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Making plans for a night out in Polish Posted by on Jan 30, 2018 in Culture, friends, Phrases

Going out is so much fun! Going out for dinner, to the movies, spending an evening ice skating! So much to do! But what if your Polish friends don’t speak English and you have to make your plans in Polish? Or you just want to impress them and plan the whole evening using your amazing Polish?

Not to worry! Here are some helpful phrases for you!

are you up to anything this evening? – robisz coś dzisiaj wieczorem?
have you got any plans for …? – masz jakieś plany na …?
this evening – dzisiaj wieczorem
tomorrow – jutro
the weekend – weekend
are you free …? – jesteś wolny/wolna …?
tomorrow afternoon – jutro po południu
tomorrow evening – jutro wieczorem
what would you like to do this evening? – co chciałbyś/chciałabyś robić dzisiaj wieczorem?
do you want to go somewhere at the weekend? – masz ochotę pojechać gdzieś na weekend?
would you like to join me for something to eat? – masz ochotę zjeść coś razem?
would you like to go out tonight? – masz ochotę gdzieś dzisiaj wyjść?
sure – jasne
I’d love to – bardzo chętnie
sounds good – dobry pomysł
that sounds like fun – brzmi świetnie
sorry, I can’t make it – przepraszam, nie dam rady
I’m afraid I already have plans – przykro mi, ale mam już plany
I’m too tired – jestem za bardzo zmęczony/zmęczona
I’m staying in tonight – dzisiaj zostaję w domu
I’ve got too much work to do – mam za dużo pracy
I need to study – muszę się uczyć
I’m very busy at the moment – jestem teraz bardzo zajęty/zajęta

Paint night with my friends!

what time shall we meet? – na którą się umawiamy?
let’s meet at …eight o’clock – spotkajmy się o …ósmej
where would you like to meet? – gdzie chcesz się spotkać?
I’ll see you … at ten o’clock – do zobaczenia … o dziesiątej
in the pub – w pubie
at the cinema – w kinie
I’ll meet you there – spotkamy się na miejscu
see you there! – do zobaczenia na miejscu!
let me know if you can make it – daj mi znać, jeżeli uda ci się przyjść
I’ll call you later – zadzwonię do ciebie później
what’s your address? – jaki masz adres?
I’m running a little late – trochę się spóźnię
I’ll be there in … minutes – bedę za … minut
five – pięć
ten – dziesięć
fifteen – piętnaście
have you been here long? – długo już tu jesteś?
have you been waiting long? – długo czekałeś/czekałaś?

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About the Author:Kasia

My name is Kasia Scontsas. I grew up in 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.