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Polish translation: Generally it is Jak sie masz ?

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00:59 Jul 9, 2000
English to Polish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: how are you?
when greeting a friend or a person you know
regina
Polish translation:Generally it is Jak sie masz ?
Explanation:
But it is graded or diversified correspondingly to your speaker's position:
How are you spoken to older people sounds Co u Pani/Pana słychać ?
Your superior/teacher will understand it the same as older people.
Your friend will hear it as Jak sie masz
Colloquial or slang is
1/ Jak leci ? 2/ Sie manko ? - as popularised by Mr Owsiak, Polish showman.
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Ryszard (Richard) Jasinski
Poland
Local time: 13:21
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na +2Generally it is Jak sie masz ?
Ryszard (Richard) Jasinski


  

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3 days 3 hrs peer agreement (net): +2
Generally it is Jak sie masz ?


Explanation:
But it is graded or diversified correspondingly to your speaker's position:
How are you spoken to older people sounds Co u Pani/Pana słychać ?
Your superior/teacher will understand it the same as older people.
Your friend will hear it as Jak sie masz
Colloquial or slang is
1/ Jak leci ? 2/ Sie manko ? - as popularised by Mr Owsiak, Polish showman.


    Native knowledge of Polish
Ryszard (Richard) Jasinski
Poland
Local time: 13:21
PRO pts in pair: 46
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