The Polish preposition W followed by the locative
The Polish preposition w
when followed by the locative case is translated by in
The locative is the most complicated of all the Polish cases, and is used when describing location.
The endings of the locative at first appear to be almost random, and the best way to become comfortable with using this case is by ear and through examples. The rules are too complicated to memorise and use.
|Kiedy ostatni raz byłeś w kinie? ||When was the last time you went to the cinema |
|Mój przyjaciel mieszka w Niemczech ||My friend lives in Germany |
|Mieszkam w Rzymie ||I live in Rome |
|Mieszkam w Londynie ||I live in London |
|Mieszkam w Krakowie ||I live in Krakow |
|Jestem w parku ||I am at the park |
|Jestem w banku ||I am at the bank |
|Jestem w sklepie ||I am at the shop |
|Jestem w domu ||I am at home |
|Jestem w pracy ||I am at work |
|Jestem w teatrze ||I am at the theatre |