Learning Polish is not an easy task, especially if you don’t come from a Slavic background. Yet with some tips and tricks, as well as a lot of hard work - you too can become a Polish speaker. Read on to discover more about the Polish language and how to get accustomed to it!
You’ve come across our first article on Polish swear words, and you’re wondering… how can you enrich my pool of Polish swear words - even more? We got you!Read on to discover even more Polish curse words!
Terms for Poles - Polak and Polack, are derogatory terms to some Polish Americans. Meanwhile in Poland - being a Polak is something to be proud of. How can one word have such different meanings? Read on to find out!
One of our most frequently asked questions is, "how do you say I love you in Polish! Do you want to know how to say how are you in Polish? Or, I love you in Polish? Read on to learn these important, basic Polish terms and more!
The article title caught you didn't it? You are not alone! It's one of the things were asked most frequently. So we decided to cover the Polish Swear Words topic in a lighthearted but informative manner. When learning a new language such as Polish, there is a taboo set of basics everyone is interested to know - and those are the swear words. Let’s not be shy. Keep reading to learn how to swear in Polish! (We won't tell!)
Learning how to count in Polish is something you will definitely need if you’re visiting this beautiful country. As Polish numbers are not the easiest to pronounce, let’s get straight to counting in Polish!
Polish families stick together. If you live in Poland, you will most likely see your whole family a few times a year (if not a month), during important holidays. And if you’re lucky - your great grandparents will be there.
If you are of Polish descent, you probably know how to say brotherand sister in Polish. And if you have Polish relatives, or close Polish friends, learning how to say those two words will come in more handy than you can imagine!
Learning how to say hello and goodbye are the essence of getting to know any language. It shows other members of the culture that you care about showing your respect to them. So if you’re visiting Poland or Polish friends anytime soon - let’s learn the basic greetings!
The Polish language belongs to a group of Slavic languages. Those languages generally are very similar. But there is some difference. Want to know how old the Polish language is? Check out our Polish language article to learn more!