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How to wish Happy New Year in Polish Posted by on Dec 28, 2016 in Phrases, Vocabulary

New Year’s Eve is just around the corner! Can’t believe how time flies:) We will be sending warm wishes to our friends and relatives, either through email, text message or simply over the phone! Today’s post has few different New Year’s wishes in Polish. I tried my best to translate it for you.

Gdy Nowy Rok staremu cyfrę zmienia,

Wszyscy – wszystkim ślą życzenia! 

Przy tej pięknej sposobności, 

Życzę Ci dużo radości!

When New Year changes old one’s number,

Everyone is sending wishes to eachother!

On this beautiful occasion.

I wish you a lot of joy!

Stary Rok mija lecz marzenia zostają,

Niech one się Tobie wszystkie spełniają 

I z Nowym Rokiem niech los Ci się odmieni,

A ogród życia wnet się zazieleni.

The old year passes but dreams stay,

May they all come true

May the New Year  change your fate,

And garden of life will soon turn green.

Fajerwerki, śnieg, muzyka,

Już szampana każdy łyka,

Stary rok się w Nowy zmienia,

Przeto szczęścia śle życzenia.

Fireworks, snow, music,

Everyone is sipping the champagne,

The old year changes into new one,

Therefore I send wishes of happiness.

Bardzo dużo prezentów, 

Mało w życiu zakrętów, 

Dużo bąbelków w szampanie, 

Kogoś kto zrobi śniadanie, 

A na każdym kroku 

Szczęścia w Nowym Roku!

A lot of gifts,

Little turns in life,

A lot of bubbles in champagne,

Someone who will make you breakfast,

And at every step

Happy New Year!

Płoną sztuczne ognie, 

Płynie już muzyka, 

Idzie Nowy Rok, 

Stary już umyka 

Więc wznieśmy puchary,

Tańczmy do rana, 

Niech los nam nie szczędzi

Kawioru i szampana.

Fireworks are starting,

Music is playing,

New Year is coming,

Old one escapes

So let us raise our glasses,

Lets dance until the morning,

Let the fate give us enough

Caviar and champagne.

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About the Author: Kasia

My name is Kasia Scontsas. I grew near Lublin, Poland and moved to Warsaw to study International Business. I have passion for languages: any languages! Currently I live in New Hampshire. I enjoy skiing, kayaking, biking and paddle boarding. My husband speaks a little Polish, but our daughters are fluent in it! I wanted to make sure that they can communicate with their Polish relatives in our native language. Teaching them Polish since they were born was the best thing I could have given them! I have been writing about learning Polish language and culture for Transparent Language’s Polish Blog since 2010.


Comments:

  1. Walter j. Krochmal:

    I grew up living with my grandmother,she could not speak english,so i had to learn polish. I wish i had learned to read and write polish. It would have been very helpful, since i am a retired polish pharmscist. I had a lot of polish customers and it would have very brneficial to me, i got by but it was tough. Walter

  2. Hetka:

    Very nice.!!

  3. Anne:

    Thanks for the translations! I appreciate your
    enthusiasm for languages!

    Szczęśliwego Nowego Roku!