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Polish translation: No!

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19:09 Aug 6, 2001
English to Polish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Thank-you
Dear cousin,

Thank-you for your note. I was very surprosed to hear from you. How are you and your family?
sck
Polish translation:No!
Explanation:
Dziekuje.
OR
Dziekuje bardzo - Thanks a lot.
Transcription [dzh'enkuje bardzo] Accents are at the 2nd syllable and the first one.
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na +2No!slavist
nabardzo dziekuje
Johanna Timm, PhD


  

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bardzo dziekuje


Explanation:
bardzo ( pieknie, goraco, serdecznie)) dziekuje( write the *e* in *dziekuje* and in*pieknie) with a little tail)!
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Johanna Timm, PhD
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No!


Explanation:
Dziekuje.
OR
Dziekuje bardzo - Thanks a lot.
Transcription [dzh'enkuje bardzo] Accents are at the 2nd syllable and the first one.


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