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  1. Tigro
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    500 years of waiting. 12000 miles travelled. 230000 lines of code written. 5000 1TB hard drives used. 300 (SPARTAAANS!) cities visited. One person.

    You're spectating a historical event! You'll tell about it to your children, they'll to their children and even children o their children will tell their children about it! Here! Now! I have a pleasure to announce

    WALLPAPER
    What About LLearning Polish lAnguage with Personal nativE speakeR?

    As you should know, "Knowledge is key to a success" - I, as a native speaker of Polish language, am going to give you interesting knowledge - I'll try to teach you Polish! Language, which was used for many hundred years, by great poets, kings, scientists and ordinary people.

    Then, I decided to try to teach you this beautiful (but, not hide it, hard to learn) language. Think about these hot chicks around you, when you say "Cze??" instead of "Hi"! About these gangsta-wannabes trying to hide from you, when you say "Nie wkurzajcie mnie!" instead of "Don't piss me off!". About these full of fear Persians escaping from the battleground when you scream "Przygotujcie si? na chwa??!" to your soldiers instead of "Prepare for glory!". Think about all these profits!

    This homebrew, as it's 0.1 version, will learn you basics of Polish - next will make you P0l15h-14ngu4g3-1337. Don't waste your time - begin your journey with Polish!

    Technical stuff
    Version: 0.1
    Content: Very nice
    Navigating:
    - Stylus in menus
    - D-pad in lessons
    - L button - previous lesson
    - R button - next lesson
    - B button - go the previous screen
    Installation: nothing hard - just unpack the WALLPAPER.rar and copy WALLPAPER.nds (slot-1 carts) or WALLPAPER.sc.nds/WALLPAPER.ds.gba (slot-2 carts) to your flashcart - no more files! Everything in one, full ambient!

    Look, what famous people said about WALLPAPER:
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    DOWNLOAD!
     


  2. archipel

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    It looks awesome but what is it?
     
  3. Mazor

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    An application for learning Polish.
     
  4. Minox

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    Too bad that I'm busy learning Japanese atm otherwise I would try it out.
     
  5. archipel

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    I've tried, it's hard to be polite
     
  6. Tigro
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    What do you mean, archipel?
     
  7. archipel

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    It's seems to be hard to learn the polite language althrough this homebrew try to make it easier.
     
  8. ShiningSaber

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    I think he means its hard to learn the polish language. [​IMG]
     
  9. Tigro
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    archipel - as ShinignSaber wrote, I think you meant "Polish" language [​IMG] However, when you are at a certain level, further learning is just pure fun [​IMG]
     
  10. Mohammad

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    lol unless it's teaching curse words [​IMG]
     
  11. ShiningSaber

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    I think I might try this. One problem though, I'm currently in a Spanish 2 class. Is Polish alot like spanish 2, to where I'll get them mixed up, or will I pretty much be OK learning them both? [​IMG]
     
  12. Tigro
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    Honestly, I have never learned Spanish, so I don't know if these languages are something similar. Try the homebrew yourself and see how does the similarity of both languages look like [​IMG]
     
  13. jabjab

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    I guess this doesn't have sound bites for the pronounciations?
    That is one of the hard parts as there are so many consonants strung together.

    Cześć... saying cuzesc as it sort of looks isn't going to impress anyone. iirc its more like chesht.
     
  14. laminaatplaat

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    dwa piwo, dzièkujè (or something like that )


    I think I would manage [​IMG]
     
  15. Tigro
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    There is no "è" in Polish - we have "?" [​IMG] And the sentence you wrote (btw, quite incorrect - "dwa piwa, dzi?kuj?", because when you use "dwa", you have to use other case what changes "piwo" to "piwa" [​IMG]) means "Two beers, thank you" [​IMG] If you want to order two beers, "Poprosz? dwa piwa" is what you would like to use [​IMG]
     
  16. JPdensetsu

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    Another language: polish [​IMG]
    Japanese is better and easier to learn [​IMG]
     
  17. Tigro
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    ... NOT! [​IMG]
     
  18. jabjab

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    ok good to know [​IMG] pronunciation seems really hard for polish and is perhaps key to learning.
    eg as appeared already in the thread, "dzi?kuj?" ... i think its almost the same as the english 'thank you' ~denkyou or so. Not d'zeekoojay as it may look.

    any tools like these for other languages that anyone knows of?
     
  19. Tigro
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    Of course, pronunciation in Polish may be hard at first sight, but, believe me, it's nothing when compared to grammar [​IMG]
     
  20. kazuki_pl

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    lol i think im gonna polish my polish xD