Topical Polish: December 2012

Learn some topical and seasonal Polish with the help of the Accent School of Polish!

This month: Polish Independence Day, the weather, and the onset of winter

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niepodległość (noun, f)
independence

11 listopada obchodzimy święto odzyskania niepodległości.

On November 11 we celebrate Independence Day.

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długoterminowy (adj, m)
long-term (adj)

Długoterminowa prognoza pogody na listopad wygląda obiecująco.

The long-term weather forecast for November looks promising.

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kalendarzowa adj (f)
calendar (adj.)

Pierwszy dzień kalendarzowej zimy to 22 grudnia.

The first day of calendar winter is the 22nd of December.

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zaprzeczać (ja zaprzeczam, ty zaprzeczasz)
to deny / contradict smth or smbd

Znany polityk oświadczył, że nie będzie zaprzeczał faktom.

The well-known politician said he would not deny the facts.

3 thoughts on “Topical Polish: December 2012

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    December 6, 2012 at 2:30 pm
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    Would love to receive these via email!

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    December 8, 2012 at 9:39 am
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    IS KRAKOW POST GOING DOWN THE TOILET ?

    IS THIS SUPPOSED TO BE THE LEADING ARTICLE THIS WEEK ?

    A [redacted] ADVERT OF A SCHOOL SLAMMED ON THE FRONT PAGE?

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    December 8, 2012 at 9:47 am
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    Comment number 2 needs to learn some new words!

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