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Gimnazjum #4, Gdynia, Poland


St. Mark's Senior Second. School,
Meera Bagh, New Delhi, India


St. Paul Lutheran School, Farmington, USA



[link to the GVC pages]

 

 

We communicate with other people using our native and foreign languages.

Kashubian dialect - mostly used at the Pomeranian region of Poland ; one of the most separate dialects of the Polish language though strongly genetically connected with it. It is considered as the mixture of the Polish language and the extinct languages of the Rans, the Odoryts and the Drzewians. It differs from other dialects in literatury tradition. The language is taught in some schools in northern Poland.

[kashubian]
Marta is teaching 'Kashubian Notes' to our Comenius project partners

Polish language - belongs to the group of the Slavonic languages of the Indo-European language family, spoken mainly in Poland.


Polish is written in the Roman and not the Cyrillic alphabet.  There are 35 letters in the Polish alphabet
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[Polish alphabet]

Created by Kinga Ka¼mierczak

Source : Encyclopedia Britannica, PUBLISHING HOUSE; (POZNAN) wyd. KURPISZ, 2003
Images: Friedrich-Ebert Gymnasium, Sandhausen, Germany - with their permission (see Credits)
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