this was addressed to Sebastian him to ask his grandparents about possible links with Jan Soja.
Polish is not an easy language, but you should manage. these dayse young Poles speak forign
languages. my daughter to my amasing mastered read and write on her own.
there is books with audiotapes in libraries, phrase booklettes, you name it
--- concernedconnecticutresident <amkar@...
> wrote: > Tomek, Stefan or anyone, please
translate Tomek's message to English for me. Thanks.
> Barb R.
> PS: Is there any easy way to learn Polish quickly? We hope to visit Poland in September and
> it's not going to be funny trying to communicate with family I never met before! Are there
> translators for hire there? I thought I had one going with us but he backed out. We'll be
> going from Warsaw to Elk where my uncle lives, which is in the northeast. Then off to Lithuania
> where we'll have no problem since Vyto is fluent in Lithuanian.
> Thanks again.
> --- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, tomasz iwanowski <iwanowski2@y...> wrote:
> > Note: forwarded message attached.
> > Bastek,
> > zapytaj ojca i babcie, czy sa jakies zwiazki z Janem Soja.
> > Tomek
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