This page contains a table including the following: Polish Adjectives and adverbs. Try to memorize the way they're used because they're very important in communication, and might be very helpful to convey your most important expressions. Make sure to check our Learn Polish page, which contains several lessons that might help you in your learning process.
Adjectives in Polish as well as in Englsih are words whose main role is to modify a noun or pronoun, giving more information about the noun or pronoun's definition. Some examples are: That is a green tree. I met a very old man.
The most important thing about Polish adjectives is that they may be different for each form: I, You, He, She, It, We, You (p). E.g. In English you have:
In Polish, however, the forms differ: (wysoki = tall)
Adjectives in Polish should be placed before nouns, if you do otherwise it will sound awkward. Finally don’t worry about the forms too much... even if you don’t use them correctly you should still be understood.
|English Adjectives||Polish Adjectives|
|That is a tall building||To jest wysoki budynek|
|I met a very old man||Spotkałem bardzo starego człowieka|
|The old red building is here||Ten stary (old) czerwony (red) budynek jest tutaj|
|That's a very nice dress||To jest bardzo ładny strój|
Here are some examples in the table below:
|Adjective (gender/ number)||Polski Adjectives|
|She is a tall woman||Ona jest wysoką kobietą|
|He is a tall man||On jest wysokim mężczyzną|
|They are tall women||One są wysokimi kobietami|
|They are tall men||Oni są wysokimi mężczyznami|
Below is a vocabulary training for adjectives in Polish (Polski), try to memorize the adjectives below, because they’re very important.
I hope the content of this page was useful to you, and that you learned some Polish Adjectives (Polski). Try to memorize them to be able to use them in your daily conversation. Make sure to check our Learn Polish page, which contains several lessons that might help you in your learning process.