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Demmo - Pon Wrz 19, 2005 20:48
Temat postu: rozmowy po angielsku
hi there!

if there is a topic only in german we can create another one but in english.. :]

gosh! i haven`t speak english so long that probably i will have a big problem with that :)
i used to communicate in english with several guys on NeedForSpeed board - very old story :D

imagine that:
international NeedForSpeed board + guys from all over the world + software in english + learning how to create a mesh using tutorials in english = LOL :wstyd: :rotfl:
after more that one year i could describe the process of creating a car model to a guy from Asia or America but i had no idea how to explain that in polish when my friend asked me :wstyd:

it`s funny, isn`t it? :]




***
ok, that was a way to create stupid thread about nothing.. but who cares? :chytry:

Czarnulka - Pon Wrz 19, 2005 21:10

Demmo napisał/a:
ok, that was a way to create stupid thread about nothing.. but who cares? :chytry:

LoL...That was the best Demmo :rotfl:

Szamanka - Pon Wrz 19, 2005 21:27

:mur: :mur: :mur: o goth,musze sobie mini rozmowki kupic :mur:
kobi - Pon Wrz 19, 2005 22:07

Demmo napisał/a:
had no idea how to explain that in polish

Nobody's perfect ;)


Joke ;)


It's normal for me. I've such weird situations almost every day ;) If I can't say sth in Polish, there's high probability I could explain it in English ;) Is my native vocabulary poor? I don't think so :P

BTW - NFS rulez :padam:

trunks - Pon Wrz 19, 2005 22:23

Wow, nice topic, now we can invite some foreigners here :oczami:
Frycek - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 06:45

Hello :rotfl:
Good Morning :) :hyhy:

Admike - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 06:50

Welcome Posse!!! :D

to be honest I've expected that someone creates such a topic after Lexi's "talks in German" :D

what's the best way not to forget any foreign language? practicing... so I hope all of you will help me with it... I have some contact in English but not as much as in German, but form time to time it happens that I have to speak English and then.. yes... I forget the simplest words... and must admit it makes me upset...

that'd be all for now...

stay tuned! ;)

Frycek - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 07:20

:padam:
Czarnulka - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 07:26

Admike napisał/a:
I forget the simplest words

I know sth about that :zdegustowany:

Demmo - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 08:36

kobi napisał/a:
BTW - NFS rulez :padam:


:cwaniak:
my story was about the High Stakes - it was very easy to modify standard cars available in this game or create new ones.
gosh! i have spent much time on it ;) creating and testing :]
but the hardest thing was to create good handling using all these numbers (weight, torque, transmission, rpm ) in text-editor :luka:
my friend has modified a car with NOS (lol.. this game doesn`t have options like this so the author had to use reverse gear.. when you switch to R car accelerates instead of moving backwards) and when he was turning NOS on it looked like he had rocket engine or something :rotfl: unbelievable acceleration... BUT!.. :rotfl: he had to slow down on turns.. and it was the chance to win using my car.. it was Opel Astra 2, full of "plastic-fantastic" spoilers.. my power was hidden ;) acceleration? top speed? no.. all these parameters sucked when you compare it to my friend`s car performance :kwasny:
yeah.. i know it`s obvious :P perfect handling! :cwaniak:
he could drive 400kmph but must slow down to about 60 when turning and i could drive about 290kmph but constantly..
which option was better? of course it depends on the track.. on typical race track i had no chance because of low number of turns which means he didn`t have to slow down enough to beat him..
but on tracks with many turns his NOS was useless..
so our favorite tracks was those between these 2 extremities - where both of us could win and it depended (?) on skills and not only car performance

now you know the history for little children so you can go sleep :]

end of story ;)

bocianu - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 08:53

beeing honest, I don't think that writing short posts
might help You to improve Your english.
Such excericises can extend or refresh your vocabulary,
but only when you poke in your dictionary for fresh meat (I mean words).

maybe we can introduce a kind of "word game" ?

4xmpl, i ask for translation of 3 words (or phrases) from pl -> en
of course dictionaries are allowed:
translate 4 me:

serwatka
filc
bimber

Demmo - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 09:27

serwatka-whey
filc-felt
bimber-illegally distilled liquor, bootleg vodka ;)

Demmo - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 09:30

that was easy ;)

try this:
tatarak
kabestan
gryf
niezapominajka ;)
wielowątkowy

uhmm.. damn! still too easy.. :zdegustowany:

Demmo - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 09:30

wylansowany? :]
bocianu - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 09:47

tatarak - sweet flag or calamus
kabestan - capstan
gryf - mytholgical: griffon, part of a guitar: neck
niezapominajka - forget-me-not
wielowątkowy - multi thread
wylansowany - self promoted

so, my challenging words are:
malkontent
prezbiterium
czapka niewidka
huśtawka nastrojów

Szamanka - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 10:36

a mowili mi zebym sie jezykow uczyla :mur:


teraz to dla mnie tylko nie znane literki :rozpacz:

Demmo - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 13:35

letters in polish are the same ;) words can be unknown ;)

bocianu, great challenge :] single words are pretty easy to look up in a dictionary - more complicated 'words' that in polish are described by more than one word are hard to translate :)

bocianu - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 14:06

Demmo napisał/a:
more complicated 'words' that in polish are described by more than one word are hard to translate


harder but possible.
i'm waiting 4 your answers :)

Demmo - Wto Wrz 20, 2005 14:28

non-visible hat? :rotfl: maybe invisible? ;) or non-seeable? :rotfl: :zawstydzony:
bocianu - Czw Wrz 22, 2005 12:24

i'd say "hat of invisibility"...
Demmo - Czw Wrz 22, 2005 12:31

oh.. so single word in english with that meaning doesn`t exist? i thought you know a word in english and translated it into polish in free translation (wolne tłumaczenie :luka: :rotfl: )

without small garden - bez ogródek :rotfl: :rotfl: :zawstydzony:

kobi - Czw Wrz 22, 2005 12:33

Demmo napisał/a:
without small garden - bez ogródek

Really? I tower you :rotfl:

Demmo - Czw Wrz 22, 2005 12:35

yeah, these "translations" are great :] i received them via e-mail a couple of months ago :)
glewitz - Nie Wrz 25, 2005 18:03

oh my Got !
Demmo - Nie Wrz 25, 2005 19:25

ekhmm.. GOD ;) as far as i know "Gott" was in german..
Admike - Pon Wrz 26, 2005 06:17

Demmo napisał/a:
as far as i know "Gott" was in german..


;)

Demmo - Pon Wrz 26, 2005 08:40

am i right? ;) you speak german very well so you should know :]
Admike - Pon Wrz 26, 2005 10:05

of course you're right :ok:

you know,because I speak German and English it happens,that while speaking English I say from time to time a German word... :zawstydzony:

Demmo - Pon Wrz 26, 2005 13:58

i have the same but with german language.. `cause i speak english better than german (better doesn`t mean good or very good :P everything can be better than 'nothing' or something almost similar ;) ) when i try to speak or write anything in german i think (for example) "BÓG" -> in english it would be "GOD" but in german? uhmm.. oh.. -> "GOTT" ;)
when i try to translate anything i know the word in english instantly but in german it takes time... maybe if i practise a little bit more it would change but the problem is that i don`t need to use this language.
if i have to choose any language and there is no polish i choose english - i have never seen a situation when there was no english option.. sometimes i even prefer english, for example in programmes because polish tutorials are usually much worse than english ones and when i try to learn anything i don`t want to wonder how do they translated the names of options into polish ;)

glewitz - Pon Wrz 26, 2005 21:13

Oh my God!!!
Demmo - Pon Wrz 26, 2005 21:41

maybe if it`s correct now you will be so nice to tell us what do you mean? :D is it a try to join the conversation or what? :)
seb1 - Pią Lis 18, 2005 03:21

Hello all,
How are you?
geez it's been like 17yrs I'm not in Poland. Thanx God I found this forum, where finaly I might find someone that knows me or vice versa.
I'm living now in Montreal, Canada, so if you want we can chat in English( i guess that's the place for it) or French, or even German, I personally don't care.
I left Gliwice in 1989, and spend 4 years in West-Berlin, then finally immigrated to Canada.

I'm open to any conversation, just let me know.

cu later

Tobi - Pią Lis 18, 2005 20:10

I'm curious - do you, after those years, remember anything in Polish? :) How is it? Do you talk in Polish sometimes? Do you know any Polish people there in Canada?
seb1 - Sob Lis 19, 2005 23:35

tobi,
of co i remember polish. Po polsku porozmawiac mozemy!
But guess thid thread is made for english speaking so we have no choice but obey the rules.

Yes i have some polish friends here in Canada, but Polish ppl outside Poland, are worst .Always trying to get the most of u. "kto dolki kopie, ten awansuje"
That's the reality.

Well even tho i got some polish friends here, i tend to stick wth others.Montreal is multi-cultural city, it's French city in the middle of Americanized country. My wife is chinese, so next year we are planning to visit Gliwice. it will be her 1st visit to Poland, and I guess mine too, after such long time.

I still remember Gliwice as it was b4 i left. Sometimes in my dreams i'm walking through the city as I did b4. I don't know if that's normal but i guess something is telling me to go back. we will see.
BTw can someone tell me how much is to rent a car now?
Don't worry i drive stick. I got VW!
i'm looking into something economical.
Herein Canada, if you don't have enough torque, u dead!
it's ajungle rulez, the stronger u are , the longer you will drive.
we got 2 kinds of bad drivers:
1. slow drivers: taxi, asians(not all), eldery ppl
2. too fast: cops! and morons who think having Honda civic with big exaust will make him a porshe!
Well i need to rent something that will put me between.
any input is approciated.

ciao
PS: i will send some pic from Canadaif you want.

Tobi - Nie Lis 20, 2005 17:24

The price for renting a car is about 100 zl / day.
And when we're talking about drivers - we've got some specific drivers also :)
As the worst drivers such people are considered:
1. Old men in hats ;)
2. Blondies
3. Young men (crazy fast)

seb1 - Pon Lis 21, 2005 14:35

tobi,

100zl= ??$CAD

of course by next year the price will change but at least I'm will have some price range.

btw how's the weather in Gliwice?
today we got +8C, but tomorrow that's changing to Snow!
oh well winter is back! :mad:

ciao

Tobi - Pon Lis 21, 2005 16:39

You asked about the weather? Snow, snow and more snow :) But still above zero so snow is slowly changing into water ;) But it seems to be colder and colder day by day.
1 CAD = 2,8 zl, price is rather stable, the same stakes was 5 years ago when I was renting a car.

seb1 - Pon Lis 21, 2005 18:00

thanx,

but snow in Poland, is nothing comparing to snow here in Montreal(MTL)
every winter we got something like 2-3 snowstorms, which brings something 40-50 cm of snow. then is the cold.
-30C without wind= is ok!
-30+ wind= u must be nuts to go out there! :przestraszony:

Winters are cold, and summers are humid! i will do some pic of then winter here.
it would be nice contribution to winter galery, hehehe

And we still have to drive. thanx God my seats are heated, if not my butt would glued to them!

okie 100zl/day for renting a car is it ok, or xpensive?
what is the average earnings right now?

ciao

Tobi - Wto Lis 22, 2005 09:40

If 100 zl is much/not much it depends on you earnings ;) It's very much for 'normal' employee here in Poland. There will be different opinions about average earnings but I'd say it's about 1200-1500 zl per month.
And about Canadian winter - I can imagine ;) Please make some photos, I made some today but I don't live in Gliwice but in Siemianowice Slaskie (25 km to east from Gliwice).

seb1 - Sro Lis 23, 2005 03:21

okie

images from Canada will be soon.
we just got first 5cm of snow
more to come. once it will come it will be huge. and that's not surprising.
even if you don't live in Gliwice, i don't care, jsut send it over.
hold on a sec.. i think i got some pic from last year, but that's ok, b'coz every year is the same!
same snow, same temps, same freaking wind.
let me go and look for them..

i will put them into the galery, if that's ok with the admin?

ciao

Harcerka - Nie Gru 04, 2005 09:09

hi
i'd like to refresh this topic so the last mess was written 23.11.20005r:)
i'm still waiting for images from canada;)))
seb hurry up:)))) ;)

i use my english only from time to time... so in my way it is not verrry good;))

hmm maybe you know somebody native who live in gliwice and maybe we can meet each other e.g. in pub:))) :ok:
it would be veery interesting experience;))
please think aboout it;))
bye :D

trunks - Nie Gru 04, 2005 14:37

Harcerka napisał/a:
hmm maybe you know somebody native who live in gliwice and maybe we can meet each other e.g. in pub

I'm not a native, but we can meet in pub anyway ;)

Harcerka - Nie Gru 04, 2005 16:52

oh it's nice:))) thx for reaction:)))
but i want to speak english... use my english...in usual life;)))
hehe,,,
so see you 17.12:))
heh...

trunks - Pon Gru 05, 2005 00:00

no problem we can use english, I'm not veery good in it, but I can communicate without bigger problems (I was for 4 months in UK this year :oczami: )
Harcerka - Pon Gru 05, 2005 19:52

i've never been there...
it's one of my dreams;)))

so we can use english..

trunks - Pon Gru 05, 2005 23:14

ok...so where exactly do you live in Gliwice ? In which district or street ?
Harcerka - Pon Gru 05, 2005 23:29

gliwice... centre;))))
but about 1 y ago i lived in Szobiszowice...
i graduated my elementary and high school in gliwice..
but Uni in K-ce;)

seb1 - Wto Gru 06, 2005 04:10

Alright ppls!
sorry for the delay!
I 've been busy those last few days.
Okie we got first 5cm of snow, then suddenly we got so-called Indian summer and voila, +16C. awsome, but then the next day we got ice hockey ring on highways, -10C
i managed to smack some picks of my house while the snow was still on the ground.
i'm putting the pics now
btw, as for any native persons in Gliwice, well it's gonna be a bit harder.. I just don't remember the names anymore.

:|
PS. i added my pic theyy are in Galery right now. the album calls "Seb1"

Please try to go through this link, if not well just go to galery and look for seb1

ciaoseb1 galery

Harcerka - Nie Gru 11, 2005 10:45

oh!!!
in Poland is any snow...
so it's so normal that you winters are different;) heh..
i hope we will heve some snow during Christmas... it would be wonderful:))
to this momoent we have maybe one or two occasions to ski:)

hello is sbd there???

seb1 - Wto Gru 13, 2005 02:16

Well so far we got another 5 cm of snow
but over the night (12/Dec to 13 Dec) we expect to hit - 23C :szok:
hopely my car will start tomorrow. otherwise i'll be in big trouble

:offtopic: btw can we post more images? only 1 album and 700KB?? :dobani:

ciao

Harcerka - Wto Gru 13, 2005 22:47

oh...
i try everyday driving a car:)
i have had DL uuuuu since hmmm 1996...
but ihave beeh driving for one month:)))
heh..
driving a car is so expensive in Poland;) as youknow:)
but comunication by trains or buses is drmatic:)) they;re still late.. or the delayed;)

seb1 - Sob Gru 17, 2005 03:08

okie we just got 50cm of snow in just 24hrs!
just finished shovel my driveway!

communication/transportation practicaly null

and there is another blizzard comming...
ciao

~pAaAuLiNeK~ - Sob Gru 17, 2005 18:52

Hello people :D what's comon ?:D
Tobi - Pią Sty 06, 2006 20:05

What's up? :)
Harcerka - Sob Sty 07, 2006 22:22

:) oh :))) new fellow in our conversation:)))
that;s nice;))

Tobi - Pon Sty 09, 2006 10:21

An old one - I used to talk here earlier ;)
Admike - Sro Sty 11, 2006 13:32

as The Chicks Checker shouts "Posse don't get asleep!!!!!!!!!!!!!" :super:
Harcerka - Sro Sty 11, 2006 21:51

so:))
let's continue our conversation:))
the last topic was "THE WINTER" heh..
so is there anybody who want to talk maybe about.. the summer:))) hot sun, beautiful beaches:))) etc..
hmm
my dream is to spent ..1-2 weeks i CHina:)) i hope so maybe next year I'll go there:))

Major - Sro Sty 11, 2006 23:51

My dream is bike, good bike for my woman. Then we will go on nice trip :D
kobi - Czw Sty 12, 2006 08:22

Harcerka napisał/a:
my dream is to spent ..1-2 weeks i CHina:))

No way :!: It's my dream :!: :P I LOVE China :D I'm going there but first of all I have to win lotto ;)

Admike - Czw Sty 12, 2006 08:49

I wanna go back to Australia :( that's the most beautiful country I've ever seen... :/
Tobi - Czw Sty 12, 2006 08:50

Yeah I'd like to visit China as well. :) My cousin lives there but I don't have so much time and money to go visit him. :(
Harcerka - Czw Sty 12, 2006 21:22

oo :))) wow:))
hmmm I can collect my sweet-team:)) he.. a group of people who loves China;)
wonderful:)))
so...I suggest planning one trip to china in group:)))


:hurra:

Major - Czw Sty 12, 2006 21:52

Lets go to China on bikes! :P It could be cheeper than by plane :) What do U think about it ?
Aniczka - Czw Sty 12, 2006 22:45

Well, well, well...What have we here?? English conversations... Back to the subject.. What about Bieszczady on bike?? Then China on bike, huh?? Or maybe India??
Major - Pią Sty 13, 2006 00:59

around the world :D
Harcerka - Nie Sty 15, 2006 21:03

hi Aniczka;)))
I see so you also love the mountain:))) wonderfull:))
In Poland.. I must admit that I have never been in Bieszczady:))
heh..
beskidy, sudety tatry:)) of course yes :)

I would be good idea to go to the Bieszczady this year:) maybe on bike;)

cinque - Sro Sty 18, 2006 12:21

Major napisał/a:
Lets go to China on bikes! It could be cheeper than by plane

:rotfl:
yes... of course, but also much much longer :rotfl:

I suggest New Zealand or Iceland
maybe... by balloon ;)? Like Mr Fogg? :D


Tobi napisał/a:
Yeah I'd like to visit China as well. My cousin lives there but I don't have so much time and money to go visit him.

I've got the same with Australia... no time, no money :(

Tobi - Sro Sty 18, 2006 13:24

Major napisał/a:
Lets go to China on bikes! :P It could be cheeper than by plane :) What do U think about it ?


I think it's a great idea! Just give me about one year of free time ;)

Major - Sro Sty 18, 2006 13:27

One year ? Its too long ! 100km/day its nothing so we can make it faster :)
Harcerka - Sro Sty 18, 2006 19:25

Oh Australia is also beautiful country:))
my friend live there:) so i've much photos:)
Mountain in Australia are lovely:)

I've got a fellow who also like this kind of trips;) hmm possible plan for this holiday is to visit much probably: Laos;)

Titanic - Pią Sty 27, 2006 13:24

Australia... Is it true that people living there are walking on their's heads?

I see this thread is almost dead...

Bot - Pią Sty 27, 2006 20:42

Titanic, Yes it's truth :) They use heads to walk and legs to scratch while thinking deeply :rotfl:
Harcerka - Nie Sty 29, 2006 01:39

oh there is somebody new in our topic:))
i've just come back from forum's meeting:))
i remember khaman but titanic: have you been there?????

Titanic - Nie Sty 29, 2006 11:47

Yeap, I've been there. I was sitting opposite to Khaman. However I'm not very social at all so... Maybe next time will be better.
Bot - Nie Sty 29, 2006 12:05

Titanic, next time more warm wine and you'll be screwed :hyhy:
Aither - Nie Sty 29, 2006 12:53

hehehehee :hyhy: NEXT time... ouuu jeaaaahhhh :hyhy: :luka:
Titanic - Nie Sty 29, 2006 14:05

Khaman I'm not screw and I don't want to be screwed. My ass belongs to me and nobody else.
Bot - Nie Sty 29, 2006 14:07

Titanic, I'm screwed = mam przechlapane

;)

Major - Nie Sty 29, 2006 14:13

Titanic dont worry, my firs meeting was similar to your. I was sitting opossit few persons and i was only listening.
Titanic - Nie Sty 29, 2006 18:32

Khaman

Cytat:

Merriam-Webster Dict.:
screw
transitive sences
...
5 usually vulgar : to copulate with
intransitive senses
...
3 usually vulgar : copulate


However I know what you mean...

Aither - Nie Sty 29, 2006 18:37

great now I know what "screw" meens :D hahahhaaa :) ofcourse I just kidding :)
Titanic - Nie Sty 29, 2006 18:41

Major
People are talktive or not. Some of them are good listeners some aren't. And when you are in the bad mood it is difficult to joy.

Titanic - Nie Sty 29, 2006 18:51

Aither Explain me this: "Dragoness season opened"? Are you huntress or you want to be hunted?
Major - Nie Sty 29, 2006 18:54

Aither is hunter ?D
Titanic - Nie Sty 29, 2006 19:02

Major
Funny, I've expected answer like this...

Aither - Nie Sty 29, 2006 19:04

Major, hahhahaha It`s not true :)
Titanic, I`m the last Dragon-woman... :] OK true is that dragons are the best mythical animal... for me of course :) I love them they are so... hmm... mysterious :) My favorites dragon is a Silver dragon :) ^_^ lovely creature :)

Titanic - Nie Sty 29, 2006 19:17

Aither
You have been guarded by dragon in high tower?

Major - Nie Sty 29, 2006 19:18

Yes, but grate warrior Ziutek997 killed dragon and saved Aither :D
Titanic - Nie Sty 29, 2006 19:22

Hahaha You are in trouble - call 997.
Aither - Nie Sty 29, 2006 19:22

Titanic, hehehhee e-e I`m not a princess of sth like this :) I like dragons they are so majestic, proud and sometimes dangerous.... like me :)
Aither - Nie Sty 29, 2006 19:26

Major napisał/a:
Yes, but grate warrior Ziutek997 killed dragon and saved Aither :D


buheheheheheheheheheeeeeee... yah... ziutek997 and "warrior" :D mwahahahaaaa... if ziutek killed my lovely dragon... then... NO MERCY for him :) for ziutek of course :)

Titanic - Nie Sty 29, 2006 19:39

I've noticed that recently more people are talking about dragons. Is this fluency of RPG?
Major - Nie Sty 29, 2006 19:49

Titanic napisał/a:
I've noticed that recently more people are talking about dragons.

Cause it is so "jazzy" :rotfl:

Bot - Nie Sty 29, 2006 19:54

Titanic,

Kod:

dictionary, c o m:
v. screwed, screw·ing, screws
#  Slang.
   1. To take advantage of; cheat: screwed me out of the most lucrative sales territory.

Aither - Nie Sty 29, 2006 20:16

Titanic, I don`t like RPG... it`s not for me... :)
Titanic - Nie Sty 29, 2006 20:23

OK... One word many meanings.

If you're offended by vulgar words do not click [/b]

Titanic - Nie Sty 29, 2006 20:38

Aither
Me too. But many RPG systems are based on fantasy, there are dwarfs, dragons, princesses etc.
Computer games like M&M are using dragon motive, too. They are coming to us from literarature, games, music, cinema... Theirs popularity is growing.

"Jazzy" - funny word.

Bot - Nie Sty 29, 2006 20:52

Jazzy car.. a car of a jazzman :D

I do not like RPGs either :znudzony:

Aither - Nie Sty 29, 2006 20:58

Titanic, I`m fascinated with Japan... there is a lot of dragon symbols :) Fantasy is interesting but it`s not my world :)
Titanic - Nie Sty 29, 2006 21:18

Aither
Tradition, culture, history - yes, this is very interesting. What are you fascinating with? Something particular? Except dragons, of course.

Aither - Nie Sty 29, 2006 22:25

Titanic, do you know sth about world of Gion? a small world called hanamachi? :) Houses of tea, where japanese spent a lot of time, they are drinking sake and green tea, listening a songs of geiko or maiko, watching when geiko is dancing, smilig, talking about everything...
I`m fascinatin with geisha life... I know almost everything... how to wear kimono, how to bind obi, sth about make-up,hairdo and kanzashi, jewellery, fans, kasa [tradicional japanise umbrella] and a lot ... :)

Frycek - Nie Sty 29, 2006 23:19

hello and bye
Max - Nie Sty 29, 2006 23:36

Aither napisał/a:
Major, hahhahaha It`s not true :)
Titanic, I`m the last Dragon-woman... :] OK true is that dragons are the best mythical animal... for me of course :) I love them they are so... hmm... mysterious :) My favorites dragon is a Silver dragon :) ^_^ lovely creature :)


You should see "Reign of fire". Good movie (with Iza Scorupco):)


And about travels. Has someone of you ever been in Venezuela??
My mates gave me a proposal to visit that country. Not by bike hehe (however it might be curious experience :)
But even by plane, train, bus etc. it may be interesting journey :) But decision depends on a lot of things. I have time till about may.

Max - Nie Sty 29, 2006 23:40

Titanic napisał/a:
Hahaha You are in trouble - call 997.


May be better 0 700 888 888 :hyhy:

Frycek - Nie Sty 29, 2006 23:55

ha ha ha :hyhy:
Major - Pon Sty 30, 2006 02:35

Max, dont think about it. Take your bag and go on trip. Its my dream to see South America example Brasil. Capitol of Capoeira.
Bot - Pon Sty 30, 2006 10:11

Cytat:
hello and bye

Don't even drink coffee with us?

Harcerka - Pon Sty 30, 2006 22:03

Max napisał/a:
Titanic napisał/a:
Hahaha You are in trouble - call 997.


May be better 0 700 888 888 :hyhy:


max.... why have you revealed my tel number?????

Aither - Pon Sty 30, 2006 22:41

Max napisał/a:
You should see "Reign of fire". Good movie (with Iza Scorupco)

I saw that movie a long time ago :)

Max - Wto Sty 31, 2006 00:57

Harcerka napisał/a:
Max napisał/a:
Titanic napisał/a:
Hahaha You are in trouble - call 997.


May be better 0 700 888 888 :hyhy:


max.... why have you revealed my tel number?????


LOL....so is it yours ?? So are you that nice blackhair girl with so sensitive voice?? I can't believe ... so that you are in my bed. LOL.... hehe... guys... don't wait. Just call ASAP. It's worth all money.

(Attention: "Call" DOESN'T mean "touch" :mad: ).

Max - Wto Sty 31, 2006 01:06

Major napisał/a:
Max, dont think about it. Take your bag and go on trip. Its my dream to see South America example Brasil. Capitol of Capoeira.


It's been my dream for one week (since my pal told me abt that) hehe :oczami: . But it depends on a lot of things. 1st (the biggest issue) whether will we get vacation in the same time. 2nd - it's expensive (but i think such adventure is worth all money). 3rd also important so it'll be possible - if my honey gets vacation in the same time. Also may be some unexpected issues till that time (hopefully not). Expected date of journey is september 2006. So ... we will see :)

Major - Wto Sty 31, 2006 01:22

Max napisał/a:
it's expensive

True, ticket to brasil cost about 7000zł.

Szamanka - Wto Sty 31, 2006 10:50

Zebym ja wiedziala o czym Wy tu gadacie :mur:
Tobi - Wto Sty 31, 2006 12:04

Szamanka switch to English please :D
seb1 - Wto Sty 31, 2006 14:35

Aither, hi!
i just reviewed the post and seem that dragons is ur favoutite pet.
well , Japan maybe has a lot of Dragons, but if u have chance , go to China. i've been there! it's awsome. Almost on every step u see dragon. the symbol reperesent power thus emperor.


just my 2 cents
ciao
seb

Szamanka - Wto Sty 31, 2006 14:38

Tobi, switch, switch :kwasny:


kiedy nie potrafie...probuje sie nauczyc :kwasny:

Tobi - Wto Sty 31, 2006 14:57

Try hard, you can do it! :)
De_Luca - Wto Sty 31, 2006 15:08

Hi people =))
I should learn yet, but i haven't motivation so here I am =)

Szamanka - Wto Sty 31, 2006 16:23

Tobi, napisal
Cytat:
Try hard, you can do it!
:szok: :szok:


what? :rotfl:

seb1 - Wto Sty 31, 2006 16:26

Hey Shamanka,
just think about some english song u like it,
then things will go easier...

De_loca where r u typing from?

seb

Szamanka - Wto Sty 31, 2006 16:27

:rozpacz: :mur: :rozpacz: :mur: :rozpacz: :mur: :rozpacz:


tlumacz potrzebny od razu :rozpacz:

Aither - Wto Sty 31, 2006 16:49

seb1, dragon and pet ? :) heheheeee it`s not the same :D but nevermind :) Dragons are the best creatures for me... OH I know... :D a little surprise for ypu Seb-one :) a little quizz :] what king of gdragon you are :)
I`m an earth dragon :) hehehe :] why not :)


and the quezz :P
h t t p;//quizilla, c o m/users...%20are%20you%3F
have a nice day :)

Major - Wto Sty 31, 2006 17:22

h t t p;//serio.quizilla, c o m..._tureswater.JPG This is my dragon. Little strange, cause water isnt my favourite place to sit in, but maybe. Who know what hid in my head.
Bot - Wto Sty 31, 2006 17:31

Szamanka, off topic :P learn learn learn.... :D
Titanic - Wto Sty 31, 2006 19:00

Well, after submitting answers conclusion is:

Wind Dragon... Maybe that's why I love yachting and wind on my skin...


Major - Wto Sty 31, 2006 19:28

Nice, You are so huge distinguist (or sth like this :D )
Titanic - Wto Sty 31, 2006 19:33

De Luca
Motivate yourself, try to talk with someone.
Hehehe, I advise you but I haven't done anything from above.

Titanic - Wto Sty 31, 2006 19:36

Major
Yes and rather shy... Is it possible to dragon to be shy?

Max - Wto Sty 31, 2006 21:38

Major napisał/a:
Max napisał/a:
it's expensive

True, ticket to brasil cost about 7000zł.


We found a plane from Vienna to Carracas in Venezuela. Costs about 700$.

It's the cheapest what we have found so far.

Harcerka - Wto Sty 31, 2006 23:06

max... plans plans plans:)) hehe..

have you just had booked vacation plan? for 2006??

Max - Wto Sty 31, 2006 23:21

Harcerka napisał/a:
max... plans plans plans:)) hehe..

have you just had booked vacation plan? for 2006??


I don't know what will I be doing tomorrow, next week, next month :) Hehe... but plans don't cost :)

Major - Wto Sty 31, 2006 23:23

I wish U (Max & Harcerka) that your plans will by real. This must be grate adventure. Plane, new exotic place, other culture, climat and many, many others
Harcerka - Wto Sty 31, 2006 23:25

Max napisał/a:
:) Hehe... but plans don't cost :)


r u sure???????

well well well:)

Harcerka - Wto Sty 31, 2006 23:27

exactly many others:)))) hehe

some new lovers;)

Major - Wto Sty 31, 2006 23:29

Harcerka napisał/a:
some new lovers;)

hahah i didnt think about it :rotfl:

Harcerka - Wto Sty 31, 2006 23:31

really????

your mesage was in ambiguous tone;)))

but each practice teachs some new;)

Tobi - Sro Lut 01, 2006 07:26

Oh thank you Aither, what a great website you submitted here :] I love dragons.
Let's see...


Your a stone Dragon! Yes, it may be hard to beleive, but dont fret, you can fly fine, just a little slow. But, on the upside, you are extremly extremly strong and powerful! Stone can only be defeated by ice, so any bullies against you would cower in fear. Your stubborn, Determined, and frankly not the academvly bright! But, you make a great friend and bodygaurd!


4122 other people got this result!
This quiz has been taken 61760 times.
7% of people had this result.


Any Ice Dragons here? :chytry:

Max - Sro Lut 01, 2006 11:59

Major napisał/a:
Harcerka napisał/a:
some new lovers;)

hahah i didnt think about it :rotfl:


Yeah.... I know. You though about beautiful "chikas" :) hehehe a lot of chikas :) :chytry:

Major - Sro Lut 01, 2006 15:24

Latin girls or Spanish mmmm they are the most beauty girls on the world. Ofcours after polish hotties ;)
Aither - Sro Lut 01, 2006 23:10

Tobi napisał/a:
I love dragons.

just like me :) dragons are better than humans :)

Tobi - Czw Lut 02, 2006 08:38

True, true (Copyright by Budweiser :rotfl:)
Titanic - Czw Lut 02, 2006 20:34

Aither
Today has been broadcasted a film about marikos... Another world, another people (for me).

Aither - Czw Lut 02, 2006 20:39

Titanic, sorry but I don`t know that "marikos" mean :D
Titanic - Czw Lut 02, 2006 20:58

One letter more :( Maiko is good?
Aither - Czw Lut 02, 2006 21:12

Titanic, AaaaaH :) now I know :) The title of the film is "Memories of Geisha" :) this is a history of Sayuri a little girl, who was sold by her father to the Gion. Ther she learned how to become a geiko. I read this book twice last year :) Book is very nice and easy to read but for someone who don`t like or don`t know anything about japan culture it`s a horror :D I have a lot of books about Japan and about Geiko...
Titanic - Czw Lut 02, 2006 21:22

:)

Yes, this is this film... I know, if you don't know anything about culture film or book can be boring like my "Inland water yahting in bad weather conditions" for others...

Aither - Czw Lut 02, 2006 21:28

Yahting ? Ou and that is this ? :D hehehehe joke :) yes you`re right :)
Titanic - Czw Lut 02, 2006 21:40

Yahting? Hmmm... my way of life.

Spending five years on learning how to behave, how to serve tea... I know i'm shallow this and in Europe women learned similar things one or two hundred years ago.

Aither - Czw Lut 02, 2006 21:51

everybody ask me for sth... is geiko a whore? what is your opinion?
Titanic - Czw Lut 02, 2006 22:19

Hmmm...

Not exactly. They have dignity, status. It's hard to call them whores. Some people could do this but not me.
But why? It's hard to say. It is similar problem to pornography. It is difficult to find parting line between art and pornography.

I'm sorry for long intervals between answers but I'm continously loging out. I have enabled cookies and enabled option to use different IP's on the same account without logging but...

Bot - Czw Lut 02, 2006 22:26

Cytat:
gei·sha Audio pronunciation of "Geisha" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (gsh, g-)
n. pl. geisha or gei·shas

One of a class of professional women in Japan trained from girlhood in conversation, dancing, and singing in order to entertain professional or social gatherings of men.

Geisha
n : a Japanese woman trained to entertain men with conversation and singing and dancing [syn: geisha girl]


Aither, that depend on how does this dance looks like... Is it a lap-dance or balls-dance :rotfl:

:zawstydzony:

Aither - Czw Lut 02, 2006 22:46

Titanic, :) don`t worry I`m not angry on you :)

khaman, heheheeee :) could you dance for us or... only for me :P ? :P

Titanic - Czw Lut 02, 2006 22:55

Aither
I know you're not angry on me. I've noticed that this isn't only my problem.

Admike - Pią Lut 03, 2006 08:48

what's going on here?
Bot - Pią Lut 03, 2006 12:17

Aither napisał/a:
could you dance for us or... only for me

No way :P

Titanic - Pią Lut 03, 2006 12:46

Admike
Khaman is going to take off his clothes while dancing on a table.

Admike - Pią Lut 03, 2006 14:37

Titanic napisał/a:
Admike
Khaman is going to take off his clothes while dancing on a table.



SMOKIN'!!!!! :D :rotfl:

Aither - Pią Lut 03, 2006 14:47

Titanic napisał/a:
Khaman is going to take off his clothes while dancing on a table.


Oh COME ON BABY ! IIIHAAAA !
/me is drooling :D

Admike - Pią Lut 03, 2006 14:52

Aither, don't get to excited :D it could be dangerous... ;)
Bot - Pią Lut 03, 2006 15:16

Titanic napisał/a:
Khaman is going to take off his clothes while dancing on a table.

To table is able to bear such tension :rotfl:

Titanic, we have to talk :P :idiota:

Aither - Pią Lut 03, 2006 15:17

Ueeeee :rozpacz:
KHAMAN... ou come one baby ... don`t be so shy :) let me show you...



move your sexy BODY! come on...

Titanic - Pią Lut 03, 2006 16:02

khaman napisał/a:


Titanic, we have to talk :P :idiota:


Eee... verything is all right. It isn't my favourite dream to watch your striptease.
I don't want to talk about E...t so I talk about anything.

Bot - Pią Lut 03, 2006 17:49

Yeah.. let's talk about dragons :P
Aither - Pią Lut 03, 2006 18:39

hmmm I`m waiting... khaman jump on the table and start to moving your body :) comeone... :)
Bot - Pią Lut 03, 2006 18:42

Aither, in your dreams :krzeslem:

:oczami:

Aither - Pią Lut 03, 2006 18:49

hmmm I`m waiting... khaman jump on the table and start to moving your body :) comeone... :)
madziar - Sob Lut 04, 2006 07:26

I`m an ice dragon. I don`t know is it good, but I hope so. I don`t like ice, snow and cold days. I want to be a sunny dragon. Have you found any sunny dragons? I love warm, sun, see, beach, riding on a bike, tripping. Ilove summer. What I am doing in here??? Why Poland is not a part of Florida??? I would like to be a surfer ;)
Major - Sob Lut 04, 2006 11:11

madziar, so u are like me :D
Maybe You should be Fenix :D

Max - Czw Lut 09, 2006 00:31

madziar napisał/a:
What I am doing in here??? Why Poland is not a part of Florida???;)


If we was a part of florida we would have a lot of hurricanes :super:

Admike - Czw Lut 09, 2006 07:45

I wish Poland was a part of Australia,that I could travel to Melbourne without visa :D

and I wouldn't like to be part of the usa.Somehow even Florida isn't exciting for me

madziar - Czw Lut 09, 2006 22:08

Max napisał/a:
If we was a part of florida we would have a lot of hurricanes


We haven`t got hurricanes, but we`ve got snow on the roof. You never know whitch roof will fall down :(

Max - Pon Lut 13, 2006 01:52

madziar napisał/a:
Max napisał/a:
If we was a part of florida we would have a lot of hurricanes


We haven`t got hurricanes, but we`ve got snow on the roof. You never know whitch roof will fall down :(


Yeah. But if you look after your roof, You are sure that when you go back to home, it will still exists. I know person from Boca Raton who one day came back from work and found that ... home dissapeared. It's funny for us, but those people didn't have a fun.

Admike - Sro Lut 15, 2006 09:09

Max napisał/a:
You are sure that when you go back to home, it will still exists. I know person from Boca Raton who one day came back from work and found that ... home dissapeared. It's funny for us, but those people didn't have a fun.


yes, it's true:there're always both sides of a story:living almost in paradise but at the same time possibility of hurricanes. And what happened in Poland in 1997? did someone expect such a huge flood? You can't be prepared for everything and you won't be.

madziar - Sro Lut 15, 2006 10:34

My friend Magda worked in "paradise" - Orange Beach and sudenly came hurricanes and her hotel disapeared. She had to escape. Unfortunetly it happened 2 times. I hope this is the end of hurricanes. She`s pregnant. I wish she will be happy with her american partner and polish-american doughter without tragical surprices :)
madziar - Czw Lut 23, 2006 23:30

well I think that the hurricane bolt out all the people who are trying to talk english. Perhaps they are taking deutsch ;) ja ja genauch
Zbyszek - Sob Maj 06, 2006 09:27

If anybody is interested in communicating with me in English (for whatever reason) I would be delighted to do so. Please use my e-mail address rather than the forum as other people might not be interested in participating in this exercise.

Greetings

Zbyszek

Gliwice4ever - Wto Maj 30, 2006 21:10

Wow!! Thats a lot of people using English :szok: .....are all of you guys in Poland right now? I'm really impressed, I didn't know that they teach English this well in Poland. :super:
Ana - Wto Maj 30, 2006 22:48

Gliwice4ever napisał/a:
I didn't know that they teach English this well in Poland.


Yyyy... Is it so strange? :niepewny: It's the most popular language in the word. ;)

trunks - Wto Maj 30, 2006 22:54

yup you can learn english just by watching movies with subtitles you don't even need to learn it in school :P
Titanic - Czw Cze 08, 2006 21:34

Ana napisał/a:
Gliwice4ever napisał/a:
I didn't know that they teach English this well in Poland.


Yyyy... Is it so strange? :niepewny: It's the most popular language in the word. ;)


English? Well... I suppose Chinese is more popular - one fifth of human population use it. :)

Statistics don't lie: your five classmates should be yellowish :D

The same is with arabian language.

Gliwice4ever - Sob Cze 17, 2006 00:55

Titanic napisał/a:
English? Well... I suppose Chinese is more popular - one fifth of human population use it. :)

Statistics don't lie: your five classmates should be yellowish :D

The same is with arabian language.


Yeah, you would expect English to be the most spoken language in the world, but I guess thats what Americans get for not having enough babies, compared to the Chinese. ;)

Gliwice4ever - Nie Cze 18, 2006 03:13

So......Whats good with everyone, from my hometown GLIWICE!!!!! Damn straight :rotfl:
Gliwice4ever - Nie Lip 09, 2006 06:03

As I've been a part of this forum for quite some time now, I've noticed that many of you guys and gals, are pretty good in speaking English! :cwaniak: So my question to you is, how often do you use it in a day?
Major - Nie Lip 09, 2006 13:31

Sometimes. Its deepend of clients. About 4 times on week. I think it is defenatly to small.
trunks - Nie Lip 09, 2006 13:58

Major napisał/a:
Its deepend of clients. About 4 times on week. I think it is defenatly to small.

grammar and spelling ;)

Major - Nie Lip 09, 2006 14:29

Everzthing is bad. Cause i stoped use english regullary, about 3 years ago. Now, its only ocasionaly.
trunks - Nie Lip 09, 2006 22:49

ehh I know what you mean
Gliwice4ever - Pon Lip 10, 2006 02:19

Does Gliwice get a lot of English speaking tourists ??
Bot - Pon Lip 10, 2006 10:23

Gliwice4ever napisał/a:
Does Gliwice get a lot of English speaking tourists ??

Yes, I guess. I met a few and saw some in the city.

Major - Pon Lip 10, 2006 11:08

khaman napisał/a:
Yes, I guess

I think so. I met them in my work, and sometimes in pubs or streets. Some of them speak in other languages like french, italian(?) or even russian. Germans are natural in here:)

Admike - Czw Lip 20, 2006 20:42

hello my English-speaking friends

I have a question: what do you think about young people who are cursing all the time in English but at the same time they can't even introduce themselves in English?
and what do you think about using English words in Polish language (of course apart from weekend or ok) like message,lunch etc.? Isn't it stupid??

trunks - Czw Lip 20, 2006 23:07

Admike napisał/a:
what do you think about young people who are cursing all the time in English but at the same time they can't even introduce themselves in English?

cause you need to speak it not only write...

Admike napisał/a:
and what do you think about using English words in Polish language (of course apart from weekend or ok) like message,lunch etc.? Isn't it stupid??

no I don't think it's stupid. Sometimes if you want to translate every english word to polish the translation is stupid, for instance how would you translate "hot dog" ? :)

Gliwice4ever - Pią Lip 21, 2006 09:54

I agree with trunks, sometimes it's better to have a few words known internationally and used in everyday conversations. So I take it that a lot of Polish kids curse in English!!! Man, that must be weird.
Major - Pią Lip 21, 2006 12:18

I think that Admike has something other on mind. Some people use english words in all ways.
Admike napisał/a:
Isn't it stupid??
I agree, its stupid. Once, in bus, sat two girls. Spoke about everything, and one of them use talk like this "No way", "Poszlibyśmy na impreze poznali some boys" :szok: Her speaking was sick for me. It is not naturall to change our words on others.
I would like to write better but i dont have dictionary now, so im sory for broken words :P

trunks - Pią Lip 21, 2006 23:14

Major napisał/a:
"Poszlibyśmy na impreze poznali some boys"

they were pozers ("poseurs" in english ?) :oczami:

Zbyszek - Wto Sie 01, 2006 09:47

I am reluctant to mix different languages, although occasionally I do it ( I try not to). I suspect that in the case raised by Admike it might be a result of young impressionable people being influenced by the the ever increasing stream of business and cultural products arriving in Poland from English speaking countries. The worst example that I came across was in a butcher shop where they were selling (sic) 'drumstiki'... :zdegustowany:
szyja - Sob Sie 19, 2006 01:55

Hi! So i have decided to write something here. Now in iceland and i have been using english since june 29th almost all the time. i'm here just for holidays. I live at one old man's house, i help him to keep the flat clean and so on like cleaning car, shopping etc. he emloys lots of polish guys to work on constructions here in iceland. they cannot speak english so i often translate conversations between them and this old man. so i speak here quite a lot polish. but it is so funny when i speak polish to one guy and suddenly i start to speak english or i put some english words in the sentences :) you know, when i was watching tv with one guy i wanted to comment one episode of 'beverly hils 90210' (here it is broadcasted) and i started to speak english. it is so funny because i cannot control it when i speak polish or english (but sometimes). and it is opposite sometimes: i put some polish words inside english sentences (when i speak english to icelandic people). but i think it will be so cool when i'm home in two weeks time.
Have you ever been abroad for such a long time and did it have any influence on you polish? :) you know, i'm almost 16 and it is very hard for me to be alone for such a long time (2 months) and so far away home. but i'm doing my best, i am a bit shy but i try to be more confi. Only 10 days more and i am home!!!! :)

Zbyszek - Pon Sie 21, 2006 13:57

Don't worry Szyja you are doing just fine. It is quite a common phenomenon to mix languages especially when you are trying to use them at the same time...happened to me a lot and still does now and then (not a good idea because it confuses everyone but difficult to avoid - tricky business this). Interestingly, I wasn't aware that English was a language commonly spoken in Island, but then again it is the most popular language in the world... I wish you all the best in your endevours, try watching some silly TV programs in English, it often help as the picture provides a context to the conversation.
szyja - Pon Sie 21, 2006 20:42

In Iceland there live only 300,000 people and they speak Icelandic so it would be crazy if English wasn't so common here. Icelandic is a language which is spoken by such a little amount of people...
It is very good here that in TV there are subtitles everywhere, even in commercials. The only programms where there aren't any subtitles (I'm thinking about foreign programms) are for childres (dubbing) and those broadcasted directly at the sime time. So you can watch TV even if you can't speak Icelandic :) and this is a good way to learn Icelandic a bit because you can try to read the subtitles. That's why I know some words and their meanings, but I don't know how to pronounce them :) I can only write...

madziar - Pon Sie 21, 2006 22:44

I wish I could speak english as well as polish. Unfortunetely I can`t speak often. In fact I don`t speak english at all. My friend, who lives in USA wants to speak polish. I can understand her, couse there are no polish people. In fact she`s still talking to me and I`m listening. Perhaps I shoul look for a job, where I have to speak english. It would be nice :P
madziar - Pon Sie 21, 2006 23:06

:D
Gliwice4ever - Sob Wrz 23, 2006 08:48

madziar napisał/a:
I wish I could speak english as well as polish. Unfortunetely I can`t speak often. In fact I don`t speak english at all. My friend, who lives in USA wants to speak polish. I can understand her, couse there are no polish people. In fact she`s still talking to me and I`m listening. Perhaps I shoul look for a job, where I have to speak english. It would be nice :P


I wish I could speak Polish as well as I speak English. :super:

Major - Sob Wrz 23, 2006 10:03

Gliwice4ever napisał/a:
I wish I could speak English as well as I speak Polish.

I have chance ;)

trunks - Sob Wrz 23, 2006 13:55

madziar napisał/a:
I wish I could speak english as well as polish. Unfortunetely I can`t speak often. In fact I don`t speak english at all. My friend, who lives in USA wants to speak polish. I can understand her, couse there are no polish people. In fact she`s still talking to me and I`m listening. Perhaps I shoul look for a job, where I have to speak english. It would be nice

Hmm your english seems to be quite good :)

Gliwice4ever napisał/a:
I wish I could speak Polish as well as I speak English.

In my opinion you speak polish very well, considering that you've lived in USA since you were 2...:)

Gliwice4ever - Pon Wrz 25, 2006 07:33

trunks napisał/a:

In my opinion you speak polish very well, considering that you've lived in USA since you were 2...:)


You ment to say, I write well in Polish. Now as far as speaking is concerned........ :D .....I've got problems saying certain words. It's weird because you'd think it'd be the other way around. :niepewny: :rotfl: :super:

nowakm - Wto Paź 31, 2006 11:37

I think the topik is over, am I write?? :( harm
Titanic - Wto Paź 31, 2006 12:16

Yes, You write :rotfl:
Major - Wto Paź 31, 2006 19:46

nowakm napisał/a:
am I write

Yes, you write about end of topic :P

Ana - Czw Lis 02, 2006 00:13

:rotfl: but when we will stop writing about end of topic we can start another one ;)

hmmm... there is another similar word... "ride"

nowakm napisał/a:
am I write?


maybe it should be:

"am I riding" :oczami:

Major - Czw Lis 02, 2006 10:42

Ana napisał/a:
"am I riding"

maybe...Who knows...hmmm...I dont know. I dont think so :D

Gliwice4ever - Nie Lis 05, 2006 09:13

nowakm napisał/a:
I think the topik is over, am I write?? :( harm


It should be "am I right" ;) :super:

Gliwice4ever - Nie Lis 05, 2006 09:14

Major napisał/a:
Ana napisał/a:
"am I riding"

maybe...Who knows...hmmm...I dont know. I dont think so :D


"Am I riding" means "czy ja jerzdze"

Except no one really asks those types of questions. ;)

fekete - Nie Lis 05, 2006 10:59

"Am I riding" means "czy ja jadę" (by my opinion). "Czy ja jeżdżę" means "Do I ride". Am I right? :)
Madzia - Nie Lis 05, 2006 12:51

as far as my opinion's concern ;) fekete is right :)
trunks - Nie Lis 05, 2006 15:05

yup fekete is right - "am I riding" is a continous tense
Czarnulka - Nie Lis 05, 2006 16:35

Countinuous
:P

Czarnulka - Pon Lis 06, 2006 22:05

Czy mogłabym poprosić o przetłumaczenie powiedzenia "The end justifies the means".
Harcerka - Pon Lis 06, 2006 22:16

cel uswieca srodki:)
trunks - Pon Lis 06, 2006 23:43

Harcerka napisał/a:
cel uswieca srodki

ano :)

Gliwice4ever - Wto Lis 07, 2006 07:06

Czy jest jakies przetlumaczenie przyslowia "Run hard, work hard, party hard" na jezyk Polski??
fekete - Wto Lis 07, 2006 17:42

Coś w tym rodzaju: Żyj na całość, pracuj na całość, baw się na całość. Mogłoby być jeszcze ...and love hard. :)
pscoua - Wto Lis 07, 2006 22:13

Well well.. Very good topic I should say... :super:

But I'm afraid that I have nothing to say in english hehe ;) In polish? Hm.. As well.. :zawstydzony:

I just wanna say Hello, and I noticed that I could say it in english.. Btw, my new language now.. :oczami:

Hello then for All ! :przytul:

P.S. I HOPE that my studies'll bring me more confidence with my english ;]

Major - Wto Lis 07, 2006 22:48

pscoua napisał/a:
Btw, my new language now..

Only 10 days, and my to ;)
And im afraid. afraid about understanding people. What they`ll say to me, what should i answer them, and how :|

staniol - Wto Lis 07, 2006 23:04

fekete napisał/a:
Coś w tym rodzaju: Żyj na całość, pracuj na całość, baw się na całość. Mogłoby być jeszcze ...and love hard. :)

isn't easier to say "carpe diem"? :P

trunks - Wto Lis 07, 2006 23:30

Major, are you going to UK ? For how long ? :oczami:
fekete - Sro Lis 08, 2006 00:09

staniol, Gliwice4ever chciał na polski, nie na łacinę :)
Gliwice4ever - Sro Lis 08, 2006 04:59

Chodzilo mi o to czy w Polsce tez jest takie przyslowie?? Przepraszam moze sie zle wyrazilem, chodzi o to zeby nie byla translacja: slowo na slowo z Angielskiego na Polski. ;)
Gliwice4ever - Sro Lis 08, 2006 05:02

Hey guys and gals, I wish you nothing but the best for those that are leaving for the UK for college. I hope that you also consider studying abroad here in the U.S :ok:
Madzia - Sro Lis 08, 2006 12:26

when I was studying I wanted to go abroad to study there for some time and what's more I had such a possibility... but I didn't because I'm such a coward :zawstydzony:
wishing luck to everybody who has a courage to leave a country and study abroad :super:

staniol - Sro Lis 08, 2006 18:14

fekete napisał/a:
Gliwice4ever chciał na polski, nie na łacinę

no to u nas jest takie stwierdzenie jak "żyć pełną gębą" :D

fekete - Sro Lis 08, 2006 23:07

O, to, to! :)
Gliwice4ever - Czw Lis 09, 2006 04:54

staniol napisał/a:
fekete napisał/a:
Gliwice4ever chciał na polski, nie na łacinę

no to u nas jest takie stwierdzenie jak "żyć pełną gębą" :D


Thanks!! :super:

staniol - Pią Lis 10, 2006 15:06

np :)
Madzia - Sro Lis 15, 2006 22:29

so quiet in this topic...
Harcerka - Sro Lis 15, 2006 23:17

yeah:) hehehe very very quiet;)))

silent... night:)))

how nice... no people, no cars...
is very late and dark...

ooo it's time to sleep;)))
bye

staniol - Czw Lis 16, 2006 00:51

in England it was 22:17, New York - 17:17, SF - 14:17... so it's not very late :)
good nite to all who live in gmt +1

Gremlin - Nie Gru 10, 2006 23:34

So dark? hmm... I've a torch, but haven't fire?
Does someone have fire? :D

leszek - Wto Gru 12, 2006 15:46

Hello everybody :)
Major - Wto Gru 12, 2006 22:34

how u doin leszek?
leszek - Sro Gru 13, 2006 10:09

Hmm....
I learn english
I work in my job
I'm scuba diving instructor
And You?

Madzia - Wto Gru 19, 2006 17:11

:hyhy: starting from 2nd of January I'll be using english all time at work
Major - Wto Gru 19, 2006 23:12

Madzia, good for you. I work in english company, but still use more polish than english. I dont like it.
Tobi - Sro Gru 20, 2006 08:32

Major - you don't like English or using more Polish than English? ;) At work I have to use English to write emails to tech team in France.
Madzia - Sro Gru 20, 2006 16:40

at the beginning always is hard...but I have a strong feeling that I'll manage the challenge :)
Major - Sob Gru 23, 2006 19:46

Tobi, i dont like that i still use to much polish in this country.
Gliwice4ever - Pią Lut 16, 2007 06:10

Major, don't ever forget where you come from and your native language. I understand that you are probably excited to meet a new culture, but hold firmly in your heart the Polish culture and language.
Harcerka - Sob Lut 17, 2007 19:39

naked truth
Major - Sob Lut 24, 2007 18:01

Gliwice4ever, no worries i dont want to forget about my country, my language. I`m proud of it.
Grabarz - Sob Mar 17, 2007 18:53

Last time I need to speak or write English on school-leaving exam. That was 7 yaers ago, so I forgot many things I have learn. What way you suggest to refresh memory? Books are boring...maybe some free software?
Sorry for potencial mistakes in sentences above ;)

Major - Sob Mar 17, 2007 19:09

Grabarz, I thik that books are the best way to learn english. Try to read book in english then once again with translating and then with new words. Second thing is wathing films without subtitles.
There are many progs in internet sth like w w w slowka, p l Maybe check this.
Up to You what you prefer.

Grabarz - Sob Mar 17, 2007 19:35

Great site Major, thanks ;) I`ll try to watch those films You were talking about, becouse I really hate books :/
My only contact with English is in pc games...I`ll do my best :D

michaszko - Nie Mar 18, 2007 17:38

Instead of learning English, I do learn in English. Macrofaculty, Silesian University of Technology :)
Bot - Pon Mar 19, 2007 13:37

michaszko, it is the best way of learning. Of course with native speakers when you even have no chance to talk in Polish ;)
Tobi - Wto Mar 20, 2007 09:20

michaszko napisał/a:
Instead of learning English, I do learn in English. Macrofaculty, Silesian University of Technology :)

Could you please provide me more details michaszko? Any link or something? :)

veronica - Pią Mar 23, 2007 00:19

I think good way to learn english is using it all the time, thats why i created account at Yahoo. All people there are chating in english. I recommend this trick ;)
Bot - Pią Mar 23, 2007 12:21

veronica, or you can sign in on w w w ang, p l Tere is possbility of searching for people with diffrent skill and to talk to them with Skype
Czarnulka - Pią Mar 23, 2007 17:29

veronica napisał/a:
I think good way to learn english is using it all the time

The best way is to study English :D I hear it and talk 9 hours per day :D Maybe that's why I don't think in Polish anymore ;)

veronica - Pią Mar 23, 2007 23:27

=CzArNuLkA=, how you did it to don't think in Polish. Sometimes i'm trying but always i'm getting back.
Czarnulka - Sob Mar 24, 2007 01:04

veronica, frankly speaking...i don' know :D Sometimes i'm trying to find equivalent word in polish,but...i've got black whole in my head :zdziwko:
veronica - Sob Mar 24, 2007 17:13

=CzArNuLkA= napisał/a:
but...i've got black whole in my head

Really?!? I want the same ;) how?

Major - Sob Mar 24, 2007 17:15

=CzArNuLkA= napisał/a:
Sometimes i'm trying to find equivalent word in polish,but

Stop talking in English NOW. IT`s the worst behaviour to forget own language.

veronica - Sob Mar 24, 2007 21:47

I agree. Forget own language is awful, but to know as well as own - praiseworthy :super:
trunks - Sob Mar 24, 2007 22:49

you're right veronica
Czarnulka - Nie Mar 25, 2007 01:11

Major napisał/a:
Stop talking in English NOW
How? :D I'm studying business English :D
kobi - Wto Kwi 03, 2007 12:54

=CzArNuLkA= napisał/a:
I'm studying business English

Business English? :niepewny: I thought there're American English, British English and... Ponglish :rotfl:
I'm sure Major could be expert due to direct contact ;)

Admike - Wto Kwi 03, 2007 12:59

Business English is f...ed up! I've learnt it for one term.I must admit that technical English is easier...
Czarnulka - Wto Kwi 03, 2007 16:01

kobi napisał/a:
Business English? I thought there're American English, British English and... Ponglish
That shows that you don't know much about contemporary studying :]
Admike napisał/a:
I must admit that technical English is easier...
It is hard,but I like it and that's the most importanat... I think :)
kobi - Wto Kwi 03, 2007 18:44

=CzArNuLkA= napisał/a:
That shows that you don't know much about contemporary studying :]

That shows you're too immature to read between the lines. Isn't it ironic? :]

Czarnulka - Wto Kwi 03, 2007 20:17

Study emoticons again because you don't know which one to use to express irony :] What immatureness has in common here? :D I really don't know so I won't comment that ;)
Max - Pon Maj 28, 2007 21:28

veronica napisał/a:
I agree. Forget own language is awful, but to know as well as own - praiseworthy


I heard some sentence in TV, some old man said that during 2nd world war learned german since if you want to win a war you have to know the language of your enemy better than your own.

I'd say the same about our business partners' languages. Unfortunately many people cannot understand that. They think that polish is the most important since we are polish. Yes it is important, but also important is to know a language of your friends and enemies.

Major - Sro Lis 25, 2009 01:42

Looks like this topic died. No one wants to speak english anymore?
kobi - Czw Lis 26, 2009 18:26

Major, looks like everyone but you is shy ;)
Czarnulka - Nie Mar 14, 2010 19:53

Does anyone know if there's a suitable translation of "to be like putty in sb's hands" in Polish?
trunks - Nie Mar 14, 2010 23:11

być osobą, którą łatwo manipulować
Czarnulka - Nie Mar 14, 2010 23:16

I know this much, I just wondered if there's some kind of "pretty expression" in Pl :) Thank you anyway :)
trunks - Pon Mar 15, 2010 23:29

Hmm in english it's a saying, but in polish I haven't heard of such saying, so the translation isn't that "pretty" :). You can think of other combinations that may sound better, for example: być osobą podatną na wpływy innych
Czarnulka - Pon Mar 15, 2010 23:36

Yeah, right, that's just for my knowledge. Last time I have problems with Polish collocations so I just ask to be sure ;)
Czarnulka - Wto Kwi 20, 2010 17:41

Help ! :zalamany: Can anyone tell me, what the hell is it about? :
'The use of limestone added to the combustor in fluidised bed boilers to retain sulphur adds to the bulk of the solid residue which has to be disposed through the fact that this ash is self-hardening is an advantage.'

I have no clue how to translate it into Polish. Anyone intrested in mining? :(

trunks - Wto Kwi 20, 2010 22:55

hehe it's not mining it's energetic...I know what it means more or less

Tzn wiem o co chodzi, ale druga czesc zdania jest jakos dziwnie zbudowana.

"Użycie kamienia wapiennego dodawanego do komory paleniskowej w kotłach fluidalnych w celu związania siarki.."..i dalej nie wiem o co chodziło autorowi wypowiedzi...ale chyba o to, ze "popiół powstały po spaleniu musi byc usuwany ze złoża, ponieważ jest samotwardniejący"...tak dokładnie nie znam tych procesów niestety, studia były dawno :P

Czarnulka - Sro Kwi 21, 2010 11:46

It's a part of the text concerning mining, unfortunately.... I have no fuc&&%#$ idea why do they give us such things to translate on busienss English but.... whatever.
Thanks a lot.

Bot - Sro Kwi 21, 2010 12:18

Try using google for help :)

h t t p;//w w w bryk, p l/teksty...nia_spalin.html

Especially something here:

Cytat:
Odsiarczanie spalin półsuchą metodą FOOG:

Elektrociepłownia Chorzów stosuje tę metodę. Przy użyciu jednego reaktora fluidalnego realizowane jest tu zarówno odsiarczanie, jak i odpylanie oraz granulacja (od czego bierze się nazwa dla metody - FOOG). Ziarna spryskiwane są wapniowym reagentem, w wyniku czego dochodzi do wiązania SO2 we fluidalnej warstwie. Powstają siarczyny oraz siarczany tworzące warstwę "lepiku" na ziarnach. Potrafi on zatrzymywać przenoszony przez spaliny pył, dlatego też dochodzi również do jego odpylania oraz granulacji. Do odpylania spalin (ostatecznego), a także wychwytywania drobnoziarnistych produktów (powstających w trakcie procesu odsiarczania) oraz niezbędnego wapna dochodzi już za fluidalnym reaktorem, w końcowym odpylaczu.

Metoda ta jest skuteczna w odsiarczaniu w zakresie od 40 do 80%. Elektronie korzystające z metody półsuchego odsiarczania spalin wytwarzają tylko jeden typ odpadu, a mianowicie mieszaninę popiołu z produktami odsiarczania. Odpady te pojawiają się pod postacią paleniskowych odpadów (jest to popiół pochodzący z elektrofiltrów oraz żużel powstający pod kotłem), bądź w postaci odpadu suchego, pochodzącego z absorbera (jest to mieszanina siarczynu i siarczanu wapnia z popiołem).

Czarnulka - Sro Kwi 21, 2010 13:33

Thank you!!
trunks - Sro Kwi 21, 2010 22:28

it's not the same process that khaman quoted...

W tym cytacie jest opisana metoda półsucha wtórna (poza komora paleniskową - bo w reaktorze), natomiast w zdaniu Czarnulki jest wyraźnie mowa o odsiarczaniu w komorze paleniskowej kotła fluidalnego, a jest to metoda pierwotna sucha - mączka wapienna służy jako sorbent, a nie zadna zawiesina. Końcowym produktem są stałe CaSO3 i CaSO4, które należy usuwać ze złoża fluidalnego wraz z popiołem...

Czarnulka - Czw Kwi 22, 2010 09:29

So how to deal with it? :(
trunks - Czw Kwi 22, 2010 22:09

first of all - I don't exactly know, what author of this sentence wanted to tell, cause it's written not clear to me...
Try to build some loose translation using my post above ;)

Bot - Pią Kwi 23, 2010 10:51

trunks, Maybe not the same. Just similar for words used. Didn't study this so it is difficult to figure out the specific process. This was meant just to be a base/help for proper translation :)
I also have no idea about this process - it is black magic ;)

trunks - Pią Kwi 23, 2010 22:24

hmm reading this sentence again and again I'm starting to figure it out...

"Dozowanie kamienia wapiennego do komory paleniskowej kotłów fluidalnych w celu związania siarki powoduje, że w powstającym popiele pojawiają sie nieprzereagowane części stałe sorbentu wapiennego, które muszą być usunięte, aby produkt końcowy mógł być efektywnie wykorzystany"

Czarnulka - Pią Kwi 23, 2010 23:21

:*:*:*:*:*:*:*:*:*:*
trunks - Sob Kwi 24, 2010 22:46

I hope it's a good translation, but I can't be 100% sure...let me know later ;)
Bebe - Pon Sty 24, 2011 11:29

khaman napisał/a:
Try using google for help :)



not google pls... You can use whatever, but not google.. It's waste of time and your nervs... I wanted use it to translate long text. I stopped in the middle of nowhere...

Harcerka - Pon Sty 24, 2011 22:39

it's unreasonable to translate long text using typical translator available in internet)))) but sometimes it;s really funny:)))
Admike - Czw Sty 27, 2011 19:27

Harcerka napisał/a:
it's unreasonable to translate long text using typical translator available in internet)))) but sometimes it;s really funny:)))


agree :D I used it while translating sth and very funny things came out but it helped me a bit

cayman - Sro Lut 16, 2011 23:51

hello... intrigued me about it because I have my personal observations, I know hundreds of Poles came to what here with English, but could not get along ... the accent of the regions is an important element in understanding speech ... not to mention the spelling ... I greet cayman ...
p.s. my IP tell you where I write ..

azrael1982 - Sob Cze 07, 2014 08:32

Harcerka napisał/a:
it's unreasonable to translate long text using typical translator available in internet)))) but sometimes it;s really funny:)))


I happen to translate texts from both German and Spanish to either Polish or English. In my case, it sometimes becomes a jigsaw instead of rampant joy. :P



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