Polish morphology

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The morphology of the Polish language is characterised by a fairly regular system of inflection (conjugation and declension) as well as word formation.wikipedia
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Polish grammar

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For information on meanings and usage, see Pronouns in the article on Polish grammar.
For full information on the declension of the above pronouns, see Pronouns in the article on Polish morphology.

Morphology (linguistics)

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The morphology of the Polish language is characterised by a fairly regular system of inflection (conjugation and declension) as well as word formation.

Polish language

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The morphology of the Polish language is characterised by a fairly regular system of inflection (conjugation and declension) as well as word formation.

Inflection

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The morphology of the Polish language is characterised by a fairly regular system of inflection (conjugation and declension) as well as word formation.

Word formation

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The morphology of the Polish language is characterised by a fairly regular system of inflection (conjugation and declension) as well as word formation.

Alternation (linguistics)

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Certain regular or common alternations apply across the Polish morphological system, affecting word formation and inflection of various parts of speech.

Polish orthography

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These are described below, mostly with reference to the orthographic rather than the phonological system, for clarity.

Polish phonology

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These are described below, mostly with reference to the orthographic rather than the phonological system, for clarity.

Declension

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Declensions are generally divided into hard and soft declensions.

Voivodeships of Poland

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Certain neuter nouns, mostly place names such as Zakopane and voivodeship names such as Wielkopolskie when used alone as nouns, follow the adjectival declension but take -em rather than -ym in the instrumental and locative.

Greater Poland Voivodeship

Greater PolandWielkopolskieGreater Poland Voivodship
Certain neuter nouns, mostly place names such as Zakopane and voivodeship names such as Wielkopolskie when used alone as nouns, follow the adjectival declension but take -em rather than -ym in the instrumental and locative.

Tadeusz Kościuszko

KościuszkoTadeusz KosciuszkoThaddeus Kosciuszko
The same applies to male personal names in -o (as Kościuszko; also tato "dad"), although familiar first name forms like Franio follow the masculine declension throughout.

Reflexive pronoun

reflexiveHimselfHerself
Reflexive pronoun: G/A się (this is a clitic, the emphatic form is siebie), D/L sobie, I sobą.

Clitic

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Reflexive pronoun: G/A się (this is a clitic, the emphatic form is siebie), D/L sobie, I sobą.

Possessive determiner

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Possessives: mój, twój, nasz, wasz are declined like adjectives (moja, moje etc.), as are swój and pański.

Demonstrative

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Demonstrative: ten, declined like an adjective (tego, etc., feminine ta etc.), except that the neuter N/A is to and the feminine accusative is tę (colloquially also tą).

Interrogative word

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Interrogative pronouns: kto, G/A kogo, D komu, I/L kim; and co, G czego, D czemu, A co, I/L czym.

Relative pronoun

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The relative pronoun który (also an interrogative pronoun and adjective) is also declined like an adjective, as are każdy and żaden (każda, żadna, etc.)