POLSKA JĘZYK POLSKI POLAND POLISH LANGUAGE
A VERY SHORT INTRODUCTION:
The Polish language is mostly spoken in Poland (98.6% of inhabitants of Poland use Polish as their first language). However, Polish language is also spoken in other countries such as Belarus, Lithuania, USA, UK! According the recent news (The Guardian, Spring 2013) Polish language is second largest spoken language in UK as a result of recent migrating influx.
Learning language is always a challenge but a very rewarding challenge, so even though you probably heard that Polish is a difficult language, do not preocupy yourself too much about it. Nevertheless, it is useful to know few facts about Why Polish seems to be difficult?
· Has 3 genders (masculine feminine and neuter). In plural it changes into two categories: masculine personal and non-masculine
· Has 7 cases for nouns and adjectives
· Has a pretty complicated system of conjugation (taking into account gender, person, mood, time – there is about 25 form for every vern)
· Has aspects
But Polish language can also be seen as easy since it has:
· No articles
· No word order
· Only three tenses: present, past and future (gramatically speaking)
· Phonetic alphabet
· Lots of Latin roots (see the Polish and Romanian Bridge page)
Polish is a Slavonic Language so if you know one of the languages mentioned in the below table you know a lot of Polish as we