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Polish Language Resources

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This Polish language page is presented as an additional supplement for Linguistic Anthropology General Resources.


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Basic Phrases and Pronunciation Guide __ Basic phrases along with their pronunciation plus charts, guides and links to learning software. - From Claremont Unified School District - . 

English Polish Dictionary __ This is a small online dictionary. Type in the word and the translation will be provided for you. - From Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza im. Stanis?awa Staszica w Krakowie - 

Ethnologue report for Polish __ An overview of the main language of Poland. - From - 

GoPoland: the Language __ A good collection of essential Polish words and phrases, with pronunciation tips, especially pronunciation tips. From -  

Learn the Polish language online __ "This site is for those who would like to learn the most basic Polish before visiting Poland." - from Unknown -


Learning: Polish Language - ATPC __  You will find resources for a basic understanding of the Polish Language. - From -


Overview of the Polish Language to Help You Learn Polish __ "The Polish language (along with Slovak and Czech) belongs to the West Slavic group of the Slavic subfamily of Indo-European languages. Linguists believe that the Slavic languages have retained the features of the original Proto-Indo-European language to a much greater degree than have the Germanic and Romance languages." History, linguistic information and links. - from - 



Polish alphabet and pronunciation __ "Polish is a Western Slavonic language with about 40 million speakers in Poland, Lithuania and Belarus. There are also fairly large communities of Polish émigrés in the UK, USA and Canada. Polish is closely related to Kashubian, Lower Sorbian, Upper Sorbian, Czech and Slovak." Good overview and additional resources. - From - 

Polish language __ "Since 1945, as a result of the mass education and mass migrations that affected several countries (particularly Poland), standard Polish has become far more homogeneous, although regional dialects persist, especially in the south in the mountaineous areas bordering the Czech and Slovak Republics. In the western and northern regions that were largely resettled by Poles from the territories annexed by the Soviet Union, the older generation speaks a dialect of Polish characteristic of the former eastern provinces." You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - from wikipedia -


Polish Language __ A general overview plus some phrases. - From -  

Polish language __ An overview plus links. - From -


Polish language learning games __ You will find fun online games for learning Polish for learners at different stages and levels. - From -


Polish Language Study Abroad Programs in Poland __ Directory Polish language study abroad programs in Poland. - From -   


Polish Tongue Twisters __ Thirty-six Polish tongue twisters. An English translation of each one is provided. - From Michael Reck - __ Free online Polish-English/English-Polish dictionary and phrase translator. - From - 

Take a Polish Profiency Test to Evaluate Your Polish Language Skills __ "This Polish Proficiency Test from Transparent Language can help you evaluate your Polish language skills, including your knowledge of Polish grammar, Polish vocabulary, and Polish spelling. You will have to translate Polish sentences, read Polish passages, and answer questions." - From - 

Univ. of Pittsburgh: Polish Language Website __ Online lessons, resources and more. - From University of Pittsburgh - 



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