcy. I think Niemcy is plural and therefore in genitive you remove the y and add ie between the last two consonants.
can't we say just "my mom IS from Germany"??
OK, added now.
She has come from... - possible if the question was to my mother "Where have you come from?"who can`t speak English and instead of her I answer "My mom has come from Germany "