POLISH GRAMMAR PRACTICE FOR FOREIGNERS
topic: The past tense in Polish (Perfective form) - The formal 'YOU' (Pan, Pani, Panstwo) 1
PAMIĘTAJ!: In Polish there are several "polite" or "formal" ways of saying "you". If you're talking to a man, use "PAN". If you're talking to a woman, use "PANI". If you're talking to two or more men, use "PANOWIE". If you're talking to two or more women, use "PANIE". For mixed groups of two or more, use "PAŃSTWO".
The following exercise will help you practice the perfective past tense in Polish. Fill in the blanks with the proper form of the verb (in parentheses). Use the "special character" buttons below as needed.
Example: You (singular, m.) went to Warsaw. = Pan pojechał do Warszawy. (pojechać)
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