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I would like to know what these sentences say!

English translation: Let me like (to a male), let me wait (to a male) but please don't let me go

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12:10 Sep 7, 2001
Polish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Polish term or phrase: I would like to know what these sentences say!
Daj mi lubic pan, daj mi poczekac pan, ale prosze nie daj mi isc.
Pan sa jest klucz na mi serce.
Czeac co tam u ciebie slycha
Kocham cie bardzo, Js tensknie za toba
Katlyn
English translation:Let me like (to a male), let me wait (to a male) but please don't let me go
Explanation:
cont'd: you (male) are the key to my heart.
Hi, what's new with you.
I love you very much. I miss you.
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This is a really butchered Polish. Lots of ungrammatical turns of phrase. So I just made the best of it. Note that the initial phrases are directed to a male ("pan" in Polish means Mister).
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Lota
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Local time: 07:47
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4 +1Let me like (to a male), let me wait (to a male) but please don't let me go
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1 hr   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +1
Let me like (to a male), let me wait (to a male) but please don't let me go


Explanation:
cont'd: you (male) are the key to my heart.
Hi, what's new with you.
I love you very much. I miss you.
===================
This is a really butchered Polish. Lots of ungrammatical turns of phrase. So I just made the best of it. Note that the initial phrases are directed to a male ("pan" in Polish means Mister).


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Lota
United States
Local time: 07:47
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PolishPolish
PRO pts in pair: 839

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