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Important Polish Conversations

Important Polish Conversations

Learn the Polish words and phrases needed for basic conversations.

This page is part of the chapter “Polish vocabulary and phrases“.

General conversation

English Polish
yes Listen to Pronunciation tak
no Listen to Pronunciation nie
please / you’re welcome Listen to Pronunciation proszę
you’re very welcome Listen to Pronunciation proszę bardzo
thank you Listen to Pronunciation dziękuję
thank you very much Listen to Pronunciation dziękuję bardzo
thanks Listen to Pronunciation dzięki
Excuse me! Listen to Pronunciation przepraszam


English Polish
I understand. Listen to Pronunciation Rozumiem.
I don’t understand. Listen to Pronunciation Nie rozumiem.
Hello (on the phone) / I beg your pardon? Listen to Pronunciation Słucham?
What does that mean? Listen to Pronunciation Co to znaczy?
I don’t know. Listen to Pronunciation Nie wiem.
I don’t speak Polish. Listen to Pronunciation Nie mówię po polsku.
I speak a little Polish. Listen to Pronunciation Mówię trochę po polsku.
Do you speak english? Listen to Pronunciation Czy mówisz po angielsku?
Do you speak english? (formal, when talking to a man) Listen to Pronunciation Czy mówi pan po angielsku?
Do you speak english? (formal, when talking to a woman) Listen to Pronunciation Czy mówi pani po angielsku?
Yes, I do speak english. Listen to Pronunciation Tak, mówię po angielsku.
No, I don’t speak english. Listen to Pronunciation Nie, nie mówię po angielsku.
Please talk more slowly. Listen to Pronunciation Proszę mówić wolniej.

Introducing oneself

English Polish
Hello / Good day! Listen to Pronunciation Dzień dobry!
Hi! / Bye! Listen to Pronunciation Cześć!
Goodbye! Listen to Pronunciation Do widzenia!
Nice to meet you! Listen to Pronunciation Miło mi cię poznać.
How are you? Listen to Pronunciation Jak się masz? /
Listen to Pronunciation Co słychać?
Good, thank you. Listen to Pronunciation Dobrze, dziękuję.
I’m well, thanks. Listen to Pronunciation U mnie w porządku, dzięki.
Not bad, thanks. Listen to Pronunciation Nieźle, dzięki.
Very bad. Listen to Pronunciation Fatalnie.
What’s your name? Listen to Pronunciation Jak się nazywasz?
My name is […]. Listen to Pronunciation Nazywam się […].
What’s your first name? Listen to Pronunciation Jak masz na imię?
My first name is […]. Listen to Pronunciation Mam na imię […].
How old are you? Listen to Pronunciation Ile masz lat?
I’m […] years old. Listen to Pronunciation Mam […] lat.
What are your hobbies? Listen to Pronunciation Jakie masz hobby?
What do you like doing? Listen to Pronunciation Co lubisz robić?
What are you doing (at the moment)? Listen to Pronunciation Co robisz (teraz)?
Where do you live? Listen to Pronunciation Gdzie mieszkasz?
I live in […]. Listen to Pronunciation Mieszkam w […].
I’m from England. Listen to Pronunciation Jestem z Anglii.
I’m English. (When you’re male) Listen to Pronunciation Jestem Anglikiem.
I’m English. (When you’re female) Listen to Pronunciation Jestem Angielką.

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3 Responses to Polish Conversations


    how it is grateful to learn the polish language .

    • TeaKong says:

      You will have no problems playing online games, especially CS:GO, while there is a full team of polaks. Other reason I don’t know.

      Or if you like languages like me, than you will learn it just to know it.

    • Anna says:

      If you’re travelling there or planning to live there.

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