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Asking for Directions in Polish

Jak mogę dostać się na ...? 'How do I get to ...' is the example in the phrases. It is useful for various reasons, but is not the easiest way to ask for directions (see below).

Simple Directions in Polish

The simplest way to ask how to get somewhere is Gdzie jest...? 'Where is ..?' followed by the location (in the appropriate case).

In these examples, following Gdzie jest...?, the Nominative Case is used. This is straight-forward, as words are listed in dictionaries in the Nominative.

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