Język Polski

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LCF

One of "those" people
Ukranian as well. I some times watch shows in Ukranian. It does not take much time to acclimate to Slavic groups/dialects.

Even easier for me are Turkic language dialects/groups. Pretty much every Turkic language is like 90% intelligible.
 
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Even easier for me are Turkic language dialects/groups. Pretty much every Turkic language is like 90% intelligible.
Holy shit that's rad. I never really knew how close they are. I really like the way Tajik sounds & to see it written in Cyrillic.
 
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Jenkuya but niep dobzre, I fear.

When I left my run in my old job I lost my Polish mate. Not sure if I'll get the opportunity again but for a while (around 6 months) my spoken Polish was at a level wherein I could shoot the breeze with other Poles in the factories I delivered to in a basic manner. Forgotten most of it now though as it was over a year ago I lost that run.
 
A język tadżycki należy do irańskiej grupy!
Увы, boże mój! To '-stan' oszukało mię. Mam jeszcze dużo uczyć się.
 
Yak shi mash, boyz. Dobzre everyone, niep, tac?

Unfortunately my skills lie in spoken Polish but I'll watch this thread keenly.
This reminds me: why does the character 'Borat' salute people in Polish? Isn't he supposed to be from Kazakhstan? Or is that part of the joke?
 

Adrian

Civis Illustris
Увы, boże mój! To '-stan' oszukało mię. Mam jeszcze dużo uczyć się.
I have much to learn = [Mam jeszcze dużo do nauki / Dużo nauki przede mną] or more colloquially Muszę się jeszcze dużo nauczyć

This reminds me: why does the character 'Borat' salute people in Polish? Isn't he supposed to be from Kazakhstan? Or is that part of the joke?
Definitely a joke. Also in US movies actors playing russians always toast with "Na zdrowie!" - this is Polish. I am not sure if Russians use such expression like на здоро́вье! I would rather expect За здоровье! or За наше здоровье!
 
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