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Polish is a West Slavic language and the official language of Poland. It is the mother tongue of over 42 million people worldwide, including close to 97% of Poland's citizens. Ethnic Poles also constitute significant minorities in Lithuania, Belarus, and Ukraine, where Polish can often be heard in the cities of Lviv and Lutsk or in the Brest and Grodno regions in western Belarus. Polish is used in a uniform manner through most of Poland and thrives today despite historic pressure from foreign administrations ruling Poland to suppress this language. The Polish alphabet derives from the Latin alphabet with a few alterations. A highly inflected language, Polish retains the Old Slavic case-system with seven cases for nouns, pronouns, and adjectives. Over the centuries, Polish has borrowed a good number of words from other languages, which have usually been adapted by altering spelling to approximate the pronunciation, but written according to Polish phonetics. While many English words have been adopted more recently, other notable influences in the past depend on the historical period and include Latin, Czech, Italian, French, German, Hungarian, Turkish, Old Belarusian, Ukrainian, and Russian.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Borisov (BY), Brest (BY), Bydgoszcz (PL), Dnipropetrovsk (UA), Donetsk (UA), Gomel (BY), Grodno (BY), Jonava (LT), Kaunas (LT), Kelme (LT), Kharkiv (UA), Kiev (UA), Klaipeda (LT), Krakow (PL), Lodz (PL), Lublin (PL), Lviv (UA), Marijampol? (LT), Minsk (BY), Mogilev (BY), Mozyr (BY), Odessa (UA), Poznan (PL), Szczecin (PL), Varena (LT), Vilnius (LT), Vitebsk (BY), Warsaw (PL), Wroclaw (PL), Zarasai (LT),