Sunday, 21 February 2016

Say "chrząszcz" - Polish language challenge!



22nd February 2016

On Sunday was International Day of Mother language. Polish is one of the most difficult language in the world. So let's watch and try speak Polish.


Good Luck


13 comments:

  1. Well Gosia and "Chrzaszcz to you" - ha ha.
    I knew from the Map making/updating group ( all POLES!!! - map marking and updating must be popular in Poland??) in my days with the Council, how difficult the Polish language was to learn, so I will not be racing around today " CHRZASZCZ - ing" friends, foes or ferals - the bloody word is hard enough to even write correctly.
    So in conclusion I will try some German and French
    "Ich bin Aussie" !!!!
    "Je suis Australie"!!!
    Now you can fill in the I am Aussie in POlISH.
    Cheers
    Colin

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    1. Colin Polish is really difficult so English is easy for us

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    2. Gosia - I am waiting.
      Translate for me.
      "I am Australian" - in Polish???
      Colin

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  2. The people trying to say the Polish word were funny :)

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  3. I've tried. I have no idea what it would sound like to your ears! But, did I miss something or did no one ever say what chrząszcz actually means? I looked it up (beetle?).

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    1. Mitchell chrząszcz it means beetle

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  4. I'm struggling with Spanish right now, and it's a romance language! A funny video of people struggling with the language.

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    1. Spanish is not very difficult language

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  5. I admit I am never good at language.

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    1. Maybe you are talented at different fields

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  6. A challenge is right! I had a Polish friend whose last name was nearly all consonants beginning with C and everyone just called her Chuck. 😊

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