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61 [sixty-one]

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Ordinal numbers

61 [sześćdziesiąt jeden]


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The first month is January. Pi------ m------ t- s------. Pierwszy miesiąc to styczeń. 0 +
The second month is February. Dr--- m------ t- l---. Drugi miesiąc to luty. 0 +
The third month is March. Tr---- m------ t- m-----. Trzeci miesiąc to marzec. 0 +
The fourth month is April. Cz----- m------ t- k-------. Czwarty miesiąc to kwiecień. 0 +
The fifth month is May. Pi--- m------ t- m--. Piąty miesiąc to maj. 0 +
The sixth month is June. Sz---- m------ t- c-------. Szósty miesiąc to czerwiec. 0 +
Six months make half a year. Sz--- m------- t- p-- r---. Sześć miesięcy to pół roku. 0 +
January, February, March, St------ l---- m-----, Styczeń, luty, marzec, 0 +
April, May and June. kw------ m-- i c-------. kwiecień maj i czerwiec. 0 +
The seventh month is July. Si---- m------ t- l-----. Siódmy miesiąc to lipiec. 0 +
The eighth month is August. Ós-- m------ t- s-------. Ósmy miesiąc to sierpień. 0 +
The ninth month is September. Dz------- m------ t- w-------. Dziewiąty miesiąc to wrzesień. 0 +
The tenth month is October. Dz------- m------ t- p----------. Dziesiąty miesiąc to październik. 0 +
The eleventh month is November. Je------- m------ t- l-------. Jedenasty miesiąc to listopad. 0 +
The twelfth month is December. Dw------ m------ t- g-------. Dwunasty miesiąc to grudzień. 0 +
Twelve months make a year. Dw------- m------- t- r--. Dwanaście miesięcy to rok. 0 +
July, August, September, Li----- s-------- w-------, Lipiec, sierpień, wrzesień, 0 +
October, November and December. pa---------- l------- i g-------. październik, listopad i grudzień. 0 +

The native language is always the most important language

Our native language is the first language we learn. This happens automatically, so we don't notice it. Most people only have one native language. All other languages are studied as foreign languages. Of course there are also people who grow up with multiple languages. However, they typically speak these languages with differing levels of fluency. Often, the languages are also used differently. One language is used at work, for example. The other is used at home. How well we speak a language is dependent on multiple factors. When we learn it as small children, we typically learn it very well. Our speech center works most effectively in these years of life. How often we speak a language is also important. The more often we use it, the better we speak it. But researchers believe a person can never speak two languages equally well. One language is always the more important language. Experiments seem to confirm this hypothesis. Various people were tested in one study. Half of the test subjects spoke two languages fluently. Chinese was the native language and English the second. The other half of the subjects only spoke English as their native language. The test subjects had to solve simple tasks in English. While doing so, the activity of their brains was measured. And differences appeared in the brains of the test subjects! In the multilingual individuals, one region of the brain was especially active. The monolingual individuals, on the other hand, showed no activity in this region. Both groups solved the tasks equally fast and well. Despite this, the Chinese still translated everything into their native language…