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Pytanie zadaje: gość   [03.07.10, 19:06]

Jak to będzie po angielsku??

'ż, ź, ć,... mają specyficzne brzmienia, które nie maja odniesienia do innych literek. Daję ci tutaj link do filmiki, gdzie jest pokazane jak wymawia się te literki.

Słyszałam, że brzmienie języka portugalskiego jest zbliżone do języków wschodnioeuropejskich.
Wracając do polskiego to wraz z chińskim jest uważany za najtrudniejszy na świecie. głównie przez to, żę występuję w nim dużo odmian i jest trudna wymowa. W naszym języku obok siebie występuję też dużo samogłosek.'

Ten, kto mi to przetłumaczy będzie najwspanialszą osobą na ziemi :)

 
   
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calkiem fajny ten translator :)

ż, ź, ć have a very specific sound and are dissimilar to all other letters. I am sending you a link to videos where they tell you how to pronounce these letters.
I've heard that the sound of the Portuguese language is similar to Eastern European languages.
Getting back to Polish, it is, together with Chinese, the toughest language in the world, mainly due to the amount of inflections and the difficult pronunciation. There is also a greater number of consecutive vowels in Polish words.
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[03.07.10, 19:09]
ż, ź, ć,... have specific wording that do not have references to other letters. I give you a link to the videos here, where it is shown how to pronounce these letters.

I heard that the wording of the Portuguese language is similar to Eastern European languages.
Returning to the Polish, together with the Chinese is considered the toughest in the world. mainly by the fact that there are a lot of variety in it and it is difficult pronunciation. In our language side by side, there are also a lot of vowels. "
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[03.07.10, 19:11]
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ż, ź, ć,... have specific wording that do not have references to other letters. I give you a link to the videos here, where it is shown how to pronounce these letters.

I heard that the wording of the Portuguese language is similar to Eastern European languages.
Returning to the Polish, together with the Chinese is considered the toughest in the world. mainly by the fact that there are a lot of variety in it and it is difficult pronunciation. In our language side by side, there are also a lot of vowels. "


z translatora :(
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[03.07.10, 19:12]
to nie znaczy ze zle ;p
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calkiem fajny ten translator :)

ż, ź, ć have a very specific sound and are dissimilar to all other letters. I am sending you a link to videos where they tell you how to pronounce these letters.
I've heard that the sound of the Portuguese language is similar to Eastern European languages.
Getting back to Polish, it is, together with Chinese, the toughest language in the world, mainly due to the amount of inflections and the difficult pronunciation. There is also a greater number of consecutive vowels in Polish words.
calkiem fajny ten translator :)

ż, ź, ć have a very specific sound and are dissimilar to all other letters. I am sending you a link to videos where they tell you how to pronounce these letters.
I've heard that the sound of the Portuguese language is similar to Eastern European languages.
Getting back to Polish, it is, together with Chinese, the toughest language in the world, mainly due to the amount of inflections and the difficult pronunciation. There is also a greater number of consecutive vowels in Polish words.
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[03.07.10, 19:32]
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calkiem fajny ten translator :)

ż, ź, ć have a very specific sound and are dissimilar to all other letters. I am sending you a link to videos where they tell you how to pronounce these letters.
I've heard that the sound of the Portuguese language is similar to Eastern European languages.
Getting back to Polish, it is, together with Chinese, the toughest language in the world, mainly due to the amount of inflections and the difficult pronunciation. There is also a greater number of consecutive vowels in Polish words.


Jesteś najwspanialszą osobą na ziemi :D
Dzięki!
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[12.07.11, 20:30]
njnzbhxujkSYI
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Shool to szkoła
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Jak jest egipcjanie po angielsk
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[07.01.13, 14:41]
Jak jest po angielsku Ma ..?! :)
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[07.01.13, 14:57]
Ok już mam nie trzeba mi już po angielku Ma ..! Soryy.:)
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