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Polish language

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Polish
language The Polish language belongs to the West-Slavic group of the Indo-European languages together with Czech and Slovak. The total number of speakers worldwide is about 48 million
(30 million inhabitants + 18 emigrants).

The first complete sentence in modern Polish spelling dates back to XI century and was recorded in the" Book of Henrykow", which described the everyday life at that time.

A husband says to his working wife:
Daj, ać ja pobruszę, a ty poczywaj. You rest, and I will grind. DIALECTS

There are only a few dialects that differ from the standard Polish language.
the dialects of Silesia, spoken in the Silesia region west of Katowice
and Podhale (highlander's dialect).
Kashubian - a separate language used by the inhabitants living west of Gdansk near the Baltic Sea.

january,styczeń - stëcznik
february,luty - gromicznik
march, marzec - strumiannik
april,kwiecień - łżëkwiôt
may, maj - môj
june,czerwiec - czerwińc
july,lipiec - lëpińc
august,sierpień - zélnik... GRAMMAR

The Polish language uses the Latin alphabet as in English.

POlish Alfabet includes 32 letter:
A,Ą,B,C,Ć,D,E,Ę,F,G,H,I,J,K,L, Ł,M,N,Ń,O, Ó,P,R,S,Ś,T,U,W,Y,Z,ź,Ż.

SZ, CZ, DŹ, DŻ,RZ, CH
dżdżownica- earthworm, trzmiel-bumblebee,szczęka - jaw Dzień dobry - good day
Dobry wieczór - good evening
Dobranoc - good night
Cześć - hi / hello
Do widzenia- good bye
Proszę - please
Dziekuję - thank you
Dzieki- thanks (less formal)
Przepraszam - I'm sorry / excuse me
Tak - yes
Nie - no Polish Tongue - twister

W Szczebrzeszynie chrząszcz brzmi w trzcinie
I Szczebrzeszyn z tego słynie.
Wół go pyta: ”Panie chrząszczu,
Po co pan tak brzęczy w gąszczu?”
”Jak to – po co? To jest praca,
Każda praca się opłaca.”

”A cóż za to Pan dostaje?”
”Też pytanie! Wszystkie gaje,
Wszystkie trzciny po wsze czasy,
Łąki, pola oraz lasy,
Nawet rzeczki, nawet zdroje,
Wszystko to jest właśnie moje!”

- Jan Brzechwa ”CHRZĄSZCZ” In the town of Szczebrzeszyn a beetle buzzes in the reeds,
And Szczebrzeszyn is famous for it.
An ox asks him: “Mister beetle,
What are you buzzing for in the bushes?”.. Jerzy nie wierzy, że na wierzy jest gniazdo jeży.
George doesn’t believe that there is an hedgehog’s nest on the tower.

Drabina z powyłamywanymi szczeblami.
Ladder with broken steps.

Jola lojalna, nielojalna Jola.
Loyal Jola, disloyal Jola.

Król Karol kupił Królowej Karolinie korale Korolu koralowego.
Kind Carol bought coral coloured beads form queen Caroline.

Cieszę się, że się cieszysz.
I am happy that you are happy.
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