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Polish Language and Culture

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The Polish language is an official language of the European Union. It's native only to its original country - Poland but spoken by more than 40 million people all over the world. Ask about Polish language and culture in this category.

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to live and to love
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They came by ship in the 17th century.
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The Polish-Ukrainian War of 1918 and 1919 was a conflict between the forces of the Second Polish Republic and West Ukrainian People's Republic for the control over Eastern Galicia after the dissolution of Austria-Hungary.
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The Coronal Polishing Certificate is an Optional Certificate for Dental Assistants. The Dental Practice Act regulates all dental auxiliaries who take x-rays, monitor the administration of Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Inhalation Conscious Sedation, apply Pit and Fissure Sealants and perform Coronal Polishing…
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Anioł is a Polish equivalent of 'angel'. An equivalent for 'little angel' is 'aniołek'.
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Musze byc glupi is correct but: bycie glupim it depends on where you put the word Are you Polish ??
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Polish and polish are homonyms--words that have the same spelling but different meanings.
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Bill the Goat is the mascot for the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. He is typically polished by the young cadets at the academy.
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It's most popular Polish alcoholic drink.
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If what you're asking is how long can a Polish immigrant stay for in the UK, the answer is: infinitely. Both the countries are in the EU and EU nationals can visit and stay in each other's countries without limits. If an EU immigrant, including Poles, were to live in the UK long enough (a few years)…
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Hitler hated the Polish because they were a very strong resistance to him and his Master Plan. The Polish are known for their courage and strong patriotism, something that Hitler viewed as a big obstacle to his plan of creating a Germanized world (and thus erasing Polish culture and tradition). Even…
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Dzieki Dziekuje Dzienks
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Answer The meaning of the world kuchenka is cooker/stove, the word kuchka doesn't exist. I heard a word once that sounded like this mysterious 'kuchka' but I am sure it wasn't a Polish word. I would rather go with Czech or Ukrainian.
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The Polish last name Kordus comes from the Polish word for sword 'kord.' This name may also be used as a nickname.
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Polish is a great language to learn, if you want to learn quickly, pick up a C.D. for only $25 and it teaches you, you can learn Polish!! also you can watch dvds, check out Dino Lingo Polish for kids language DVDs, they are also good for adults too.
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Cze's'c or Witaj or simply heyIf spoken via telephone: "Halo" If said in the sence of "hi!" - "cześć"
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It had a dual function: it was a concentration and extermination camp. The first means that the inmates were forced to work (often to death), the latter means that parts of it were built to kill the Jews (gas chambers, crematoria). It was also the place where medical experiments were carried out on …
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Yes, there are. See the related link for information.
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a Polish is a Pole, or someone from Poland. unless you were talking about polish as in nail polish. then it is just paint i think.
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Poland.
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It's not so much that the Nazi's hated the Polish people as they were making land grabs for areas of Germany that were separated from their home territories by Polish territory (these German territories and cities also had naval facilities which the Germans needed for their future war aims) Additio…
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Polish people perform many of the same activities that Americans do such as laundry and going to the movies. One activity Polish people do on Sunday is go to church and rest.
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sad because there leaving behind some of there relatives, but excited to see the new world in the United States
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Kocham Cię (Pronounced koham cheoom)
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it is called duckling gosh it's so easy
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Answer siemieniuk, en español se pronuncia tal cual se escribe.
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Tonald Dusk
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The same way as with the rest of America. We have Christmas lights, trees, and presents. We basically just cut out the yule log and many of us don't have the traditional turkey dinner.
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I think you mean: do mojego g maila.If yes then it means : to my g-mail.
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Canada is a country where most of the population are followers of the Christian faith. Christmas in Canada is celebrated by holidays from work, attending church services, decorations in homes and public buildings and the exchange of gifts.
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John Paul II was the first Polish pope.
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the have fun with each otherand help out around the house
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"Niech Was Bóg błogosławi." Or Cie instead of Was, if that's to one person.
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1.) Czech, Jak sie masz? (pronunciation: Cheh-shch, yahk shye mash?) English: Hi, how are you?2.) Jak masz na imie? (pronunciation: Yak mash na im yeh?) English: What is your name?3.) Gdzie jest tazienka? (pronunciation: G-jeh yest wah-zhen-kah?) English: Where is the bathroom?and that's all i can t…
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The commercial side of Christmas is noticed here. You can see Christmas lights in some cities and towns. They play a lot of popular Christmas music songs. Christmas Cake is very important in Japan. Some people know it is a Christian festival, but they do not know much about it (the religious sid…
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We usually say "Wesołych Świąt" but this may also refer to any holidays and/or festive days / festivals, like New Year, Easter, Constitution Day etc, as it means "Merry/Happy Festive/Holy Days". If you want to be more precise, you'd say "Wesołych Świąt Bożego Narodzenia"
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When I was in Japan, I was told by my daughter's sewing lady, they don't celebrate Christmas. They are buddists; not Christians.
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Szczęśliwe święta(holidays) (or) wakacje(summer vacations). - Indicative. Wesołych świąt! - Imperative.
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A polish military aide during the American Revolution was Thaddeus Kosciusko. He helped the Americans by supervising as forts were built and fortified.
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"W imię Ojca i Syna i Ducha Świętego. Amen."
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'with' is generally 'z' in Polish but it can have other translations depending on the meaning intended in English.
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Segregated Jewish areas in Polish cities were called Ghettos.Hope this helps :)
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You should not to use sandpaper on a headlight to remove yellow, white or brown oxidation. If you do you will ruin the Ultra Violet (UV) protective coating. A new headlight that has yellowed with naturally occurring oxidation can be restored to crystal clarity without the use of abrasives. Once y…
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My wife is Polish, so I'm learning from her. I've learned a little, so take this with a grain of salt, but I think it is: Ty Jesteś ładna (pronounced: te yestesh wadna) This is when talking to a girl. To say it to a guy is different (and less useful ;) ) Ty Jesteś ładny (pronounced: te yest…
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Mostly Roman Catholic. that's wrong im polish and are re;ligon is mosltely christian we r just like u guyz we dress the saME BUT WE DONT HAVE ENY RULES LIKE 2 DONT WEAR STUFF roman catholic are cristians durr !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! who cares the polish birds are fit!!!! if you are a fit polish girl c…
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Many have arrived by boat or ship, but others were able to catch a flight.
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I wouldn't say that's a good idea. You should focus on using something that will not damage wood. Car polish may end up damaging your guitar. ANSWER In general the answer above is 100% correct. Also I have heard that you shouldn't use furniture polish either. Why? I don't know but I don't. But …
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Yes, you can. Car polish works very well on a hard lacquered finish like a good guitar.
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When a duck is a baby, it is called a duckling.
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spoczywaj w pokoju [spochyvay v pokoyoo]
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Polish, Russian and Czech are all examples of the Slavic language group, which is a subgroup of Indo-European languages. The Slavic languages are the most widely spoken language subgroups in Europe, with 315 million people speaking some form of it.
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The flag is divided horizontally into two. The top half is white and the bottom half is red.
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Jak się masz? Co tam? Jak tam?
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Same reason as everyone else probably. The polish came to America for reasons like Some immigrants left to escape conscription, others left to seek better opportunities in America, and some fled from religious persecution.
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hmm... it's hard to say, it's sounds to me like a word dupa(bum) , but I'm not so sure..
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Yes, they have. Poles' children have to complete at least TWO schools: Primary School (6 grades) for kids at the age of 6.Secondary School (3 grades) for kids who complete all 6 grades of Primary School.Secondary School should also be called "High School (Tier 1)".Persons who complete its grades ar…
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A dance (noun) - taniec, plural: tance to dance (verb) - tanczyc Example: Would you like to dance with me? - Czy zechcialbys(male)/zechcialabys(female) ze mna zatanczyc?
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every day 2. a good beeswax polish once a week is good and smells great.
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In the late 19th century, many Polish people immigrated to the United States and settled in large cities. Many of them worked in factories.
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Some famous people from Poland include Izabella Scorupco and Krzysztof Kieslowski, as well as Hanna Schygulla. Also on the list are Kasia Smutniak and Olga Sosnovska.
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Siostra
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I you wanna say it pleasantly you should say :Piękna dziewczyna or śliczna dziewczyna You can say 'laska' BUT it's not always perceived positively, it's rather used in teenage slang and some girls don't like it.
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adolf Hitler reborn
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Polska or Rzeczpospolita Polska no its dameomatatidos
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put a polish sausage in a oven for 10 to 50 mins
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There's no typical "Polish Day".May 3rd is Polish Constitution Day butNovember 11th is Polish Independence Day
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No, it's not necessery.
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Polskie Linie Lotnicze LOT S.A or just short "LOT"
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'granmother' is Polish means 'babcia'.
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by a boat
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Yes, she was. She was born in Warsaw, Poland.
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Dziecko przychodzi na świat z potrzebą miłości i nigdy z niej nie wyrasta. Dzieci to apostołowie Pana - codziennie posyłane by uczyć miłości, nadziei i pokoju.
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Two important traditions are throwing rice at the newly wedded couple when they are leaving the church and eating bread with salt at the beginning of the party. Hope I helped.
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The polish flag stand for ;; Upper -white is the color of the eagle-mean-peace and honesty Lower ;-red -is the color of the crest -mean hardiness,strenght&valour.
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Cześć is the equivalent of hi (it sounds like cheshch). Cześć is the most common one. Cześć, Siema, Yo, Hej, Hey, Joł, Dobry, Dzień dobry
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Bread, eggs, sausages, fruits, corn flakes etc. It depends, whatever they like.
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yes in 1245 subotaikhan tuhan mirza married baranowski of poland thus uniting their name of tuhan-mirza-baranowski
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Here are the rules of a card game known as "Polish poker"--or so it is known among those who have taught it to me. This is not the drinking game of the same name. Nor is it really a poker game. So I'm not even sure "Polish poker" is the correct name for it. If anyone knows the correct name, please /…
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Hey Jacob! Its LydiaxxxMwah Love oo ^^ you pronounc it jakub
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Kocham Cięif you need pronunciation its pronounced: Ya-co-hum-chev-ye
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Jak Leci, which means What's up?
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jhkhkhjkuiku
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Good bye in the Polish language is: Do widzenia.
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1 milion documented
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Feast of Greenery.
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Bóg z Tobą (singular)Bóg z Wami (plural)
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Music shops all tend to have guitar specific polishers that you can purchase. It all depends on the finish that your guitar may have, some are very sensitive to certain chemicals, you should always check with your local shop for help on the matter. If all else fails, a damp cloth will give a tempora…
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it was the closest country they could take over and it was going through a depression so they had basically no military so the just surrenderd
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Głupi [ˈgwupʲi]
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"Szczęśliwej rocznicy!"
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Do olives taste good on a brats
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I am of Polish descent, and like most nationalities and ethnicities of Europe, it think physical traits can vary depending on the region your ancestory derives from and also their own backgrounds. For instance, I am very blonde and blue eyed and have been asked by a majority of people if I was born …
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One online translation site translates "dziadunio" and "dziadek" into "grandpa", "granddad", etc. It's "Dziadek" in Polish.
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It is very easy to pronouce Leanna in Polish. It is the same just with a polish accent.It's pronouced- LeAAAna.;)
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Na zdrowie. It literally means for health. The same way as "god bless you", but imply to wish you good health. However, "na zdrowie" is more of an idiom and is less religious then "god bless you."
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'Kangaroo' in Polish is 'kangur'.
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No. She's American through and through. BTW Polish is a nationality, not a religion.
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