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list nieoficjalny. czy poprawnie?

01.11.06, 13:19
Witam. Czy moglby ktos sprawdzic czy poprawnie napisalam list?
Jest to zadanie z angielskiego, wiec pomijam adresy, itp. :))))

Dear Jim,
it's nice that you coming to Poland and you want learning our language. You
should visit some beatifull places, for example, Old Town in Warsaw,
Zakonnice and Wawel in Cracau, Starowka in Wroclaw and monuments in
Trojmiasto. There are the most interesting places.
You ought try travel across Poland by train. This is the best option, because
our street are disastrous condition. By train is quickly and comfort.
I think that you should stay at suburban hotel. Rather it isn't expensive and
you can choose the best for you. Frequently accommodation is comfortable.
Take some warm clothes, because the weather is different and often is
raining. You can need a dictionary if you communicate with other people and
you don't be good at Polish.
Best wishes,
XYZ.
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        • asha9211 Re: list nieoficjalny. czy poprawnie? 01.11.06, 14:11
          Dear Jim,
          It’s really nice you are coming to Poland and that you want to learn my
          language. When you are in Poland you should visit some beautiful palces like
          the Old Town in Warsaw, the famous Poland’s winter destination Zakopane, the
          Wawel Royal Castle in Cracow, the Old Town in Wroclaw or the famous Solidarity
          Monument in Gdansk. I believe those are the most interesting sightseeing
          places.
          The best way to see my country is to travel by train. It’s quick and
          comfortable. Our roads are not in good conditions and it makes travel by car
          difficult.(ja wolalabym nocowac w centrum niz na przedmisciach – ale to zalezy
          od ciebie). I think you should stay at downtown hotels. You can find some 3
          star hotels that are not too expensive. Their location will make your
          sightseeing easier than any suburban hotel. Please remember to take some warm
          clothes since the weather in Poland may be tricky with cold and lots of rain.
          Also, do not forget a Polish dictionary. It will help you communicate with
          other people though more and more Poles are speaking English.
          Looking forward to your visit in Poland.
          Best wishes
          xyz
          • la_dolce_vita Re: list nieoficjalny. czy poprawnie? 01.11.06, 15:43


            > It’s really nice THAT you are coming to Poland and that you want to learn my
            > language. DURING YOUR STAY IN Poland you should TRY TO visit
            > the Old Town in Warsaw, the famous POLISH winter destination Zakopane,
            > the
            > Wawel Royal Castle in Cracow, the Old Town in Wroclaw or the famous
            Solidarity
            > Monument in Gdansk. I believe those are the most BEAUTIFUL AND interesting
            > places FOR FOREIGN VISITORS.
            > The best way to see my country is to travel by train. It’s quick and
            > comfortable. SOME OF Our roads are not in good conditions and it makes travel
            by car
            > difficult.I think you should stay at CENTRALLY LOCATED hotels. You can find
            some 3
            > star hotels that are VERY REASONABLY PRICED. Their POSITION will make your
            > sightseeing easier than IF YOU STAY IN A suburban hotel. Please remember to
            take some warm
            > clothes WITH YOU, AS the weather in Poland may be UNPREDICTABLE(?), SEVERE
            (?) IT CAN GET VERY cold and IT CAN RAIN HEAVILY.
            > Also, do not forget a Polish dictionary. It will help you communicate with
            > THE LOCAL people ALthough more and more Poles SPEAK English.
            > I AM Looking forward to your visit in Poland.
            > Best wishes
            > xyz
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