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100 most useful Polish words

  • Жарияланды 2022 ж. 18 Мам.
  • Learn 100 most useful and common words and you will be able to understand even 50% of the language.
    0:54 ja (I)
    1:40 mój (my)
    2:27 ty (you)
    3:10 twój (your)
    3:42 on (he)
    4:30 jego (his)
    4:57 ona (she)
    5:44 jej (her)
    6:15 pan (sir)
    6:49 pani (madam)
    7:21 my (we)
    7:20 nasz (our)
    8:00 wy (you - plural)
    9:04 wasz (you - plural)
    9:37 oni (they)
    10:26 one (they)
    11:14 ich (their)
    11:42 swój (one’s)
    12:40 się (onself)
    14:02 to (this, it)
    14:28 co (what)
    14:58 kto (who)
    15:21 gdzie (where)
    15:49 dlaczego (why)
    16:18 kiedy (when)
    16:43 jak (how)
    17:09 ile (how much)
    17:34 który (which)
    18:05 wszystko (everything)
    18:31 wszyscy (everybody)
    19:07 każdy (every)
    19:45 coś (something)
    20:12 ktoś (someone)
    20:36 jakiś (some )
    21:04 nic (nothing)
    21:26 nikt (nobody)
    21:51 tak (yes, this way)
    22:19 nie (no)
    22:39 może (maybe)
    23:04 tu, tutaj (here)
    23:35 tam (there)
    23:59 teraz (now)
    24:26 już (already)
    24:55 jeszcze (still, yet)
    25:24 znowu, znów (again)
    25:50 dzień (day)
    26:18 dziś, dzisiaj (today)
    26:55 godzina (hour)
    27:26 osoba (person)
    27:59 ludzie (people)
    28:30 rzecz (thing)
    28:56 dom (house, home)
    29:23 praca (work)
    29:46 być (to be)
    30:20 mieć (to have)
    30:42 chcieć (want)
    31:12 móc (can)
    31:42 musieć (must)
    32:12 potrzebować (to need)
    32:42 wiedzieć (to know)
    33:06 powiedzieć (to say)
    33:35 robić (to do)
    33:59 wziąć (to take)
    34:30 dać (to give)
    34:50 iść (to go)
    35:11 przepraszać (to apologize)
    35:54 prosić (to ask)
    36:44 dziękować (to thank)
    37:15 duży (big)
    37:39 dużo (a lot)
    38:03 mały (small)
    38:29 mało (a little)
    38:55 dobry (good)
    39:19 dobrze (well)
    39:54 zły (bad, wrong)
    40:20 nowy (new)
    40:46 inny (other)
    41:14 jeden (one)
    41:39 kilka (a few)
    42:05 sam (alone)
    42:42 i (and)
    43:04 lub (or)
    43:33 czy (question word, or)
    44:14 ale (but)
    44:43 że (that)
    45:11 gdy (if)
    45:41 bo (because)
    46:11 więc (so)
    46:40 w (in)
    47:13 z (from, with)
    47:38 do (to, until)
    47:56 na (on)
    48:33 dla (for)
    48:53 przez (through, because of)
    49:35 o (at, about, oh)
    50:04 po (after)
    50:32 za (behind, in, too)
    50:59 przed (in front of, before)
    51:29 tylko (only, just)
    51:54 bardzo (very)
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Пікірлер • 73

  • Village Dal beauty
    Village Dal beauty 5 ай бұрын +9

    love your teaching method. I believe very soon I will catch polish language because of your teaching method so nicely.

  • René Vera
    René Vera 2 ай бұрын +4

    I am glad I found your videos. My wife is from Poland and she loves listening to me trying to talk to her in Polish. I appreciate your work. Thanks

  • Igor Orlov
    Igor Orlov 3 ай бұрын +2

    Extremely good videos on this channel, with great examples and explanations. Thank you so much!

  • Night Train
    Night Train 4 ай бұрын +2

    I also appreciate your teaching method. I hope you're able to keep making videos and that they'll get progressively more advanced. Thanks for making them!

  • Sophie Sunder
    Sophie Sunder 16 күн бұрын

    This video is sooo useful! Thank you very much, dear Monika! Your video lessons are made very professionally. I appreciate the way you structured material. Dziękuję! 🧡

  • Yuliya Buinitskaya
    Yuliya Buinitskaya 6 ай бұрын +3

    Monika, your amazing approach is unique, especially your intonation does really work. Thank you again!

  • The Karmic Brat
    The Karmic Brat 2 ай бұрын +1

    What an incredibly thorough video. Do you happen to have a pdf/spreadsheet of this particular vocabulary session?

  • vicrh75
    vicrh75 2 ай бұрын +1

    Dziękuję bardzo za tę przydatną listę słów! Bardzo lubię Pani jasną wymowę po polsku. Pozdrawiam serdecznie! 🙂

  • Jingle Store
    Jingle Store 6 күн бұрын

    Thank you Monica! Your lessons are very helpful!

  • j k
    j k 6 ай бұрын +2

    Your videos are so helpful!

  • Dalhee Im
    Dalhee Im 4 ай бұрын

    Thanks alooooooot!
    That was another super helpful video, like always!!

  • hneil571871
    hneil571871 Ай бұрын

    Well done Monika , I like it. These are perfect for me to work through.

  • Andrea Hope
    Andrea Hope 3 ай бұрын +10

    Thanks Monika! My family is moving to Wrocław, so I will be watching this video a lot! Uczę się polskiego bo moje dzieci jest Polksi-Amerykanski.

    • MafistoPL
      MafistoPL 2 ай бұрын

      There should be: "Uczę się polskiego bo moje dzieci SĄ PolksKO-AmerykanskiE". Despite the wrong endings, the sentence is fully understandable - good job!

  • Jacqueline Broderick
    Jacqueline Broderick 5 ай бұрын

    Excellent video with brilliant delivery. Thank you.

  • md abu taleb hosen
    md abu taleb hosen 2 ай бұрын

    First time I watch your lesson. And I am excited your teaching method is very easy and that's why I already subscribed you. Thank you mam

  • marvin bulatao
    marvin bulatao 4 ай бұрын

    thanks a ton Monika, this is gold!

  • TheManFromAuntie
    TheManFromAuntie 17 күн бұрын

    Me: I'll learn polish.
    Me after binge watching: 😍

  • Brazilian Portuguese 4 All
    Brazilian Portuguese 4 All 5 ай бұрын

    Dziękuję Moniko, Twoje filmy są bardzo dobrze wykonane i jesteś świetnym nauczycielem. Dużo się od ciebie uczę!

  • Baumi
    Baumi 4 ай бұрын +1

    I appreciate your videos so much, they are high quality and make learning polish attractive for beginners. Could you, in the future, please talk more slowly when speaking full sentences in polish? Just as a tip to improve your videos!
    Best wishes from Germany🇩🇪❤️🇵🇱

    • Learn Polish with Monika
      Learn Polish with Monika  4 ай бұрын +2

      Thank you for your comment and the tip!
      In my latest video (Adjectives part 1) I changed a bit the approach in presenting the full sentences. I say them three times: 1. normal speed, 2. slow speed with separated words, 3. normal speed. Can you check if this pace is slow enough?
      Also, you can change the speed of the videos to 0.75 if needed in KZclip settings.

  • Raul Arcos
    Raul Arcos 6 ай бұрын +1

    so good and useful lesson Miss Monika
    Tank you very much.

  • Teacher Caroline
    Teacher Caroline 2 ай бұрын

    Naprawdę dobre.Bravo!!!

  • 波兰萃欧ChinEuro
    波兰萃欧ChinEuro 6 ай бұрын

    thanks a lot, so helpful

  • Greenmonkey0181
    Greenmonkey0181 6 ай бұрын +1


  • mlund.
    mlund. 6 ай бұрын

    Thanks, your videos are very helpful 👍

  • خياطة و تفصيل.
    خياطة و تفصيل. 6 ай бұрын

    Thank you so much teacher

  • Beanie Brooke :D // road to 200 subs

    good video! :)
    dobre wideo! :)

  • Walid El Masry
    Walid El Masry 6 ай бұрын +8

    Bardzo dziękuję dla pani. To jest doskonalę lekcją.Jak zawsze najlepszy

  • Behrouz Banar
    Behrouz Banar 5 ай бұрын

    Bardzo dziękuję za dobre uczenie

    • orange
      orange 3 ай бұрын

      Co robisz?

  • Anatol Grabski
    Anatol Grabski Ай бұрын

    Thank u for this ❤❤

  • Cabin Dweller
    Cabin Dweller 6 ай бұрын

    New subscriber. Thank you so much.

  • Prem Singh Solanki
    Prem Singh Solanki 6 ай бұрын

    Superb 👌

  • John Rice
    John Rice 2 ай бұрын

    Просто і зрозуміло. :)

  • GNG
    GNG 3 ай бұрын

    Thank you!!

  • Anatol Grabski
    Anatol Grabski Ай бұрын

    It worked. Thanks a lot

  • Salih Gadura
    Salih Gadura 5 ай бұрын

    Thanks very much🌹

  • Pawel T
    Pawel T Ай бұрын

    Oh My God, I am so glad I am Polish and don't have to learn Polish as a foreign language !

  • Show Must Go On
    Show Must Go On Ай бұрын

    I can't believe you like this Teaching method... as giving so many forms of one word is overwhelming... optimization is the King

  • Ramy Fouad
    Ramy Fouad 5 ай бұрын

    Dzięki 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

    BOBO BALDE 6 ай бұрын

    Thanks a lot

  • Kr Sharon
    Kr Sharon 6 ай бұрын

    I watch your videos. I like thank you

  • Levent Deniz
    Levent Deniz Ай бұрын

    Would you do 1000 one too? 😊

  • Mukesh Chaurasiya
    Mukesh Chaurasiya 3 ай бұрын

    Very nice video

  • Carter’s overtakes
    Carter’s overtakes 6 ай бұрын +3

    Are there any Polish cartoons I could watch to help me learn Polish.(I already watch Kapitan Bomba)

    • Learn Polish with Monika
      Learn Polish with Monika  6 ай бұрын +1

      "Kapitan Bomba" is a funny cartoon with specific humor (not for kids).
      If you like "Kapitan Bomba", you can also check "Blok Ekipa" or "Włatcy móch".

  • asics431
    asics431 2 ай бұрын +1

    The most important polish word is "kurwa". This word replaces every other polish words. Please remember:)

  • gostek
    gostek 4 ай бұрын

    ej fajnee to

  • Most Likely
    Most Likely 2 ай бұрын


  • Mariusz Gumiś
    Mariusz Gumiś 4 ай бұрын

    My = mój, moja, moje, moją, mojego, mojemu, mojej, moim, moimi. It's creazy;)

  • Azim
    Azim 6 ай бұрын

    How to pronounce w in between the sentences?

    • Learn Polish with Monika
      Learn Polish with Monika  5 ай бұрын +2

      "w" can be pronounced as [v] or [f] depending what is the first sound of the following word.
      [v] if it is before a vowel (a, e, i, o, u, y) or a voiced consonant (b, d, g, ż, etc.)
      For example: "w Gdańsku" pronounced as [w gdańsku]
      [f] if it is before a voiceless consonant (p, t, k, sz, etc.).
      For example: "w Polsce" pronounced as [f polsce]

  • 광동아재廣東大叔
    광동아재廣東大叔 5 ай бұрын

    Is it true that most Polish can easily understand Russian or Ukrainian, or at least can speak them to a decent level? I am a native German speaker and have reached an intermediate level in Russian. This was really easy to follow although today is the first time for me to learn Polish. 🤣
    I can see that the vocabulary somewhat more resembles Ukrainian than Russian.

    • Ntwadumela1
      Ntwadumela1 20 күн бұрын

      Ukrainian is more similar to Polish than Russian but we can't communicate if neither has learned the other's language. Russian and Ukrainian languages belong to the East Slavic group of Indo-European languages while Polish, Slovak and Czech belong to the West Slavic group. It's much easier for me to understand Slovak than Ukrainian. However, even with a Slovak it is only possible to communicate at a very basic level and it is very tiring. We'd rather talk in broken English than expose ourselves to such an ordeal.

    • Morrov PL
      Morrov PL 3 ай бұрын

      Ukrainian is significantly easier for me to understand. There's a couple of patterns you need to pay attention to, for example, our words that have the vowels o/ó will likely have an i in Ukrainian. Once you see this and a couple more like this, the language becomes very understandable, especially when the other person is cooperating and speaking slowly to make you understand.
      Russian, however, gets difficult. Not only is the pronunciation wildly different, so even similar words can sound foreign, the lexical similarity is significantly lower. Sometimes I'll get what the Russian speaker is saying, sometimes it might as well be gibberish with how little I'm getting.
      I've had conversations with speakers of both, when they didn't speak a lick of English, and I basically always came to some understanding with a speaker of Ukrainian, while with a speaker of Russian we usually had to resort to using a translator.

    • Andrea Hope
      Andrea Hope 3 ай бұрын

      My husband is Polish and he cannot understand or speak Russian. He can talk to people from Slovakia.

    • Łukasz Artemiuk
      Łukasz Artemiuk 5 ай бұрын

      Depends in what part of Poland. If you are in the East, you can communicate with people in Russian much easier.

    • ambitious
      ambitious 5 ай бұрын

      We can understand them sometimes but not so easily. We more can understand Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, Croetian etc than russian or ukrainian. I would myself understand 20% of what they are saying only if they speak very slowly.

  • Jithinaj Aj
    Jithinaj Aj 4 ай бұрын


  • Azim
    Azim 6 ай бұрын

    Monica where are you in Poland?

    • Azim
      Azim 5 ай бұрын

      Thanks alot for this, but its really need verbally practice,

  • Neyooxetusei Dreamer
    Neyooxetusei Dreamer 6 ай бұрын

    you talk WAY TOO FAST for beginners. SLOW down.
    Watch the French how they teach their language, they are the best in a slow pace, and pronunciation.

    • Scott Gordon
      Scott Gordon 6 ай бұрын

      If you put your video playback settings at .75 it is a big help. Gdansk in mid-August. I've been watching this channel and the travel linguist. Great content.

    • Learn Polish with Monika
      Learn Polish with Monika  6 ай бұрын

      Thanks for letting me know.
      Could you share the names of channels with French lessons for beginners that have the right pace? I could have a look :)

  • gerard max
    gerard max 2 ай бұрын

    idę I am going.
    But już idę I am coming.

    • Ntwadumela1
      Ntwadumela1 20 күн бұрын

      @gerard max Już idę! can mean I'm coming already or I'm going already. For example if your wife sends you to the store a couple times but you linger you can say Już idę!

    • gerard max
      gerard max 2 ай бұрын

      @Learn Polish with Monika Thanks.

    • Learn Polish with Monika
      Learn Polish with Monika  2 ай бұрын

      Iść is usually be translated as "go" (on foot), but sometimes as "come", depending on the context.
      Idę do domu. - I am going home.
      Idę na spacer. - I am going for a walk.
      Two people talking:
      - Chodź tutaj! - Come here!
      - Już idę! - I'm coming (already)!

  •  Illustratio Spectrum Studio Light (ISSL)

    Pani Moniko na pewno Pani mądra jest, ale niech Pani idzie do stylistki. Bo styl na topielca mnie przeraził...z całym szacunkiem.