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The exercises on our site are designed for beginners and intermediate level students. These particular ones will help you practice using Polish nouns, pronouns, and cases correctly. Powodzenia!


Noun cases: Accusative (Biernik)
Noun cases: Dative (Celownik)
Noun cases: Genitive (Dopełniacz)
Noun cases: Nominative (Mianownik)
Noun cases: Instrumental (Narzędnik)
Noun cases: Locative (Miejscownik)
Mixed noun cases 1 (sing. + pl.)
Mixed noun cases 2 (sing. + pl.)
Mixed noun cases 3 ("pies"/dog)
Mixed noun cases 4 ("psy"/dogs)
Mixed noun cases 5 ("sukienka/sukienki")
Mixed noun cases 6 ("miasto/miasta")
Mixed noun cases (singular nouns)
Mixed noun cases (plural nouns)
Plural form of Polish nouns 1
Plural form of Polish nouns 2
Polish nouns: Which gender? 1
Polish nouns: Which gender? 2
Personal pronouns (Instrumental case)
Personal pronouns (Accusative case)
Personal pronouns (Dative case)
Personal pronouns (Genitive case)
Personal pronouns (Nominative case)
Personal pronouns (Locative case)
Mixed personal pronouns (Mixed cases) 1
Mixed personal pronouns (Mixed cases) 2
Personal pronouns (YOU - polite form, singular)
Personal pronouns (YOU - polite form, plural)
Polite possessive pronouns (Pana, Pani, etc.)
Singular, feminine possessive pronoun (nasza: our)
Singular, masculine possessive pronoun (mój: my)
Plural, masculine possessive pronoun (wasi/wasze: your)
Singular, neutral possessive pronoun (twoje: your) 1
Mixed possessive pronouns (plural)







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