Home and Furniture – Basic Polish Vocabulary

5  1    65 tarjetas    VocApp
descargar mp3 imprimir jugar test de práctica
 
término
definición

balkon

swimming pool
empezar lección
basen


office building
empezar lección
biurowiec

semi-detached house
empezar lección
bliźniak

block of flats
empezar lección
blok

budynek

chatka

czajnik



one story house
empezar lección
dom parterowy

detached house
empezar lección
dom wolnostojący


fotel

gabinet

dining room
empezar lección
jadalnia

bachelor pad
empezar lección
kawalerka

kominek


krzesło

kuchenka

kuchnia

lodówka

lustro

łazienka


meble

mieszkanie

mikrofalówka

na dole

na górze

odkurzacz

ogród


housing estate
empezar lección
osiedle

piekarnik

piwnica

poduszka


child's room
empezar lección
pokój dziecięcy

półka

washing machine
empezar lección
pralka

prysznic

przedpokój

regał na książki

living room
empezar lección
salon



sypialnia

szafa

bedside cabinet
empezar lección
szafka nocna

szafki kuchenne

terraced house
empezar lección
szeregowiec

tapeta

television set
empezar lección
telewizor

toster

umywalka

wanna

tower block
empezar lección
wieżowiec

zasłony


zmywarka

żelazko

home and furniture
empezar lección
dom i meble

Whether it's food to live, clothes to keep warm, a souvenir, or a furniture to decorate, there's good reason why being able to buy things in any language is one of the most sought-after skills amongst learners. Asking for something, how much things cost, whether something is available, or where you can get things if it isn’t, are useful for obvious reasons, so here we will look at some essential Polish vocabulary about Home and Furniture and various ways to express these in Basic polish language. As in English there are a variety of ways to ask for something in a shop - from the mildly curious, to the particular, from the super polite, to the curt and brusque. It's worth getting to grips with different ways to say them as each has its own level of appropriateness to different shopping situations. The furniture in a home is like the meat and potatoes of a meal. Our furniture takes up most of the space and helps make your home feel lived in, welcoming and complete. When choosing furniture for your living and dining room, it’s important to pick timeless, functional pieces that fit your space and budget! Choose from contemporary and modern, traditional or a bit of both in a unique eclectic mix – there are no rules, so don’t be afraid to get creative and buy furniture you love. Shopping furniture at the Polish stores can be confusing…or not? Don’t fear! Let’s look at the Bedroom furniture vocabulary and some phrases that will help you purchase home furniture at the polish store!

Debes iniciar sesión para poder comentar.