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*"rano"- 5 - 11 a.m. **12 - "w poudnie" - at noon, "w nocy" - at night, "wieczorem" 7-10 o'clock p.m. * (but you can also say "rano" from 1-11 a.m). **or just "o pónocy" - at midnight (it's not dwunasta o pónocy, it's just "pónoc" or "o pónocy") but do'n learn this now.
Monday poniedziaek. Tuesday wtorek. Wednesday roda. Thursday czwartek. Friday pitek. Saturday sobota. Sunday niedziela. January stycze / stycznia.
0 zero. 1 jeden. 2 dwa. 3 trzy. 4 cztery. 5 pi 6 sze 7 siedem.
January - stycznia. February - lutego. March - marca. April - kwietnia. May - maja. June - czerwca. July - lipca. August - sierpnia.
Write dates in the European style: DD Month YYYY, writing the full name of the month and the full the year (1845, not '45). You can also use numbers (01-12) to specify months. For example, April 7, 1890 should be written as 7 kwietnia 1890 or 07.04.1890.
The day-month-year order has been increasing in usage since the early 1980s. The year-month-day order, such as the ISO 8601 "YYYY-MM-DD" notation is popular in computer applications because it reduces the amount of code needed to resolve and compute dates.
The international format defined by ISO (ISO 8601) tries to address all these problems by defining a numerical date system as follows: YYYY - MM - DD where. YYYY is the year [all the digits, i.e. 2012] MM is the month [01 (January) to 12 (December)]
Acronym. Definition. MM/DD/YYYY. Two-Digit Month/Two-Digit Day/Four-Digit Year (e.g. 01/01/2000)
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