View single video - Polish with Ania #11 - Imperfect/Perfect forms of verbs
This movie explains the aspect as a grammatical category of a verb. In the Polish language the aspect expresses some properties of an action or event (e.g. being finished, being repetitive, being imperfective, being habitual etc.). Five stages of the Polish aspectual system (the so called links) are distinguished, and then the possible changes in meaning are presented, which are introduced when different prefixes are added.Don't forget to turn on English or Polish subtitles if you need them.
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(It is only in English, but she uses the whiteboard well so you can follow allong even if you don't understand everything she is actually saying!)
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