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The Polish Language:

Language Overview: Polish is the national language of Poland. Polish has a classification of Indo-European, Slavic, West, and Lechitic.

Regions Spoken: Polish is also spoken in Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Canada, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Russia (Europe), Slovakia, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, and USA.

Population: The population of Polish speakers in Poland, as of 1986, is 36,554,000. The total population of all Polish speakers is 42,708,133 (which means that 6,154,133 people speak Polish in other countries).

Alternate Name: Some other names for the Polish language are Polski, Polnisch.

Dialects: The dialect for Polish is Upper Silesian.

Brief History: The Polish language is the national language of Poland. The Polish language was used in the bible from 1561-1965. The people who speak Polish tend to be of the Christian and/or Muslim religion/faith.




Polish facts...


Polish is the official language of Poland, which has a population of 39 million people.

There are big Polish-speaking communities in Argentina, Australia, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Lithuania, the UK, the Ukraine, the US and Russia (among many other countries).