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The polish language boasts of having a high presence globally with more than 40 million people speaking it fluently mostly in Poland. It is a Western Slavonic language with more significant polish communities in Belarus, Lithuania, Ukraine and others countries around Eastern Europe. The polish language is closely related to Slovak and Czech languages, and in the Indo-European Family group of languages, Polish Language is categorized as Slavic Language. The polish language was introduced to other parts when the Slav people migrated from the old Poland and predominantly settled all over Eastern Europe.
The Polish Language Alphabets
The polish language has a unique alphabet from the other Slavic languages since it is based on the Latin alphabet than the usual Cyrillic alphabet. The Roman Catholic predominance played a vital role in the use of Latin alphabets. The language uses diagraphs which uses a pair of character to write single sound; the diacritics are when the glyph is uniquely added to any existing letter and used to communicate sounds not represented on the Latin-based alphabet. An example of polish language used digraph is 'sz' that sounds like the English language sound 'sh.'
Development of the Polish Language
The oldest evidence of the polish language was in the 12th century, and the first adjustment made in the 14th century, and the modern literary polish adopted in the 16the century. The spoken polish has over the years preserved its nasal vowels, and it uses 35 constant sounds and seven vowels making it a rich phonetically language.
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