Rozdział 3 – Część 3, Przymiotniki: rodzaj nijaki / Chapter 3 – Part 3, Neuter adjectives

All explanations will be Polish and English! I am using very simple words to explain the chapter. Also you can use  https://sjp.pl/ or https://sjp.pwn.pl/ , or diki.pl – Polish dictionaries  or translator. These may help to expand your vocabulary.

Cześć!

(Hi!)

Dzisiaj poznamy przymiotniki w rodzaju nijakim.

(Today we will know the adjectives in neuter)

Przymiotnik w rodzaju nijakim ma końcówkę -e

(Adjectives in neuter has an ending -e)

Na przykład:

(for example)

dobre

(good)

złe

(bad)

piękne

(beautiful)

straszne

(terrify)

Wino jest niedobre. Wine is not good.

Pytajnik – Jakie?– pytajnik do rodzaju nijakim

(question mark – Jakie – question on neuter. In English would be “what”, but “what” is more like “co” in Polish. Here we talk about the adjectives.)

pytajnik używamy kiedy chcemy o coś zapytać. Tutaj pytamy o rzecz, na przykład wygląd, funkcję, jakość ….

(question word we use when we want to ask something. Here we ask about the person, for example: appearance, character traits, …)

Na przykład:

(for example)

Jakie jest wino?

(What is the wine like?)

Wino jest dobre.

(The wine is good)

Jakie jest jabłko?

(What is the apple like?)

Jabłko jest złe.

(The apple is bad)

Jakie jest niebo?

(What is the sky like?)

Niebo jest piękne.

(The sky is beautiful)

Jakie jest drzewo?

(What is the tree like?)

Drzewo jest straszne.

(The tree is terrify)

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