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Polish Courses


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Have a look at our top picks of Live Online Polish courses at the best prices.

Most Popular Cities for Polish courses

Rating: 4.9

4.9
107 reviews
Top Destinations: Cracow (city thumbnail)

Rating: 4.7

4.7
21 reviews
Top Destinations: Sopot (city thumbnail)

Rating: 4.4

4.4
9 reviews
Top Destinations: Warsaw (city thumbnail)
Top Destinations: Bydgoszcz (city thumbnail)

Most Popular Language Schools for Polish courses

PROLOG School of Polish
#1 PROLOG School of Polish
Cracow, Poland

Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 34 reviews
Polish Language School
#2 Polish Language School
Sopot, Poland

Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 21 reviews
GLOSSA School of Polish
#3 GLOSSA School of Polish
Cracow, Poland

Rating: 4.7

4.7 | 73 reviews

Key facts about Polish

Origin of Polish: Though closely related to Czech and Slovak, Polish stands out in the group of Slavic languages in terms of both pronunciation and grammar. The language has been heavily influenced by Germanic and Romance languages, which can be seen both in loanwords and the grammatical structures of modern day Polish. 

Regional differences: Though slight regional variations can be found, modern day Polish is largely standardized and Polish speakers usually have no trouble understanding each other, regardless of their dialects. For non-native speakers, it is often difficult to tell one dialect from another.  

Language family: Indo-European

Native speakers: 45 million worldwide; Poland (38 million), Germany (1 million), United Kingdom (660k), United States of America (576k).

Major dialects: Greater Polish (west), Lesser Polish (south and southeast), Masovian (central and eastern parts of the country), Silesian (southwest).

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