A really funny way to learn some Polish
I know it's a bit strange but it's fun anyway: Misja Kraków.
Polish cases in poetry :)
Here is the best (and the only) poem we have ever read about Polish cases:
In Case of Polish
The Polish language is quite curious.
Seven cases! Yes, they’re serious.
The Nominative Case is so exquisite.
Answers the question: who or what is it?
If there’s few or even many,
Or you tell me there’s not any,
Look for something that’s a possession.
Carefully listen for a preposition
Od, ze, do, dla, or koło
Genitive case does a solo.
Now I know it sounds amusing
To what, to whom – it’s just confusing!
But if you listen to the help I give,
I lend to you this case of Dative.
I see I need to get going soon
Of course, I’d like to fly to the moon
Just remember when passing through
That any old direct object will do
And action or motion to anyplace
Always results in the Accusative case.
Whether in front or behind, above, under or below
There’s one more thing that you need know
Transportation is fundamental
When the case is Instrumental
Although it may seem quite apparent
About “on”, “in”, “by”, or “after” it is inherent
That these are prepositions of locations.
(I thank you now, for your patience.)
We’ve arrived at the case called Locative
And all that’s left – hey you! Vocative!
By Polish learner Frances Turner
We took it from here
About Polish in English
To read about Polish and Poland in English you can go here.
BBC - A Touch of Polish
Your Polish online soap
Read the story of Polish ex-pat Bogdan and English divorcee, Sarah, which has been written by you. For 17 weeks you decided on the next line or twist of plot.http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/polish/soap/
Polish to Polish: grammar :)
If you really feel that you have to see it all in English - there you go:Polish Grammar in a Nutshell by Oscar E. Swan