Polish is a Slavic language which is primarily spoken in the country of Poland, which is the only country where Polish has official status. With about 60 million speakers Polish is actually the second most spoken Slavic language after Russian. Unlike Russian though, Polish doesn't use the Cyrillic alphabet and instead uses a modified form of the Latin alphabet, which excludes some letters and adds others. Despite the fact that modern day Poland was often under the influence of more powerful rulers who spoke different languages it is an achievement that Polish has survived as intact as it has. With the economic growth of Poland in the recent years you can expect the language to gain some more commercial influence in Europe and abroad.
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Po polsku po Polsce is a language resource financed by the Polish Ministry of Foreign affairs but is associated with Jagiellonian University, which is the oldest university in Poland.
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First woman to win a Nobel Prize and the first person to win two Nobel Prizes.
Marxist activist in early 20th century Europe
Won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1924
Won the 1905 Nobel Prize in Literature
Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof
Mr. Zamenhof created Esperanto.
Won the 1996 Nobel Prize in Literature
Won the Nobel Prize in Literature 1980