No, the currency of Poland is the Polish złoty (PLN), but like most other EU member states, Poland is obliged to adopt the euro once the Polish economy meets certain criteria. However, the predicted date of this adoption is gradually put back by the ruling politicians and Poles are increasingly sceptical about the common EU currency.
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No, the currency in Poland is Polish Zloty (PLN). However, Poland is expected to join the Euro by 2017.
It is neighbouring Germany from the East.
1. JEDEN [ yeden]
2. DWA [dva]
3. TRZY [ tshi]
4. CZTERY [chiteri]
5. PIĘĆ [piench]
6. SZEŚĆ [sheshch]
7. SIEDEM [shedem]
8. OSIEM [oshem]
9. DZIEWIĘĆ [dchieviench]
10. DZIESIĘĆ [dshieshiench]
* polish sound for "sh" shall be spell like in "shield"
** "ch" like in "charm" or sometimes "chocolate"
*** "e" always like in "end"
**** "a" like "arm"
If you talk to a male person:
Gdzie byłeś?, or Gdzieś ty był? (the last one is rather colloquial but kinda common).
If you talk to a female person:
Gdzie byłaś?, or Gdzieś ty była? respectively
* Katarzyna Gajewska
* Marek Petryk
* Krzysztof Radziewicz
There are a few ways to say "great" in Polish: "świetnie", "wspaniale", "super" (if you mean "great" as an adverb)
If you mean "great" as an adjective, well, I'm afraid it depends on the noun it preceeds. If it's a male noun, it's "świetny" or "wspaniały".
female: "świetna" or "wspaniała"
neutral: "świetne" or "wspaniałe"
Plural male: "świetni" or "wspaniali"
Plural female or neutral: "świetne" or "wspaniałe"
The capital of Poland is Warsaw (Warszawa).
Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland.
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September 1, 1939.
20000 złoty banknote (with Maria Curie) is from before "denomination" that took place in 1995. Then, 20000 "old" zlotys became 2 new zlotys (PLN). 2 PLN is worth about 0,40 GBP at present. However, this banknote is not valid anymore (perhaps one can exchange it for 2 PLN coin in the National Bank).
The national tree of Poland is an Oak. That is the symbol of ancient Slavic god Perun, so the holy-oak-groves were to be worshiped (still some of them remains). The oak is also connected with the emblem of Poland, the White Eagle. Is said that the founder of the state saw the White Eagle's nest on the Oak tree, and he decided to establish the first Poland's capital there, because he thought that the place must be "royal" if the white eagle lives on the god's Tree (notice that Poland's first capital is called Gniezno which means The Nest).
In 1938 Karol Wojtyla started studying in the University Jagiellonski, which was closed down in the beginning of the World War 2 by the Germans. He then worked in a quarry (1940-1944) and in the "Solvay" chemical factory in order to avoid being deported to Germany. During WW2 Karol Wojtyla was also studying in a secret Catholic seminary and was active in an "underground liberation movement" in a "Rhapsody Theatre".
he also wanted little boys that would "help" him with his study
well the most important benefit is you can speak Polish like a professional.
another is if you have a friend that speaks Polish then you guys could use it as a secret language :P
the last one is that if you fall in love with a Polish person and you want to talk to them-even if they speak your native language- they will be surprised of your knowledge.
other than that.. speaking Polish can just be a talent.
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Country code +48 (dialed as 00 48 from many places) is Poland. All phone numbers in Poland are 9 digits after country code +48.
Warsaw is area code +48 22.
KrakÃ³w is area code +48 12.
Gdansk is area code +48 58.
Mobile numbers begin with +48 50, 51, 53, 60, 66, 69, 72, 73, 78, 79, or 88.
(The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)
Polish is a West Slavic language, so it's closest linguistic relatives are other Slavic languages, and particularly other West Slavic ones. These, among others, include Czech and Slovak, as well as two official minority languages of Poland - Kashubian and Silesian. Polish is even partially mutually intelligible with Silesian and, to a limited degree, with Czech and Slovak.
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