Nowy Czas

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Friday 19 September 2008 11.31am
I do not speak the language that Nowy Czas magazine (the free newspaper in the free newspaper bins outside southwark station) is written in (I think it might be Polish) but I am keen to know what Nowy Czas means and how to pronounce it. Can anyone help? Thanks.
Friday 19 September 2008 12.34pm
Yes, it's Polish. It means "New Time".
Friday 19 September 2008 1.40pm
I would say it's kind of pronounced a bit like this:

Nowy - Norvwee ('Nor' as in north, 'vwee' as in the letter V but with a w, but a soft almost unpronounced w)

Czas - kind of like a soft 'chass'
Friday 19 September 2008 2.00pm
Spot on.
Friday 19 September 2008 2.10pm
So it doesn't mean: "It's nearly time to make cider with the SE1 cidernauts. Don't miss this great opportunity to make some friends and some cider. Check out the informative threads in Chatter and SE1 Socials", then?

...if you press it, they will come.
Friday 19 September 2008 2.37pm
Nie wierzę w to.
Monday 22 September 2008 3.24pm
apparently not Ivanhoe - but good try!
Monday 22 September 2008 3.46pm
Ah well. Languages have never been a strong point of mine.

Cider, on the other hand....

...if you press it, they will come.
Monday 22 September 2008 5.35pm
I hadn't realised until now how mangled my Polish had got as I transferred it from Word, where I have Polish characters, to here!
Tuesday 23 September 2008 11.18am
i feel informed.
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