How to say, "I'm lost."
To say, "I'm lost": yea-stem zah-goo-byo-ny. Yea-stem zah-goo-byo-ny. So it breaks down to two words: yea-stem. Yea-stem. Second word is: zah-goo-byo-ny. Zah-goo-byo-ny. Zah-goo-byo-ny. Yeastem zahgoobyony. Go ahead. Tell me that you're lost. I believe you. That was great.
To say, "I am an American citizen": yea-stem American-ski oh-by-vaa-tell. Yea-stem American-ski oh-by-vaa-tell. So it's three words. They break down like this: yea-stem. Yea-stem. American-ski. The 'n' makes a [inaudible 00:01:03] sound. So American-ski. Oh-by-vaa-tell. 'W's in Polish sound like 'V's. So oh-by-vaa-tell. Yea-stem American-ski oh-by-vaa-tell. In the full speed: yeastem Americanski ohbyvaatell. Now tell me you are an American citizen. Great. I believe you. Nice job.
To say," Please call the American embassy": pro-sheii za-dzvo-niche doe ahm-bass-ady Amerycahn-skj-yeay. Pro-sheii. The 's' 'c' makes a 'sh' sound and then the 'e' with an accent is an [inaudible 00:02:05]. Pro-sheii za-dzvo-niche. The 'c' with an accent is a [inaudible 00:02:14]. Za-dzvo-niche. Doe ahm-bass-ady. Ahm-bass-ady. And then: Amerycahn-skj-yeay. The 'n' with the line accent is a [inaudible 00:02:34]. Amerycahn-skj-yeay. Amerycahn-skj-yeay. So altogether, pro-sheii za-dzvo-niche doe ahm-bass-ady Amerycahn-skj-yeay. And at full speed it should sound like this: prosheii zadzvoniche doe ahmbassady Amerycahnskjyeay. Now, I'm confident in you. Go ahead, give it a try. That sounded great. Good job.
And that's how you say: "I'm lost."