Speaker identification thesis

I am a native English speaker and live in a town in England that has a lot of Polish people resident; historically from post WWII and also new immigrants. I had not thought of trying to speak any Polish until I found out my new neighbours are Polish. I spent some time last year learning Latin. If you look at the explanations of cases for Latin and how Latin works the grammar seems very similar – except Latin does not use the locative case much but do use the vocative. What do Polish speakers use instead of the vocative (you say it is uncommon)?

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Speaker identification thesis

speaker identification thesis

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