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Learn to speak Polish

 

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Why is Polish an important language to learn?

Folk costumes, pierogis, Polka music, and Polish beer might be enough for you to decide to visit the intriguing country of Poland.  However, most travelers will choose to visit for the picturesque views, the tragic history, the living museums, and the fresh air that can be found in both the cities and out in the country.  And yes, the food is always the main draw, whether you are searching for regional specialties filled with pork, duck, cabbage, and mushrooms, or you are looking for the sweeter apple strudels, cream cakes, and fruit filled dumplings.  Almost thirty-nine million people speak Polish in Poland, but people can also be heard speaking it in parts of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Belarus, Ukraine, and Lithuania.  Therefore, you can easily find a native Polish speaker just about anywhere that you go nowadays.  This is one of the most difficult languages to learn and yet it is still one that people are encouraged to learn most often.  The good news is that once you learn how to speak Polish, you can easily learn languages like Czech, Slovak, Ukrainian, and Belarusian.  As you learn Polish, you will find yourself intrigued by the history that goes with it and before you realize it, you will be scouring the internet, or the country, trying to learn as much as you can about the locals, their cultures, and their traditions.