I like travelling, family history and reading books. I am ESL teacher in High Junior school and at University.
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.CheersColin
Colin Polish is really difficult so English is easy for us
Gosia - I am waiting. Translate for me."I am Australian" - in Polish???Colin
The people trying to say the Polish word were funny :)
Margaret you are right
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?).
Mitchell chrząszcz it means beetle
I'm struggling with Spanish right now, and it's a romance language! A funny video of people struggling with the language.
Spanish is not very difficult language
I admit I am never good at language.
Maybe you are talented at different fields
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. 😊
Cynthia I understan you