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The Spread of Polish
There are 60 million native speakers of Polish, living in Poland as well as in large minorities in Lithuania, Belarus, the Ukraine, Russia and other states of the former Soviet Union, the Czech Republic, the USA, Canada, Germany and France.
Polish is a West Slavic language, which is a subgroup of the Indo-European languages. It is closely related to Czech, Slovak and Sorbian.
The History of Polish
The oldest known records of spoken and written Polish date back to the 12th Century. These were names and commentaries in the “Bull of Gniezno”, by Pope Innocent II in the year 1136.
In the Middle Ages, many religious texts were translated from Latin to Polish. In the 15th Century, written Polish was finally able to push back the earlier influence of Czech and distance itself from Latin. Polish was predominantly written by chaplains until into the 16th Century, after which time it was absorbed into the aristocracy and middle classes. In this century, the modern Polish language of literature arose: this language was based on dialects spoken in Poznam; a region in western Poland.
In the past, Polish tended to borrow words from Old Czech, Middle High German and Latin; in the 21st Century borrowed words in Polish mainly originate from Ukrainian, Belarusian, German, French and English.
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