Similarities Between Slovak and Polish

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Bahador Alast

Bahador Alast

5 жыл бұрын

How similar are Slovak and Polish? Both languages are categorized as West Slavic. Along with all other Slavic languages, they descend from a proto-language called Proto-Slavic, descending from earlier Proto-Balto-Slavic language. There are over 20 different Slavic languages, divided into 3 major subgroups, with Russian, Belarusian and Ukrainian belonging to the East group, Polish, Czech and Slovak to the West group, and Slovene, Serbo-Croatian, Macedonian and Bulgarian to the South group.
In today’s language challenge, we will compare some of the similarities between these two West Slavic languages, with Eliza, a Polish speaker from Poland, and Linda, a Slovak speaker from Slovakia, challenging each other with a list of words and sentences.
The Polish language (język polski, polszczyzna) is a West Slavic language, is the native language of the Poles and is spoken primarily in Poland where it has official status, along with the European Union. The Polish alphabet contains 9 additions to the letters of the basic Latin script (ą, ć, ę, ł, ń, ó, ś, ź, ż). Polish is closely related to Kashubian, Silesian, Upper Sorbian, Lower Sorbian, Czech and Slovak. Historically, Polish began to emerge as a distinct language around the 10th century which largely triggered the establishment of the Polish state. In addition to Poland, the Polish language is native to Slovakia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, central-western Lithuania, bordering regions of western Ukraine and western Belarus, Romania, Moldova. It is recognized as a minority language in Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, Slovakia, and Ukraine.
Slovak is a West Slavic language. Slovak is the official language of Slovakia, and is also native to the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, and a portion of western Ukraine.
I would like to thank my friend Anita for helping to set up this video.
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@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 5 жыл бұрын
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@lawrencium4101
@lawrencium4101 5 жыл бұрын
Bahador Alast i love your videos! an Iraqi speaker (informal£ and Turkish would be an interesting comparison :)
@user-jm8xc3gf7o
@user-jm8xc3gf7o 5 жыл бұрын
Вместе с вами переводил,слова у нас очень похожи 😀.Девушки очень красивые кстати🥰😍 Хорошее видео😊
@user-nc4xj5nu5t
@user-nc4xj5nu5t 5 жыл бұрын
@@user-jm8xc3gf7o Да языки похожи про пёсика и песок больше всего понравилось)
@1iibaan
@1iibaan 5 жыл бұрын
Bahador Alast Hallo bahador,i have a one please but only if you can do that. to make maybe a video about the similarities between Somali and Arabic, I have already seen there is one which exists,the reason is that i have talked to view friends about it and they told me that there is no word which beginns whit the (kh somali) alphabet in Arabic (خ) do exist in nowadays all that words are dead,in Somali. I looked on my own ,and didn't found one. can you please do that,if you need a written words on Somali, I can help you whit that. thanks
@NONAME-si3rj
@NONAME-si3rj 5 жыл бұрын
Hey , make a video about similarities between Turkish and Uzbek language or Uyghur language . Please. And Between persian and tajik language . Salomat boshed zinda bosh turki va farsi zabon!
@tomekkrzysztofiak7699
@tomekkrzysztofiak7699 5 жыл бұрын
Greetings from Poland for all Slovaks!! Pozdrowienia z Polski dla wszystkich Słowaków! 😁
@jirkasalam2751
@jirkasalam2751 5 жыл бұрын
Dzienky Bratanku
@laszlovondracsek
@laszlovondracsek 5 жыл бұрын
A dla Czechow nie?
@jirkasalam2751
@jirkasalam2751 5 жыл бұрын
@@laszlovondracsek Mogli prygotowacz i jakom Czeszku kobietu
@tomekkrzysztofiak7699
@tomekkrzysztofiak7699 5 жыл бұрын
@@laszlovondracsek Czechów też pozdrawiam!!! Mam kilku przyjaciół z Czech
@laszlovondracsek
@laszlovondracsek 5 жыл бұрын
@@tomekkrzysztofiak7699 Coz, wiec DZIEKUJE!!!
@pavl0s725
@pavl0s725 5 жыл бұрын
I love you ! I understood all of it ! Greetings from Czechia ! :) POLSKA, ČESKO, SLOVENSKO =
@kubaj361
@kubaj361 5 жыл бұрын
Pozdrawiam 😅
@maximgunnarson3291
@maximgunnarson3291 5 жыл бұрын
PAVL0S jezis ty ses zas nejakej úchyl na "Slovany" jak někdy ve středověku...probud se..je 21 století kdo si na to dneska hraje?!!
@vietducpham2492
@vietducpham2492 5 жыл бұрын
EEEY, Češi! Kdo jde do Vietnamský večerky nakupovat?/EEEY, Czechs! Who's going to Vietnamese minimarket for shopping?
@user-qp3me6hw5c
@user-qp3me6hw5c 5 жыл бұрын
Michal Pastrnek Ty si mimo? Ja sa napríklad zaujímam o históriu a jazyky Slovanov, takže mám rád aj slovanske štáty. Ale podľa teba som asi tiež len úchyl.
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 5 жыл бұрын
@34 34 @Michal Pastrnek Som Poliak a podla mna 21 stoleti je to uż koniecny cas, że by nielen Slovania sa prebudili predtym keď sudruh Soros a eurobolsevici z Brusely "moderne" urobia z vsetkych narodov "evropskou" beznarodnou otrockou biomasu.
@darjanmarjanovic4319
@darjanmarjanovic4319 5 жыл бұрын
Love Slovakia and Poland from Serbia.💖💖💖💕💕💕💞💞💞
@wiredbeats9058
@wiredbeats9058 5 жыл бұрын
Pozdrav iz Hrvatske ❤️
@darjanmarjanovic4319
@darjanmarjanovic4319 5 жыл бұрын
@@wiredbeats9058 Pozdrav za Hrvatsku.💖
@Urosh788
@Urosh788 5 жыл бұрын
@@wiredbeats9058 Pozdrav za Hrvatsku. :)
@dejanstoimenovski2350
@dejanstoimenovski2350 5 жыл бұрын
Pozdrav od Makedonija 😜
@rafalslovak8728
@rafalslovak8728 5 жыл бұрын
Greetings
@mikoajbojarczuk9395
@mikoajbojarczuk9395 5 жыл бұрын
I can't believe a comparison video between Polish and Slovak finally exists! I love it, Slovak is such a beautiful language❤️ Greetings from Poland dear Slovaks❤️🇵🇱🇸🇰
@valo9935
@valo9935 4 жыл бұрын
🇸🇰🇵🇱🇸🇰🇵🇱💪❤️
@richardgibczynski2371
@richardgibczynski2371 4 жыл бұрын
No wszystkich jezyki slowianskie sa raczej bardzo podobne, w porownaniu jezyki lacinskie miedzy innymi bierzesz np. Niemieckiego i Angielskiego, istnieje wiele slowy ktorych maja samego rdzen ale mimo tego, to nie tak podobne
@mikoajbojarczuk9395
@mikoajbojarczuk9395 4 жыл бұрын
@Alex Jameson As a native Polish speaker who studied both Czech and Slovak for four years, all I can say is that they're very similar in terms of lexicon and both nationalities find it very easy to communicate with only very few rough spots.
@ewaj.okorowska2547
@ewaj.okorowska2547 3 жыл бұрын
@@richardgibczynski2371 A pan to po jakiemu mowic?
@jozefgarab
@jozefgarab 2 жыл бұрын
Bojarczuk koreňom slova je boj. Z toho je zbojník odboj
@bannanateam
@bannanateam 5 жыл бұрын
I’m Mexican and I didn’t understand shit... keep up the good work
@juliuszarsky9991
@juliuszarsky9991 5 жыл бұрын
E'Osiris Buenos Dias. Viva Mexico
@shrekanator122
@shrekanator122 5 жыл бұрын
Don't worry amigo
@Polones12
@Polones12 5 жыл бұрын
😂
@magpie_girl3741
@magpie_girl3741 5 жыл бұрын
ZŁOTO --> Z is from G, Ł is cognate to L, T is unvoices D Just now you learned what our currency is (złoty - adj.) ZĄB --> Z is from G (unvoice it), Ą you can write as OM GĘBA 'mouth' - but it's more negative word - in English it would be 'gob' MĄDRY --> Ą you can write as ON (it should be EN, because MĘDRZEC 'a sage'; -RY is for adj. This is Spanish cognate: 'muñir', from Latin monēre 'to warn, advise' Nasal vowel can make M or N or even /w/ sound, depending on what the consonant after them is. CENA --> C /ts/ is changed K You know many Polish words :), but you don't know how to 'polonize' them :) For e.g. pusty 'empty, void' is cognate to puchnąć 'to swell' and you have 'pústula' (eng. pustule). playa = plaża 'a beach' Greetings from Poland :)
@kris8263
@kris8263 5 жыл бұрын
HAHA. You broke the comment section. Keep up the good work.
@Luka-iu1jx
@Luka-iu1jx 5 жыл бұрын
All of these are similar in Serbian except "rain" Love to Poland and Slovakia from Serbia ❤🇵🇱🇸🇰🇷🇸❤
@komazec357
@komazec357 5 жыл бұрын
Well, the lizard called Daždevnjak has the root in Dažd.
@Luka-iu1jx
@Luka-iu1jx 5 жыл бұрын
@@komazec357 True, I knew that. Unfortunately, most of the Serbs don't know the root of that word I guess..
@looka698
@looka698 5 жыл бұрын
Funny enough tho, in the dialects of northern Croatia, people do say "dažd" for rain, instead of "kiša", as they do in rest of Croatia or Serbia
@Luka-iu1jx
@Luka-iu1jx 5 жыл бұрын
@@looka698 Hmmmm interesting... But still, in standard variant of Croatian, kiša is the official word I guess, while dažd is region-specific
@looka698
@looka698 5 жыл бұрын
@@Luka-iu1jx Yeah, but the thing is, Croatian is a very dialected language, consisting of 3 major, *very* different dialects, and dozens of small regional ones. But in the effort of promoting Pan-Slavism and realizing the idea of a unified Great Slavic state, the dialect that was chosen as the standard one was the dialect that was the most similiar to Serbian, since the Serbs represented the most numerous Slavic people in the Balkans.
@KasiaB
@KasiaB 5 жыл бұрын
Ahoj z Poľska! Srdečne pozdravujem všetkých Slovákov :) ❤️
@user-qp3me6hw5c
@user-qp3me6hw5c 5 жыл бұрын
Polish is so pretty language! Greetings from Slovakia! Poľština je veľmi pekný jazyk! Zdravím zo Slovenska!
@achaab979
@achaab979 5 жыл бұрын
No čo tebe šibe.
@user-qp3me6hw5c
@user-qp3me6hw5c 5 жыл бұрын
MeliskoToJe problém?
@achaab979
@achaab979 5 жыл бұрын
@@user-qp3me6hw5c Ty chceš aby som zle spravou ?
@user-qp3me6hw5c
@user-qp3me6hw5c 5 жыл бұрын
MeliskoToJe Čo máš za problém?
@user-qp3me6hw5c
@user-qp3me6hw5c 5 жыл бұрын
jst a You are from Poland? Because Polish is funny for many Slovaks 😆
@jovanangelkovic2053
@jovanangelkovic2053 5 жыл бұрын
As a macedonian i understood 90% of the words,im amazed by how distant we are but our languages are still so close.
@maciejszwarc6905
@maciejszwarc6905 4 жыл бұрын
To prawda taka odległość a polski i macedoncki jest bardzo podobny.
@codet5167
@codet5167 3 жыл бұрын
Too bad there is no Macedonian language,you must be talking Bulgarian
@aleksandarbiorac2756
@aleksandarbiorac2756 3 жыл бұрын
@@codet5167 or Serbian
@ewaj.okorowska2547
@ewaj.okorowska2547 3 жыл бұрын
@@maciejszwarc6905 Macedonczycy naleza do zachodniej grupy Slowian podobnie jak Polacy,tyle ze zapedzili sie az na poludnie
@minaazad2274
@minaazad2274 2 жыл бұрын
I thought Macedonian speak Greek.🤔🥴😂
@bassmanjura
@bassmanjura 5 жыл бұрын
When I was going first time by car through Poland, I was laughing on the signs Pomoc drogowa, which means that there is road emergency service, if you have some problems with your car. But in Slovak it means Drug aid/help, so you are expecting from them to serve you cocaine or so.. :D or maybe help you to get rid of your addiction :)
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 5 жыл бұрын
These words are not different. It's only the most classical difference between Polish and Slovak pronunciation, because Polish "droga" it is Slovak: "dráha", the same like Polish "podłogowa deska" it is Slovak "podlahová doska". Pozdrawiam or pozdravujem from Poland :)
@Cherry_Jelly
@Cherry_Jelly 5 жыл бұрын
When I was in Slovakia I saw "Národné divadlo", every Pole would understand it as "national weirdo/freak" xD
@Pidalin
@Pidalin 5 жыл бұрын
@@Robertoslaw.Iksinski So České Dráhy jsou vlastně České Drogy :-D we have many drugs here
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 5 жыл бұрын
@Ondřej Matějka Drugs or narcotics znamenaji "narkotyki" v oficialni polštině a "dragi" v slangove polštině, zatimco "roads" znamenaji "drogi" v oficialni polštině a "cesty" v slezštině a góralštině, ale jestli jde o vlakove České Dráhy, tak to v Polsku jsou to Polskie Linie Kolejowe :)
@miroslavmicka8681
@miroslavmicka8681 4 жыл бұрын
Dlaczego nie mówicie o "szukani" XD Polské szukać znie ako slovenské šukať ale znamená to hľadať
@martinschulz1778
@martinschulz1778 5 жыл бұрын
I'm Russian and I understood like 80% of the words. Love your channel btw, keep it going!
@Urosh788
@Urosh788 5 жыл бұрын
I am from Serbia and I understood 80% of words too...:)
@rafalslovak8728
@rafalslovak8728 5 жыл бұрын
@@Urosh788 Because Serbian/Polish/Slovakian are slavic languages
@Urosh788
@Urosh788 5 жыл бұрын
@@rafalslovak8728 Yes.:) I know.
@rafalslovak8728
@rafalslovak8728 5 жыл бұрын
@@Urosh788 Good :D
@dialmightyspartangod6717
@dialmightyspartangod6717 5 жыл бұрын
Martin Schulz Because they’re all Slovak languages
@Ankiriko
@Ankiriko 5 жыл бұрын
Hooray! :) Guessed almost everything. Greetings to Poland and Slovakia from Russia :D
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 5 жыл бұрын
Это означает, что у вас есть естественный талант к славянским языкам. Greetings to Russia and Slovakia from Poland :)
@chepushila1
@chepushila1 5 жыл бұрын
Я понимаю Украинский на 95%. Никогда не жил на Украине. Не несите чушь.
@user-pj1cx3ji3v
@user-pj1cx3ji3v 4 жыл бұрын
@Михайло Заклецький типо написал на мове, чтобы другие не поняли?
@berzengi1
@berzengi1 4 жыл бұрын
@Михайло Заклецький я не брехло и понял все, слушаю иногда радио романтика с Украины по инету. 80 процентов если не частить.
@danielsalva7304
@danielsalva7304 5 жыл бұрын
Slováci a Poliaci sú best (Slovakians and Polish people are best) From Slovakia ❤️
@MissSlovakia2
@MissSlovakia2 4 жыл бұрын
Slovak people/Slovaks
@warlataxd0073
@warlataxd0073 4 жыл бұрын
Ja som zo slovenska
@wojtek5596
@wojtek5596 4 жыл бұрын
Dla Polaków język słowacki jest zrozumiały w bezpośredniej rozmowie gdzieś tak w 80-ciu %, następny w kolejności jest zapewne białoruski ;-) W każdym razie Słowak w Polsce i Polak na Słowacji mogą zupełnie swobodnie rozmawiać, bez żadnej nauki języka ;-)
@richardgibczynski2371
@richardgibczynski2371 4 жыл бұрын
Slaveni su najbolji !
@mikoajbojarczuk9395
@mikoajbojarczuk9395 4 жыл бұрын
Ja som Poliak a rád sa učím po slovensky! To je taký pekný jazyk!
@vietducpham2492
@vietducpham2492 5 жыл бұрын
I'm sorry I'm Vietnamese. I was born on 1/2001, but since 7/2007 I have studied Czech, otherwise Vietnamese is my mother language/tongue. So for me, Slovak is 95% understandable, while Polish for me is 63% understandable 😔, but studying west-Slav(ic) languages were a very big obstacle. The Czech language is west-Slav language too. Love all west Slav nations. ❤🇨🇿🇸🇰🇵🇱❤
@whosjozikolnik
@whosjozikolnik 5 жыл бұрын
Man you can't apologize for your nationality. It's awesome that you are from Vietnam! Sending much love from Slovakia! ❤️
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 5 жыл бұрын
@Mateusz In Slovak: Neviem, čo za týždeň vo štvrtok budem jesť na raňajky In Czech: Nevím, co za týden ve čtvrtek budu jíst na snídani In Polish: Nie wiem, co za tydzień w czwartek będę jeść na śniadanie I'm Polish and also i don't know why Poles and Czechs have a problem to understand each others, because Slovak is not always more similar to Polish than Czech. While demonisation of differences in pronunciation is just a "replacement problem" ;)
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 5 жыл бұрын
@Viet Duc Pham If (jestli/jeśli) "floor" tzn. polska "podłoga" je to česko-slovenská "podlaha", tak polska "droga" vždy bude to česko-slovenska "draha" (as "route/line" tzn. "road", as "expensive" and even as "dear" :) While (zatímco/natomiast) in Old Czech (v staročeštině) slovo/słowo "šukat/szukać" mělo/miało podobný význam/podobne znaczenie jako/jak v současné/współczesnej polštině (in contemporary Polish :)
@ClifffSVK
@ClifffSVK 5 жыл бұрын
How did you calculate the exact percentage of intelligibility? BTW, you forgot the Sorbs.
@kabaczek8332
@kabaczek8332 5 жыл бұрын
@@Robertoslaw.Iksinski Your sentences can't be any proof, because it is easy to create a sentence that looks nearly the same but it's also easy to create completely different ones. Also, differences in phonetics and whole language system create obstacles to understand even written language if Slavic person doesn't have any experience with other Slav languages. The fact is that it's much easier to understand other Slavic languages if you know well your own language, especially archaic words, which very often are not that archaic in another language.
@payamabbasi3555
@payamabbasi3555 5 жыл бұрын
Weird not seeing bahador in the middle
@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 5 жыл бұрын
It's different for me as well haha, but I'll be there again for the next one! :)
@JavidShah246
@JavidShah246 5 жыл бұрын
Haha, nice one!ماها عادت داريم به “bahador in the middle”
@maayanhaza6178
@maayanhaza6178 5 жыл бұрын
That's what I was gonna say!
@NeutralDice
@NeutralDice 5 жыл бұрын
Bahador isn't European so he's more relaxed, LAID-BACK in the "European" videos
@miroslavmicka8681
@miroslavmicka8681 4 жыл бұрын
You mean standing "między"
@Slovakia34sss
@Slovakia34sss 5 жыл бұрын
Pozdravujem všetkých Poliakov zo Slovenska :)🇸🇰🇸🇰🇸🇰🇸🇰🇵🇱🇵🇱🇵🇱🇵🇱
@piotrfelix
@piotrfelix 5 жыл бұрын
Ahoj! Pozdrawiamy Słowację!
@Slovakia34sss
@Slovakia34sss 5 жыл бұрын
@@piotrfelix ja pozdravujem teba naspäť :)
@kristinazrubcova6125
@kristinazrubcova6125 5 жыл бұрын
Poliakov. Pól je akurát tak severný alebo južný :D
@Slovakia34sss
@Slovakia34sss 5 жыл бұрын
@@kristinazrubcova6125 jaj dobre ja som zabudol
@ewelinaes8520
@ewelinaes8520 4 жыл бұрын
Pozdrawiam, mam 40 km do granicy, 80 km do Zyliny, 70 do Cadcy :)
@list8961
@list8961 4 жыл бұрын
Greetings from Russia! These two languages are very beautiful and very similar to Russian. Love all slavic brothers and sisters!
@slavic9437
@slavic9437 5 жыл бұрын
Im serbian and understand both of them incredibly well
@timax4114
@timax4114 4 жыл бұрын
no, he wants bambi. Jesam li upravu? :)
@user-cx4dx4sj7l
@user-cx4dx4sj7l 3 жыл бұрын
I am from Belarus, learning Polish, almost everyrhing was clear, our language is very similar to yours!
@ivanhus3852
@ivanhus3852 4 жыл бұрын
I think the Slovak language is the most intelligible of all Slavic languages for all slavs ​​(and even the most beautiful personally) Greetings from Croatia to all my Slavic brothers and sisters Slava Slavenima
@berzengi1
@berzengi1 4 жыл бұрын
для русского наверное, болгарский понятнее.
@miroslavmicka8681
@miroslavmicka8681 4 жыл бұрын
Serbian is said to be the easiest to understand
@richardgibczynski2371
@richardgibczynski2371 4 жыл бұрын
@@miroslavmicka8681 Da, također imam dojam da je srpski jezik mnogo lakši od istočnoslavenskih jezika, ali mnoge su riječi posuđene iz turskog, što otežava razumijevanje s drugim slavenskim jezicima. Mislim da je Hrvat razumljiviji od Srbina, jer vjerujem da je čistiji ako se ne varam...
@srbce8355
@srbce8355 Жыл бұрын
@@richardgibczynski2371 ne varaš se prijatelju, Hrvati imaju mnogo više reči koje se poklapaju sa ostalim slovenima nego li srbi.Srpski jezik ne samo da ima mnogo turcizama, vec i latinizama i englenizama.Hrvati s druge strane mnogo paze na to da im se tuđe reči ne asimiluju u jezik ukoliko nisu slovenskog porekla, pa za mnoge popularne pojmove izmisljaju vlastite slovenske izvedenice pa neke neznalice među nama vole da se sprdaju sa Hrvatima zbog toga.Na kraju krajeva mi srbi i jesmo izveli nas prvi knjizevni jezik kopirajuci Hrvatske srednjovekovne recnike i ostala knjizevna dela, jer pod turcima nismo ni imali pravo da razvijamo svoju kulturnu knjizevnost.Tokom srednjeg veka mi smo se bolje sporazumevali sa Bugarima nego sa Hrvatima.U esenciji srpskohrvatski je ustvari bio hrvatski jezik kojega smo i mi srbi adoptirali i preveli sa ikavsko ijekavskog na ekavski govor
@oroapant
@oroapant 5 жыл бұрын
this slovak girl have a beautiful voice, and even more when she speaks slovak :)
@Pidalin
@Pidalin 5 жыл бұрын
všechny slovenky maj pěknej hlas, to je tim že mluvěj slovensky :-D
@lukasbelan2109
@lukasbelan2109 5 жыл бұрын
Slovensky sú najkrajšie ženy na svete. Krajšie jak Rusky, Nórky a všeličo iné xDDD
@danielt2505
@danielt2505 5 жыл бұрын
@@lukasbelan2109 No, říká se, že Češky a Slovenky, jsme na tom stejně bych řekl. Jen si to vem, nejhezčí holky top 2 národů (ohledně hezkých holek) v jednom - Československo xd
@Pandzikizlasu80
@Pandzikizlasu80 5 жыл бұрын
My friend once went to a women cloaths store in Slovakia and asked what he want's replied: "Szukam żony" the reaction was the most confusing experience in his life. Pol. I'm looking for (my) wife, Slov. I copulate with women. LOL
@LambdaDelta34110
@LambdaDelta34110 5 жыл бұрын
@Kyril J Yes I heard about that we should never say szukać in Czechia and Slovakia because it means something completely different.
@miroslavmicka8681
@miroslavmicka8681 4 жыл бұрын
I am Slovak and my mom once worked on something with a polish guy they talked in Slovak/Polish and they laughed about things like szukać and they went on a lunch and my mom said "dobrú chuť" which literally means "Bon appetit" and the polish guy burst out laughing and my mom was like What's wrong and he explained to her that it has something to do with sex i don't Remember what.
@werthor7083
@werthor7083 4 жыл бұрын
@@miroslavmicka8681 Chuć in polish means something like biological, almost animal desire for sex. Extremely strong desire for copulation. 😁
@iljanikitin975
@iljanikitin975 4 жыл бұрын
I've once asked the workers at the study department of my university to "pošukať" my documents, remembering, that in ukrainian "šukaty" is "to search" too...
@wallacesousuke1433
@wallacesousuke1433 4 жыл бұрын
@@stevekaczynski3793 there's a Portuguese word, "rapariga", in Portugal it means "young woman", whereas in some regions of Brazil it means "whore", "slut"
@prek78
@prek78 5 жыл бұрын
Slovak is also spoken in north of Serbia. And I echo other commentators on how similar words are between Slovak and Serbian (Croatian/Bosnian/Montenegrin), many said in this video are the same, I even understood Linda's sentences. Sending much love to Slovakia and Poland from Serbia
@kajtimirgobec125
@kajtimirgobec125 5 жыл бұрын
Krasna jêzika, zelo podobna Slovenskemu. Pozdrav vsem Polakom in Slovákom iz Slovenije.
@el_jupiterito4832
@el_jupiterito4832 5 жыл бұрын
Hvala in pozdrav iz Poljske :) slovenščina je tudi zelo lep jezik in zato se jo učim :) mene zanima, v slovenščini lahko pišemo "Slovákom", s črto?
@bobanv3589
@bobanv3589 5 жыл бұрын
Pozdravi za obe Slovenske republike, you are the best!
@kajtimirgobec125
@kajtimirgobec125 5 жыл бұрын
@@el_jupiterito4832 Lepo govorite po Slovensko. Drugače pa, da lahko/može. :)
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 5 жыл бұрын
Tudi jaz sem iz Poljske in tudi mislim da slovenska slovenščina iz Slovenije (zo Slovinska) je zelo / veľmi podobná slovenskéj slovenčine zo Slovenska (iz Slovaške :)
@panadolf2691
@panadolf2691 5 жыл бұрын
@@Robertoslaw.Iksinski W Słoweńskim bardzo pięknie zachowała się liczba podwójna co bardzo dobrze widać w powyższym zdaniu :D.
@samuelfedor5722
@samuelfedor5722 5 жыл бұрын
Slovakia , Czech Rep. ,Poland , Ukraine , Russia , Serbia (Chrvatski tože ) i ostanteje #slavicbrothers
@maximgunnarson3291
@maximgunnarson3291 5 жыл бұрын
alibaba sk 🙄😑
@samuelfedor5722
@samuelfedor5722 5 жыл бұрын
@@maximgunnarson3291 ?
@kategoried7501
@kategoried7501 5 жыл бұрын
Horvatia
@antoniczeluskin4136
@antoniczeluskin4136 4 жыл бұрын
Białorus, Makedonia, Bulgaria.
@miniek90
@miniek90 5 жыл бұрын
In Polish próżny is more like vain
@tofikk
@tofikk 4 жыл бұрын
miniek90 exactly. I think it did mean empty in the past as “opróżnić” means to empty sth, but nowadays it’s used only to describe people that are vain
@teitei6134
@teitei6134 5 жыл бұрын
Understood everything, greetings from Czech republic to our slavic brothers and sisters :)
@karloraspovic3702
@karloraspovic3702 5 жыл бұрын
Same like croatian language 😂 love from cro 🇭🇷🇭🇷🇭🇷🇭🇷❤️
@ewelinaes8520
@ewelinaes8520 4 жыл бұрын
Mi volimo Hrvatsku. Pozdrav iz Poljske.
@WMCR2001
@WMCR2001 4 жыл бұрын
What a fun video! I'm American, but my father's mother was Polish and my father's father, Slovak (from Hungary). They used to speak together in their native tongues when they didn't want my uncles or father to know what they were saying. I love hearing you both!!
@borisfujdiar706
@borisfujdiar706 5 жыл бұрын
Slovak gang where you at??🇸🇰🇸🇰🇸🇰
@thesockyouvelost
@thesockyouvelost 5 жыл бұрын
Som tu, len trochu nechápem tým nadávkam...
@yurizhivago4848
@yurizhivago4848 5 жыл бұрын
Great video. My Mom is Slovak and my Dad is Ukrainian. He understands about 90% of what my Grand Parents would speak. Maybe you can compare Slovak and Ukrainian and Polish if you have speakers.
@retkvi
@retkvi 5 жыл бұрын
Or perhaps they can compare ukrainian belarussian and russian language if they are different at all.
@alekshukhevych2644
@alekshukhevych2644 5 жыл бұрын
@@retkvi Ukrainian and Russian r quite different actly..Ukrainian is closer to Serbian then it is to Russian.
@alekshukhevych2644
@alekshukhevych2644 5 жыл бұрын
@Janko Kral Uhh not quite. You can call Ukrainian the Eastern most west slavic language though :)
@alekshukhevych2644
@alekshukhevych2644 5 жыл бұрын
@Janko KralWell yes, Ukrainian is a Slavic language, it borders with Slovaks and Poles, its direct blood brothers. Of course our languages would be similar. Not to mention we are identical ethnically, and share many Slavic tribes, who eitherway came to Poland, SLovakia and Czechia from North-Western Ukraine. Also lexis and phonetics wise Ukrainian is closer to the West Slavic group then it is to Russian. Russians cant rly understand Ukrainian. Pronouncation wise Ukrainian is closer to Serbo-Croatian then any other language...Our pronunciation is hard and we speak as is written. So its a puzzle within its own right. If you would look at this map you will see that strangely Upper-Sorbian has the most similarities to Ukrainian..More then either Polish, Czech or Slovak. THis is a map of grammatical and phonetical features which Ukrainian shares with other Slavic languages. Notice how little it shares with Russian, and how much it shares with Belarusian and Upper-Lower Sorbian...You can translate the text. lvivil.livejournal.com/158731.html
@berzengi1
@berzengi1 4 жыл бұрын
@@alekshukhevych2644 не выдавай желаемое за действительное, не сосед)).
@Moments_In_China
@Moments_In_China 4 жыл бұрын
Amazing, as Russian I can understand most of those words. I never thought that western Slavics are so close to us. Greetings to all Slavic from Russia, Saint-Petersburg
@plantsgrowup
@plantsgrowup 5 жыл бұрын
Best channel on YT. Thank you for your work Bahador, gratitude from Brooklyn! Look forward to a potential video of the similarities between Polish and Persian or Polish and Kurdish :D
@uzetex
@uzetex 5 жыл бұрын
One thought: 206. I've read in one comment on the other channel, that the numbers (and especially this one) sound quite similar in Polish and Persian.
@miroslavmicka8681
@miroslavmicka8681 5 жыл бұрын
I am Slovak and I love polish. If they'd speak a little bit slower I'd understand 90% of it. Also I learned all the polish letters we don't have and it is the most important part. Now when I read something in polish I have to pronounce it and when I hear it it's already similar 7u7
@uzetex
@uzetex 5 жыл бұрын
This is the beauty of our Slavic languages - once you get used to some specific words that you're not using in your native language, you can understand the other one relatively easily. For me (PL) it is quite similar as for you, but I have a feeling I can understand people from Eastern Slovakia (Poprád, Prešov) much better than the ones from Bratislava - maybe it is because of the accent? Sometimes it is really fascinating for me, when you realize how some words were formed in a different way than in your language, however you can understand how it happened - like Russian бесконечный, Slovak nekonečný and Polish nieskończony (infinite, although "niekonieczny" in Polish means "unnecessary" :D) all come from the same root "koniec", meaning "end". Greetings from Poland!
@miroslavmicka8681
@miroslavmicka8681 5 жыл бұрын
They really do put the accent on the penultimate syllable just like it is in polish, russian, and many south slavic languages. We call them "východňiari" and they sometimes use "folk" words. But when I hear these words I usually found a similarity with polish or it´s even a polish word! lol
@marekkomendera8675
@marekkomendera8675 4 жыл бұрын
Bo kiedyś zachodni słowianie byli w jednym państwie tylko góry dzieliły dane plemiona. Co do niemiec w szczególności najciekawsza kolebka słowian :)
@jozefgarab
@jozefgarab 2 жыл бұрын
Nedokončená robota. Dá sa to povedať neskončená robota.
@majstter7420
@majstter7420 Жыл бұрын
Ja som vždy rozumel polštine, lebo som tam od mala občas chodil a mal známych, sem tam sa vyskytlo nejaké slovo ale v zásade nebol problém a nepotreboval som angličtinu ak mi oni rozumeli. Teraz som sa už po polsky naučil aj rozprávať a písať, čiže to ťažko porovnám, ale je to veľmi podobné.
@chunseoc2627
@chunseoc2627 5 жыл бұрын
Awesome and amazing job! I didn't know I would understand some of the Polish words! We need to get this on trends of Slovakia!
@danijelvukadinovic4361
@danijelvukadinovic4361 5 жыл бұрын
Words mouth, knee, wheat, gift, tooth, wise, gold, understand, bread, help, soft ( usta , koleno , psenica , dar , zub , mudri , zlato , razumeti, hleb , pomoc , meki ) are also use in the Serbian language.
@user-mk6pp4xm3o
@user-mk6pp4xm3o 3 жыл бұрын
Так и в русском есть, например "уста" - старая форма, сейчас "губа" или "рот", колено,пшеница,дар,зуб,мудрый,золото,разуметь(понимать, постигать ,иметь ввиду что либо), ну и конечно хлеб, помощь, мягкий. Поздрав србима од руса из Казахстана!
@grazynawolska8160
@grazynawolska8160 5 жыл бұрын
Awesome job Linda! You look so pretty! 💟
@alexandersohn569
@alexandersohn569 5 жыл бұрын
Polish - Slovak - Romanian między - medzi - miez/pl. mieji (something that is in the middle inside) & mijloc (mid+place) dar - dar - dar (gift) pusty - pustý - pustiu (empty place) mak - mak - mac (poppy) kołacz - koláč - colac/pl. colaci (traditional food which is basically a sweet bread having a round shape and a hole in the middle like american donut. We also use this word to describe the shape)
@iljanikitin975
@iljanikitin975 4 жыл бұрын
​@The Slavic World of Weles from Navia romanian language used to contain much more slavic features before the reform in 1861
@dymytryruban4324
@dymytryruban4324 3 жыл бұрын
Slovak: ak. Serbian: ако. Romanian: dacă. Croatian: džaba. Romanian: degeaba.
@frantiska54
@frantiska54 3 жыл бұрын
In Czech we have ÚSTA, KOLENO, MEZI, TÝDEN, DÉŠŤ, PŠENICE, ČEKAT, DAR, ZUB, MOUDRÝ, (PRUŽNÝ, PUSTÝ, PRÁZDNÝ), ZLATO, ROZUMĚT, CHLÉB, POMOC, MĚKKÝ, UBRUS, CENA BYLA PŘÍLIŠ VYSOKÁ, NA PLÁŽI BYLO MNOHO KAMENÍ, RÁDA CHODÍM PO PÍSKU, (ČERSTVÝ CHLÉB, ZÁCLONA).
@Szymek1243
@Szymek1243 5 жыл бұрын
Slovak is slavic esperanto and closest language for Polish speakers ( especcialy eastern slovak dialect ).
@el_jupiterito4832
@el_jupiterito4832 5 жыл бұрын
You may be right, but what about Ukrainian and Belarusian? Don't you think they are easier for Poles to understand? Just wondering ;)
@Szymek1243
@Szymek1243 5 жыл бұрын
@@el_jupiterito4832 Jeżeli chodzi o te języki to również są nam bliskie ale nie tak jak czeski i słowacki. Ukraiński i białoruski należą do rodziny wschodniosłowiańskich języków i są bardziej bliższe rosyjskiemu. Widziałem kiedyś pewną stronę gdzie porównano języki słowiańskie do polskiego i jeżeli dobrze pamiętam to zrozumiałość słów w wybranych językach to: słowacki - ok. 40%, czeski 35%? ukraiński i białoruski 30-35%, dokładnie nie pamiętam ale jest podobnie jak napisałem. Ukraińców słyszę często w mieście i zdarza się coś skumać.
@juniorcrusher2245
@juniorcrusher2245 3 жыл бұрын
@@el_jupiterito4832 Belarussian and Ukrainian are bothe east slavic languages. They are a different group completely while slovaks and poles are alot closer.
@iLolek10
@iLolek10 2 жыл бұрын
Słowacki jest najłatwiejszy w zrozumieniu dla wszystkich Słowian. To że go rozumieją Czesi to normalne. Ale Serbowie, Bułgarzy i Rosjanie mogą go zrozumieć. A z Czeskim mieliby problemy. Chociaż na pozór czeski i słowacki to prawie identyczne języki.
@laszlovondracsek
@laszlovondracsek 5 жыл бұрын
Definitely, these two languages are very-very close! And the Czech language too! Greetings from Romania, where exists an important Czecho-Slovak minority, but Polish also! PS. LIKE for this video!
@GordyjSlavjanin
@GordyjSlavjanin 5 жыл бұрын
Orsova?
@laszlovondracsek
@laszlovondracsek 5 жыл бұрын
@@GordyjSlavjanin Yes, approximately ORSOVA, anyway in Banat region.
@jakubr4634
@jakubr4634 5 жыл бұрын
One of the best episodes ever,! :) As a Slovak it took me some time for my ears to get used to the Polish way of saying similar words but now I can understand it pretty well, I’d say...
@user-oy2sz4he2c
@user-oy2sz4he2c 5 жыл бұрын
Im from Slovakia, nice video. Som zo Slovenska, dobré video.
@atakujcisza7958
@atakujcisza7958 5 жыл бұрын
Wszystkiego najlepszego bracie ze Słowacji.
@xnferno
@xnferno 5 жыл бұрын
I am Czech so I undrestood every Slovak word and almost every Polish word.
@laszlovondracsek
@laszlovondracsek 5 жыл бұрын
Yes, of course, me too!
@vietducpham2492
@vietducpham2492 5 жыл бұрын
Me too./Já také. 95% Slovak and 63% Polish actually.
@xnferno
@xnferno 5 жыл бұрын
@@vietducpham2492 Jak jste to spočítal na procenta? To jste si sepsal všechna slova a poté zjistil kolik z nich umíte? Jelikož to zní absurdně rozumět jazyku na 63%😂😂
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 5 жыл бұрын
@Inferno ! Jsem Polak a taky nevim jak spocitat na procenta synonyma, np. ceske slovo "prazdny", ktere v cestine je casteji poużivane nez slovo "pusty", a polske slovo "pusty", ktere v polstine je casteji poużivane neż slovo "próżny" (tzn. "prazdny" bez demonizaci rozdilu ve vyslovnosti :)
@igpro6440
@igpro6440 4 жыл бұрын
Thank you for video, Bahador and Anita. I'm Russian. I understood almost all of the words Eliza and Linda said. I would like to make some remarks about the words meaning empty. The slovak word prázdny is similar to russian праздный that means idle, empty of work, hence the word праздник (feast). And the polish word próżny is very similar to russian порожний. This is used in rare phrases such as порожний вагон (an empty wagon), so поезд прибыл порожняком (the train arrived empty), and there is a saying переливать из пустого в порожнее (lit. to pour from empty to void, i.e. beat the air). In common language we use the word пустой. The words праздный and порожний are very rarely used in common language and often replaced by the word пустой.
@blinski1
@blinski1 7 ай бұрын
We got the same saying in Polish, 'przelewać z pustego w próżne', meaning using empty word salad to say nothing at all or doing many things without any prospect of obtaining any goal.
@paulwesley27
@paulwesley27 5 жыл бұрын
I’m Bulgarian and I think I got almost all the words. Nice video!
@bobanv3589
@bobanv3589 5 жыл бұрын
Aww, when Linda said she speak Slovak, how cute! Love for Slovakia and Poland
@samuelev6223
@samuelev6223 5 жыл бұрын
Beautiful video 😊 next time video similarities between Danish 🇩🇰 and Swediah 🇸🇪 Please Please 😊
@superspicyspinalfluid6190
@superspicyspinalfluid6190 5 жыл бұрын
i think denmark, sweden, and norway know that their languages are similar. the languages are the same but also not the same
@juliuszarsky9991
@juliuszarsky9991 5 жыл бұрын
Samuele V Are you Sveden ?
@maximgunnarson3291
@maximgunnarson3291 5 жыл бұрын
Samuele V or Norwegian and Danish/Swedish
@superspicyspinalfluid6190
@superspicyspinalfluid6190 5 жыл бұрын
@@maximgunnarson3291 its like comparing croatian bosnian and serbian its pretty much the same with little differences
@maximgunnarson3291
@maximgunnarson3291 5 жыл бұрын
Briccmomo Oh really that similar? Can they speak to each other with their one languages?
@kennedytruong1742
@kennedytruong1742 5 жыл бұрын
Nice work!! Can you do Vietnamese and French Next? 😄
@crediblenews44
@crediblenews44 5 жыл бұрын
Amazing, so beautiful video
@sottilezza
@sottilezza 4 жыл бұрын
Slovak is so beautiful 😍 Sending some Slavic love from Poland!
@markomiljkovic1137
@markomiljkovic1137 5 жыл бұрын
Awesome. I understood all the words.
@gheorghitaalsunculitei9146
@gheorghitaalsunculitei9146 5 жыл бұрын
As a Romanian I understand fewer words from West Slavic languages compare to how many I understand from South Slavic ones. I understand the word dar-which means gift and also pusty and kolac from Slovakian which are pustiu and colaci in Romanian PS: I miss that the preposition''po'' is ''pe'' in Romanian
@lingux_yt
@lingux_yt 5 жыл бұрын
I tried to understand that preposition, but it's very hard! gotta study more 😁
@RussellRJ
@RussellRJ 5 жыл бұрын
It isnt colac and pustny but koláč and pustý in Slovak.
@gheorghitaalsunculitei9146
@gheorghitaalsunculitei9146 5 жыл бұрын
Russell RJ Gaming Sorry I don't speak Slovakian and I don't know how to write it.
@laszlovondracsek
@laszlovondracsek 5 жыл бұрын
@@RussellRJ No, he said that in Romanian language exist COLAC (kolac) and PUSTIU (pusty). Of course, in Romanian there are lots of Slavic words and expressions, not only these-ones...Greetings from Romania where exists an important Czecho-Slovak minority, but Polish too! By the way, here we understand very well each-other not only in Romanian, but speaking our native languages because there are these similarities.
@cacto748
@cacto748 5 жыл бұрын
Sad that they whiped out most of the slavic words from romanian to make it a more romance language
@shawns5599
@shawns5599 5 жыл бұрын
Bahdor Alast you have reached 100K subscribers! I am so happy! :D
@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 5 жыл бұрын
Thank you so much ❤️
@Christofer_P_Der_Scooter_Man
@Christofer_P_Der_Scooter_Man 5 жыл бұрын
Super Filmik, pozdrawiam😁👌👌👌
@christianvujasic8356
@christianvujasic8356 5 жыл бұрын
I’m Croatian and I also understod like 70-80% of words.. we all have Slavic roots.. yeah, we use zlato also when we talk to a someone we love or care about.
@tomicmateja8
@tomicmateja8 5 жыл бұрын
Make a triple language video with 3 people from 3 different slavic groups(1south slav ex.Serbian,1 west slav ex.slovak and 1 eastern ex. russian)
@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 5 жыл бұрын
I'll definitely set it up in the future! Thank you
@user-fh1ut1zy4z
@user-fh1ut1zy4z 5 жыл бұрын
@@BahadorAlast its very easy to understand
@dpokrasko
@dpokrasko 5 жыл бұрын
Maybe it will be even more interesting to hear from the most extreme languages of these groups (smth. like Russian vs Czech or Sorbian vs BCMS or Slovene)
@tomicmateja8
@tomicmateja8 5 жыл бұрын
@@dpokrasko chose the onces i know are the most different to serbian.For example croatian,bulgarian and macedonian are a bit more similair to russian than serbian becouse of the dialect called 'ijekavica' while bulgarian and macedonian are naturaly more like eeastern languages than southern.Also out of the 3 western serbian people understand the polish language the least, but bahador already made a polish-serbian video.So thats why my suggestion is Serbian,Czech/Slovak,russian/ukrainian
@jovanangelkovic2053
@jovanangelkovic2053 5 жыл бұрын
@@BahadorAlast You also said you would set it up in the future when i asked you many months ago. I guess future is a very relative term for everyone LOL
@Cherry_Jelly
@Cherry_Jelly 5 жыл бұрын
It would be funny if you asked about words which are completely different such as "szukać" or "frajer" xD
@ewelinaes8520
@ewelinaes8520 4 жыл бұрын
Oh, yeah.
@miroslavmicka8681
@miroslavmicka8681 4 жыл бұрын
What does frajer mean in polish?
@KeanoMUFC1
@KeanoMUFC1 4 жыл бұрын
@@miroslavmicka8681 basically it means loser, someone naive, sucker
@adamoleksak3528
@adamoleksak3528 4 жыл бұрын
@@KeanoMUFC1no its opposite, it can mean boyfriend or a male person who is cool
@adamoleksak3528
@adamoleksak3528 4 жыл бұрын
@@miroslavmicka8681 this
@MsMadLemon
@MsMadLemon 5 жыл бұрын
8:05 "This is cute" Haha they're both quite sweet :o) One suggestion I have, which would be interesting to see would be Arabic and Maltese, if you can find a Maltese speaker in your area. (Apologies for suggesting here, I'm not on instagram)
@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 5 жыл бұрын
No worries! I definitely plan on it. Just need to find a fluent speaker in Toronto who is interested in participating!
@jammerc64
@jammerc64 5 жыл бұрын
próżny -> empty, vain ;-) and poles do use złotko to call sb in nice way.
@nyo2589
@nyo2589 4 жыл бұрын
jammerc64 4:43 And Slovaks have a name "Zlatko" it has namesday on 12th of July.
@padraigquinn7105
@padraigquinn7105 5 жыл бұрын
wow, a great series but please do Irish and Scottish Gaelic. That would incredibly interesting as they used to be the same.
@trophyleader2325
@trophyleader2325 5 жыл бұрын
Gotta love Polish people 😊. Pozdravujem bratia 👍😄.
@agataostaszewska8412
@agataostaszewska8412 5 жыл бұрын
Pozdrawiamy z Lechii! 😄 👍
@adelkabeniakova3963
@adelkabeniakova3963 5 жыл бұрын
I'm from Slovakia, and I didn't know that we have so much same words with Polish. I know we have similar languages but not so much
@epg96
@epg96 5 жыл бұрын
Next video Indonesian vs Maori Indonesian vs Malagasy Italian vs Turkish Arabic vs Italian German vs Danish German vs Dutch Italian vs Portuguese Hindi vs Thai Mandarin vs Japanese Mandarin vs Korean Cantonese vs Vietnames Hakka vs Vietnamese Hokkien vs Vietnamese
@dialmightyspartangod6717
@dialmightyspartangod6717 5 жыл бұрын
Evan Pangaribuan Italian vs Turkish should be good. But what about Italian vs Greek. You’d be surprised how many words Greek words are in every Romance language
@simonlow0210
@simonlow0210 5 жыл бұрын
Hakka vs Japanese/Korean
@DariaIK
@DariaIK 5 жыл бұрын
Som zo Slovenska a veľmi ma toto video bavilo, pretože v škole sa učím poľštinu. Rozumela som takmer všetko. ♥ I'm from Slovakia and this video was fun to watch. I'm learning Polish at school and I've understood almost everything. ♥
@juliuszarsky9991
@juliuszarsky9991 5 жыл бұрын
Dária Denkujem
@jacek222245
@jacek222245 5 жыл бұрын
" I'm learning Polish at school" really? In polish school?
@shawns5599
@shawns5599 5 жыл бұрын
What I am doing here? Your channel is addicting... I should be doing my homework and preparing for my final exams... But I am here watching these videos and reading the comments! lol ;)
@kurcafcst774
@kurcafcst774 2 жыл бұрын
Thanks from Slovakia, I like to try speak Polish when I meet some :) Mozna sie jednego dnia nauczym dobrze mowic po polsku :)🇸🇰❤️🇵🇱
@verygood578
@verygood578 5 жыл бұрын
M from India nd I really love your channel 😘😘
@pavl0s725
@pavl0s725 5 жыл бұрын
In CZECH : Mouth - Ústa Knee - Koleno Between - Mezi Week - Týden Rain - Déšť Wheat - Pšenice Wait - Čekat Tooth - Zub Clever - Moudrý Empty - Prázdný Gold - Zlato Understand - Rozumět Bread - Chléb Help - Pomoc Soft - Měkký Price - Cena Stone - Kámen Sand - Písek
@kubaj361
@kubaj361 5 жыл бұрын
Pięknie 😅
@vietducpham2492
@vietducpham2492 5 жыл бұрын
Je to tak. Už 10 let mám ČJ v hlavě!
@vietducpham2492
@vietducpham2492 5 жыл бұрын
@@kubaj361 Dziękuję bardzo!
@giorgitunadze-katamadze9578
@giorgitunadze-katamadze9578 5 жыл бұрын
In russian : Mouth - Rot ( Usta - is old word) Knee - Koleno Between - Mezhdu Week - Nedelya Rain - Dozhd' Wheat - Pshenica Wait - Zhdat' Tooth - Zub Clever - Umnyy (Mudryy in russian means - wise) Gold - Zoloto Understand - Ponimat' Bread - Khleb Help - Pomosh' Soft- Myagkiy Price - Cena Stone - Kamen' Sand - Pesok :)
@vietducpham2492
@vietducpham2492 5 жыл бұрын
@@giorgitunadze-katamadze9578 Thanks 4 translation. I want to learn your native language even if I'm from Vietnam. Спасибо за перевод. Я хочу выучить ваш родной язык, даже если я из Вьетнама!
@OK-ur2wy
@OK-ur2wy 5 жыл бұрын
Where are you mate, you alright? Thanks very much for the video, as always very educating. Best regards,
@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 5 жыл бұрын
Thank you!! I was behind the camera for this one, I'll definitely be back in front for the next one!
@OK-ur2wy
@OK-ur2wy 5 жыл бұрын
@@BahadorAlast Look forwards to that Bahador, sincere best regards to you and the family
@baveshero8559
@baveshero8559 5 жыл бұрын
Good job bro😉😉
@nerf.zombiemikula1394
@nerf.zombiemikula1394 5 жыл бұрын
in slovak you also can use "zlato" like this: "Ty si taký zlatý" translation: You are so cute.
@rafalslovak8728
@rafalslovak8728 5 жыл бұрын
@Ryba Ano maš pravdu
@peniseusgiganticus9558
@peniseusgiganticus9558 5 жыл бұрын
nerf.zombie Mikula is that related to Zlatan?
@vietducpham2492
@vietducpham2492 5 жыл бұрын
Čeština to taky používá, jestli to tady mám sdělit, ať to není jen o Polštině a Slovenštině.
@user-fu3pp8ol7i
@user-fu3pp8ol7i 5 жыл бұрын
@Antonio Vichev согласен :-) I bet this word have only in russian and bulgarian
@user-fu3pp8ol7i
@user-fu3pp8ol7i 5 жыл бұрын
In russian you say "Ty majo zoloto/ mojo zolotce" as well. But if you want to say "u are so cute", it will like "Ty takoi milyi ili ty takaja milaja". Also we have word "snosno" =)
@giugnka
@giugnka 5 жыл бұрын
Ахах)) черствый хлеб у них реально значит свежий?)) Интересно) Обожаю этот канал!
@user-fu3pp8ol7i
@user-fu3pp8ol7i 5 жыл бұрын
Только в польском языке. В чешском и словацком языках наоборот. В плане грамматики, польский язык больше всего похож на русский.
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 5 жыл бұрын
И польский диван менее удобен чем русский диван, потому что польский диван это русский ковёр, но только польский ковёр вкусный, потому что польский ковёр это русская осетровая икра :D
@user-tk2jy8xr8b
@user-tk2jy8xr8b 3 жыл бұрын
@@user-fu3pp8ol7i наоборот же, в Чешском и Словацков это "свежий". А ещё овоце - это фрукты, позор - внимание, вонявки - духи
@illillyillyo
@illillyillyo 4 жыл бұрын
I loved this video! I speak Russian and can understand some Ukrainian, and I understood every word in this video, except for one or two. So fun!!!
@Anastasia-xl8xn
@Anastasia-xl8xn 5 жыл бұрын
damn, slovak sounds so much alike to russian
@pitur5492
@pitur5492 5 жыл бұрын
Slovak is so much more soft and mild compared to russian. Czech and Slovak are smoothest languages in slavic family for me. Like danish in germanic languages or italian in latin languages.
@Mrkva22296
@Mrkva22296 5 жыл бұрын
doesnt work the opposite way :) we dont understand that much russian without studying it
@maximgunnarson3291
@maximgunnarson3291 5 жыл бұрын
Pitur Czech is not soft lol🤣 we have everywhere Ř so😅
@Pidalin
@Pidalin 5 жыл бұрын
@@pitur5492 Slovak is very soft, Czech and Polish not too soft, Slovak sounds absolutely inique in slavic languages
@ElegantNoise_
@ElegantNoise_ 5 жыл бұрын
It's actually good :D (I am Slovak btw) Edit: We have more Similiar language with Czech Republic
@baveshero8559
@baveshero8559 5 жыл бұрын
Congratulations 100k subscribes 😎😎😎
@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 5 жыл бұрын
Thank you!! ❤️
@mikemancuso2526
@mikemancuso2526 4 жыл бұрын
One of my polish aunt wed a Slovak and is living in Slovakia. Pozdrowienia z Kanada
@valeriytroshin
@valeriytroshin 4 жыл бұрын
Hello to all Slavic brothers and sisters!
@JaroTomik
@JaroTomik 5 жыл бұрын
To straszne, że Polka i SŁowaczka dogadują się między sobą po angielsku...
@flapperf4237
@flapperf4237 5 жыл бұрын
Thankyou Bahador for leaving the background alone! lol btw, where is Shahrzad? we miss her :)
@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 5 жыл бұрын
She's a busy mother these days, but she'll be back soon! :)
@emiliadombek2680
@emiliadombek2680 4 жыл бұрын
Siema Eliza natrafiłam na to przypadkiem, świat jest mały pozdrawiam serdecznie 🙂
@pjaro77
@pjaro77 4 жыл бұрын
Slovak speaker usually understand Polish language and vice versa. They meet themselves often when hiking f.e. in Tatras mountains.
@nymph7312
@nymph7312 5 жыл бұрын
Heeey! I missed you! I want you in front of the camera! ❤ from Greece!
@BahadorAlast
@BahadorAlast 5 жыл бұрын
Hey! Thank you :) I will be back in front of the camera for future videos!
@user-zz8ll5ry7r
@user-zz8ll5ry7r 5 жыл бұрын
@@BahadorAlast Greetings from Greece, too
@albaniashqiperia2702
@albaniashqiperia2702 5 жыл бұрын
@@user-zz8ll5ry7r GREECE IS TURKEY. CYPRUS IS TURKEY.
@user-zz8ll5ry7r
@user-zz8ll5ry7r 5 жыл бұрын
@@albaniashqiperia2702Is this a "flaming" bait? Not for me, by the way. You may go and bother someone else...
@SKIRRIX
@SKIRRIX 5 жыл бұрын
@@user-zz8ll5ry7r Hey, i'm half Norwegian and half Romanian and i've always wanted to know how are Romanians, the latin/white Romanians are viewed by Greeks? Greece is my favorite country of all time, the alphabet, the language the culture absleutley everything about is awesome. Yasas from Norway👍
@Xguy890
@Xguy890 5 жыл бұрын
this video helps everybody to realize that languages almost close languages
@glebkhrapov6197
@glebkhrapov6197 5 жыл бұрын
i'm belarusian who live in Russia and i really understand all these words Jeszcze Polska nie zginela(don't have the right letters)
@panadolf2691
@panadolf2691 5 жыл бұрын
Жыве Беларусь!
@Terrus_38
@Terrus_38 5 жыл бұрын
Belarusians are our friends! Greetings from Poland! Мы, беларусы - мірныя людзі...
@Terrus_38
@Terrus_38 5 жыл бұрын
The Slavic World of Weles from Navia Yes, Slavs are friends, maybe politics, Russian in the past, Ukrainian in the past, but though we are friends!
@amadeuszwronski3571
@amadeuszwronski3571 4 жыл бұрын
Жыве Беларусь!
@Nightmareinfos
@Nightmareinfos 4 жыл бұрын
I am from Ukraine and as for me, Slovak is almost the same as Ukrainian, when Polish is very similar also, but not so hard. From other side, Polish speech and sounds phonetically more similar to Ukrainian/Russian, when Slovak is more English-like. However maybe how it sounds depends from persons, not from language. Btw, slovak girl is very beautiful :D
@SladkaPritomnost
@SladkaPritomnost 4 жыл бұрын
Typical Slovak (standard as written form) kzbin.info/www/bejne/r3vMqIyGqM-qo7M Weather forecast from Orava region (Northern-Central Slovakia)
@u_usta_te_kuchiki_ebali
@u_usta_te_kuchiki_ebali 5 жыл бұрын
Im from serbia and I understand slovak very well. I can bairly understand polish
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski
@Robertoslaw.Iksinski 5 жыл бұрын
Differences between Polish and Slovak are much smaller than Serbian demonisation of Polish ortography, grammar and pronunciation :) I send greetings from Poland (in Serbian: Šaljem pozdrave iz Poljske, in Slovak: Posielam pozdravy z Poľska, in Polish: Posyłam (or) przesyłam (or) ślę pozdrowienia z Polski :)
@simplychannel6557
@simplychannel6557 4 жыл бұрын
strange. As Russian native speaker I understand 90% both of them
@eddytheman1384
@eddytheman1384 5 жыл бұрын
thanks good job girls ! I'm Slovak and my wife is Polish so it's a fun :-)
@michaelhudecek2778
@michaelhudecek2778 4 жыл бұрын
I like this a lot!!!
@neckbreaker094
@neckbreaker094 4 жыл бұрын
I love Slovak language. It sounds to my ear (I'm from Poland) like mix between Czech and Polish but much more softer than them combined. PS słowaczka jest słodka, zwłaszcza gdy sie śmieje jak w 7:50 :D
@NN-qv7if
@NN-qv7if 4 жыл бұрын
I easily understand many Slovak word. They more clear and extremely similar to Croatian (like po pijesku, pes/pas, psiček/psić, zub/zub tooth) The polish tooth was easy with the written word :)
@NN-qv7if
@NN-qv7if 4 жыл бұрын
*words. *they sound... grammar fails :):)
@panadolf2691
@panadolf2691 5 жыл бұрын
pružný - literally prężny :D prázdny - próżny As i see, most difficult for Pole was words which lost nasality in slovak like mäkký - miękki, między - medzi, ząb -zub. Or words which in polish are with "przegłos lechicki" like piasek - slovak piesok. Is always thanks for the episode it was fun to watch, i understand everything because slovak is probably the closest language for polish :D. And some words like czerstwy in old polish also meaned fresh.
@pitur5492
@pitur5492 Жыл бұрын
czech and slovak languages never have nasal vovels as far as i know
@panadolf2691
@panadolf2691 Жыл бұрын
@@pitur5492 In midde ages (old czech/slovak) they had because they were in protoslavic.
@pitur5492
@pitur5492 Жыл бұрын
@@panadolf2691 are there any existing texts from those years with nasal letters ?
@panadolf2691
@panadolf2691 Жыл бұрын
@@pitur5492 Yes, for example: kzbin.info/www/bejne/jZutiGCkm9OLnM0
@GenghisAttenborough
@GenghisAttenborough 5 жыл бұрын
Oh that is great!
@ripperopz7569
@ripperopz7569 5 жыл бұрын
Next: Czech and Slovak Polish and croatian Russian and Bulgarian
@ripperopz7569
@ripperopz7569 5 жыл бұрын
@Ryba Actually I know that, since their countries have been divided, they have some problems understanding each other, also the two languages are not exactly the same.
@VolivovejVolej
@VolivovejVolej 5 жыл бұрын
@@ripperopz7569 Czechs and Slovaks having trouble understanding one another is a myth… we talk and understand each other without difficulties and even keep a high-level awareness of the differences. So, a "Similarities between Czech and Slovak" video wouldn't really make much sense, at all.
@kategoried7501
@kategoried7501 5 жыл бұрын
polish and croatian or croatian and bulgarian would be awesome
@ripperopz7569
@ripperopz7569 5 жыл бұрын
@@kategoried7501 Yeah they have a lot of similarties. Are you italian?
@rdtgr8
@rdtgr8 5 жыл бұрын
Croatian and Ukrainian (basically the same language in its core level)
@rachelarubin1026
@rachelarubin1026 5 жыл бұрын
this Polish girl is translating some words wrong (into English). Also she is not noticing the most obvious similarities, eg. meki, it's really obvious, same as miękki.
@rodrykbyk
@rodrykbyk 5 жыл бұрын
i thought it is word męki (torment)
@SladkaPritomnost
@SladkaPritomnost 4 жыл бұрын
we write it mäkký should be pronounced maekkyy ;) take care!
@joelniv6718
@joelniv6718 5 жыл бұрын
Thanks for the Slavic video Bahador you forgot 3 things in the video: Background light, yourself and Betka.
@bugz7149
@bugz7149 4 жыл бұрын
Remarkable similarity of great number of words, a lot would be understood in slovenia croatia and serbia, slovenian is different than croat/serb (the latter two are the same), for example in slovenia we have kruh for bread, but we can say hlebček sometimes, in croatia they say kruh, in serbian they can have it both kruh and hleb, but they mostly say hleb in serbia
@viper6741
@viper6741 5 жыл бұрын
Didn't expect to understand all sentenses while beeing russian speaker and knowing ukrainian.
@rafalslovak8728
@rafalslovak8728 5 жыл бұрын
POLISH AND RUSSIAN ARE SLAVIC LANGUAGES
@rafalslovak8728
@rafalslovak8728 5 жыл бұрын
@Ryba Wiem później zdałem sobie z tego sprawę 🤔🤔🤔
@pitur5492
@pitur5492 5 жыл бұрын
Yea but in real world i cannot understand russian at all when two persons speak, and cannot read literally ANYTHING in cirilic.
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