This page contains a table including the following: Polish/ Polski Prepositions and linking expressions. 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.
A preposition links nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence. A preposition usually indicates the temporal, spatial or logical relationship of its object to the rest of the sentence as in the example in the table below.
|English Prepositions||Polish Prepositions|
|The keyboard is on the desk||Klawiatura jest na biurku|
|The carpet is under the table||Dywan jest pod stołem|
|The tree is in front of the building||Drzewo jest naprzeciwko budynku|
|The child is hiding behind his mother||Dziecko chowa się za swoją mamą|
The most common prepositions are: after (po), at (na), before (przed), between (między), under (pod), on (na), in (w), out (poza), behind (za) … (for a longer list, see the table at the bottom of this page).
Here are some examples of demonstrative prepositions in the table below, note that just like in English, they're used very often in Polish:
Below is some vocabulary training for prepositions in Polish (Polski), try to memorize the prepositions below, because they’re very important and used daily.
|Because of||Z powodu|
|In front of||Na przeciwko|
|On top of||Na górze|
I hope the content of this page was useful to you, and that you learned some Polish Prepositions. Make sure to memorize them to be able to use them in your daily conversation. Also, check out our Learn Polish page, which contains several lessons that might help you in your learning process.