Is Polish language a hard one to learn?

Is Polish language a hard one to learn? Posted on 23. Mar, 2013 by Kasia in Culture, Education, Polish Language Is it? I don’t think so…Although I’m aware that people everywhere say “Polish is the hardest language to learn”! It is definitely not the easiest…I think that Polish is a beautiful and interesting language. I heard this from some of my friends – they say they love...

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Things you want to know about Poles

Things you want to know about Poles Posted on 23. Feb, 2013 by Kasia in Countries, Culture, Nature What are some things you always wanted to know about Polish people and weren’t in the least bit disinclined to ask? Here  are some of them…: 1. “Polish facial characteristics” No, there are no unique facial characteristics that enable you to identify a Pole . Most Poles believe that they...

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Who is going to be the next Pope?

Who is going to be the next Pope? Posted on 01. Mar, 2013 by Kasia in Current News, Famous people, History, Religion Pope Benedict XVI thanked Poles on Wednesday for the “warm reception” he received when he visited Poland in 2006 and asked for their prayers on his retirement. “I thank you for your presence here in Rome over all these years, for your prayers and tokens of sympathy,” Pope...

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Anja Rubik

Anja Rubik Posted on 22. Feb, 2013 by Kasia in Current News, Famous people Most of you who love fashion probably know her…Anja Rubik was born in Rzeszów, Poland. Growing up, Anja lived in Greece, Canada, and South Africa and began modeling full- time after graduating from a British high school in Paris. Rubik can be seen in numerous editorials for Vogue, Numero, Harper’s Bazaar, etc. More...

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February in rhyme

February in rhyme Posted on 28. Feb, 2013 by Kasia in Calendar, Nature, Poetry, Rhymes The names of Polish months are unique in the way that Poland did not adopt Roman names – like many other countries in Europe (France, Germany, Russia). Original, non-Latin names for the months of the year also exist in some other languages – like Czech (but not Slovak), Croatian, Lithuanian or Basque. But...

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