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This Day in Trek

Star Trek Motion Picture Films

Star Trek: The Motion Picture - December 6, 1979

Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan - June 4, 1982

Star Trek: The Search for Spock - June 1, 1984

Star Trek: The Voyage Home - November 20, 1986

Star Trek: The Final Frontier  - June 9, 1989

Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country - December 6, 1991

Star Trek: Generations - November 18, 1994

Star Trek: First Contact - November 22, 1996

Star Trek: Insurrection - December 11, 1998

Star Trek: Nemesis - December 13, 2002

Star Trek (2009) - May 7, 2009

Star Trek Into Darkness - May 15, 2013

Star Trek Beyond - July 22, 2016

aquamanisnotuseless  asked:

For the language thing: "space" "the" "final" "frontier"

okay first of all i love you

that being said

  • “space” - “kosmos”
  • “the” - hohoho surprise surprise we don’t have such a thing as “the” in Polish; the dictionaries always translate is as “indefinite article, it is not possible to translate it into Polish”
  • “final” - “ostateczny” or “końcowy” or “nieodwołalny” or something else entirely, it depends on the context; like, you’d use “końcowy” when you’d be talking about an exam, “nieodwołalny” with, maybe, a decision, when it’s irreversible, and “ostateczny” with, idk, let’s say, the intro to star trek
  • “frontier” - “granica”

the whole thing can be translated as “KOSMOS, OSTATECZNA GRANICA” with the continuation: “OTO PODRÓŻE STATKU KOSMICZNEGO ENTERPRISE. JEGO PIĘCIOLETNIA MISJIA: BADAĆ DZIWNE NOWE ŚWIATY, SZUKAĆ NOWEGO ŻYCIA I NOWYCH CYWILIZACJI, ŚMIAŁO ZMIERZAĆ TAM, GDZIE NIE DOTARŁ JESZCZE ŻADEN CZŁOWIEK” da da dadadadaaaaa

okay you might have noticed that i said you could use “ostateczny” in the star trek intro, but i used “ostateczna”. this is because nouns and adjectives in Polish have a gender: they’re masculine, feminine or neuter. “granica” is feminine and so the adjective that describes it has to be feminine as well. thus, “ostateczna”. you see, in Polish, almost every feminine noun/adjective has the “a” ending. that is, in the nominative case. because we have seven cases.

isn’t Polish awesome (yes it is)

I was tagged by @kosciuszkovevo earlier this month, so here we go.

RELATIONSHIP STATUS: engaged.

FAVORITE COLOR: blue, green, brown

LIPSTICK OR CHAPSTICK: chapstick

LAST SONG I LISTENED TO: “Virtual Insanity” by Jamiroquai

LAST MOVIE I WATCHED: … I honestly don’t remember.

TOP 3 FICTIONAL CHARACTERS: Elizabeth Bennet, Atticus Finch, Fitzchivalry Farseer

TOP 3 SHIPS: Lafayette/Adrienne, Philippe Le Bas/Elisabeth Duplay, Saint-Just/Robespierre

BOOKS YOU’RE READING: “War on the Run: The Epic Story of Robert Rogers and the Conquest of America’s First Frontier” by John F. Ross. Despite the 18th-century-worthy title, this book is utterly terrible and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. In fact, I have no idea why I am still toiling with it, but it has never taken me this long to read a book in my entire life.

I’m supposed to tag 9 other people, but I hate tagging so whoever would like to answer this meme is welcome to do it. :D