Yes, thank you very much

Polish translation: yeas, tunk yu verry mooch

21:16 Apr 8, 2005
English to Polish translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Cinema, Film, TV, Drama
English term or phrase: Yes, thank you very much
Hello:

I am an American screenwriter and I wish to ask if a Polish correspondent could help me give my central Polish character who speaks in English, Polish pronounciations to common American words...i.e ya for yes??

I am working on a feature presentation screenplay and any and all help would be much appreciated.

Thank you

Chris
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Polish translation:yeas, tunk yu verry mooch
Explanation:
I am a native Polish speaker, and this probably is just one of a few possibilities. In general, "sh" and "ch" combinations are very harsh, and "th" and "dh" are short and hard. In fact, as with any other foreing language, the actual pronounciation will vary depending on the speaker's skill level, education, background, etc. So, more details about your character would be helpful... P.S. Good luck with your script; I hope it will get made!
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yes, thank you very much
yeas, tunk yu verry mooch


Explanation:
I am a native Polish speaker, and this probably is just one of a few possibilities. In general, "sh" and "ch" combinations are very harsh, and "th" and "dh" are short and hard. In fact, as with any other foreing language, the actual pronounciation will vary depending on the speaker's skill level, education, background, etc. So, more details about your character would be helpful... P.S. Good luck with your script; I hope it will get made!

Odiss
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agree  majeczka: or...[yeas tenk yu veRy match] agree: it aLL depends..sound file would be better for you to make you listen to a Polish accent in English # see http://www.seattlefilm.org/festival/film/detail.aspx?id=5660... =>maybe you know Marcel ? :-)
36 days

agree  lim0nka: asker śpi... :(
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