What's your first "challenging" Polish phrase you got correct?
I will admit it... Polish is by far the most difficult language I have faced so far. I've doing the first lessons in Basics 1 over and over again till I finally understand it.
This is why I was so overjoyed to get my first sentence right that I thought was challenging! Please remember that I'm still starting, so the sentence I will share that made me pat my own back for finally getting right may be easy for you, but hard for me. The sentence was: "Kobieta je jabłko. (A woman eats an apple.)"
Does anyone remember writing a phrase or a word that was so challenging for you initially, but you eventually got it right and was so overjoyed? Please share that phrase here so we can all share in overcoming our difficulties! :-)
I am a native speaker, but I understand your feeling. I often have similar difficulties with some simple Japanese sentences. In the past I had some problems with even the upper parts of Japanese tree and now after days, weeks and months of practice these sentences looks easy.
I wish you more successes.
Powodzenia! がんばろう！ Good luck!
I am glad you understand! I think it is all the consonants that scares most people, but I have a lot of Polish friends that tell me Polish is phonetic, so it will get easier as I keep practicing it.
Thank you for your kind words and I wish you the best in your Japanese, Esperanto, and other languages! :-)
I don't know if mine is right, but it worked! I was on the supermarket, and the lady told me the price. I couldn't (and still can't) understand numbers, so I said: "Potrzebuję widzę!" so she showed me the price in the machine. I was happy! But maybe I should have said "potrzebuję widzić"?