Speak Polish : In Poland we don't say



What do we actually say in Poland ⁉️
1️⃣ Crimes in Poland are solved with a helping hand of a priest – Ojciec Mateusz
2️⃣ If a Pole is bored, they take their clothes off just to busy themselves with looking after them
3️⃣ In Poland, some people wish to believe that whatever happens is the resut of God’s will.
4️⃣ A Pole rarely says “thanks, much appreciated”. We prefer “no, wiedziałam/łem, no !”.

Ściskam,
Michalina

❤Let’s stay in touch
www.instagram.com/your.polish

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BBC Sherlock Holmes’s Theme Melody
Gym Class Heros “Clothes off”
www.bensound.com
“E.R.F”
“Funny song”
“Sunny”
“Jazz Comedy”
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⭐Sandomierz

⭐Sherlock

⭐ Ksiądz Mateusz

⭐ Ksiądz Mateusz serial

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  • 1:23 Chyba napisy się popsuły :/

    Darlan July 21, 2020 11:12 am Reply
  • I clicked this video because the bluebird apps show up

    Shark Lee July 21, 2020 11:12 am Reply
  • 02:06 ja tak zawsze mówię 😂

    Babcia Żółwik July 21, 2020 11:12 am Reply
  • 1:16 „rozbierz się i pilnuj swoich ciuchów” 😂 pierwsze słyszę, ale na pewno zapamiętam 👌

    POLACO A SACO July 21, 2020 11:12 am Reply
  • Interesting! Have never heard of Ojciec Mateusz before. Part of my family was from Sandomierz. Hope one day I’ll visit that town.

    Flavio B July 21, 2020 11:12 am Reply
  • Oh no… One of my favourite sayings is different now compared to back in England we use "No s**t Sherlock" when somebody says something incredibly obvious

    David Foster July 21, 2020 11:12 am Reply
  • When I teach English, I always call the "Must have done…" construction in English (he must have been killed in the study with a rolling pin by the butler) the Sherlock Holmes tense. Now I'll call it the Ojciec Mateusz tense.
    So thanks. 🙂

    Julian Gilbert July 21, 2020 11:12 am Reply
  • I was in Sandomierz and I no one told me about Ojciec Mateusz 😀

    JoanaBarreleiro July 21, 2020 11:12 am Reply
  • "No no", which actually means "yeah yeah" / "aham" so surely not "no"… Just to make foreigner's life difficult…

    Himeiros July 21, 2020 11:12 am Reply
  • wow ! prosze o kontakt priv 😉

    Tomasz Ciszek July 21, 2020 11:12 am Reply
  • Do you teach Polish

    Shiv Mathur July 21, 2020 11:12 am Reply

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