Polish is the official language of Poland. It is also used as a second language in some parts of Lithuania, Belarus, Russia, Ukraine and kazakhstan. The Polish language belongs to the West-Slavic group of the Indo-European languages. Polish shares some latin grammar and vocabulary. Languages in Motion offers high quality translations and interpretation from Polish to English and from English to Polish, as well as many other Polish language combinations.
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Brief History of the Polish Language:
Polish is the official language of Poland, which has about 40 million speakers mainly in Poland. The Polish language stands out from other Slavic languages due to the fact that it is based on a modified Latin alphabet, rather than the Cyrillic alphabet. It’s estimated that Polish has around 200,000 words, which is quite a lot compared to English. Around one quarter of these words are still directly related in sound and pronunciation to their old Slavic originals, while as many as one third are foreign adoptions in some form.