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Polish language and culture in a nutshell – a lexicon of cultural connotation: C – Constitution

The 3 of May is a national holiday in Poland. It is a celebration of the anniversary of the proclamation of the constitution in 1791. It was the first constitution in Europe, the second one in the world – after … Czytaj dalej

Opublikowano Inne | 86 komentarzy

Polish language and culture in a nutshell – a lexicon of cultural connotation

A – alphabet In contrary to the most Slavic languages (East and South), Poland use the Latin alphabet – introduced together with Christianity in 966, when Polish prince Mieszko got married to a Czech princesses Dąbrawa. Receiving Christianity from the Czech … Czytaj dalej

Opublikowano Cultural diversity, Inne, Linguistic diversity, Polish Tradition | Otagowano , , , | 33 komentarzy

Linguistic diversity in Europe

The European Day of Languages was the celebration of linguistic diversity.  Why? As a first -  to remind the  Europeans that there are about  225 spoken indigenous languages in Europe. As a second – to make us aware that in … Czytaj dalej

Opublikowano Inne | Otagowano , , , , , | 204 komentarzy

Contract abroad – adventure or hell?

Most people would say they love travelling. Those who can effort it, spend holidays abroad.  They come back home refreshed, with new ideas, observations and hundreds of pictures with the unique places they visited.  The experience of tasting the local … Czytaj dalej

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Do the expats speak Polish?

Why are the foreigners living in Poland often afraid of learning Polish?  There are several myths about Polish. The first one says that it is one of the most difficult languages.  Polish is nearly on the top of the list; … Czytaj dalej

Opublikowano Inne | Otagowano , , , | 92 komentarzy

Academia Polonica on YT

Academia Polonica first presentation: How do you like it?

Opublikowano Inne | 6 komentarzy

„Stranger in the town….”

„Stranger in the town…” – I do understand this feeling. I experienced it during my first trip abroad.  The first western European country I have visited was the UK.  Despite having English lessons beforehand, I was shocked at the airport, … Czytaj dalej

Opublikowano Inne | 31 komentarzy