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It was called "Rzeczpospolita". It's very hard word even to polish. It means some kind of republic.
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yes, Lech Wałęsa is in government
Poland is a beautiful country but the politics is a *** so i'm sad because i have to move from poland with my family. Really sad
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Hi Emotion: smile I'm from Poland Emotion: smile It's a nice country Emotion: smile People are friendly and hard-working. We have beautiful landscapes, Warsaw, Kraków, Gdańsk, Wrocław are cities that are worth visit. Do you know Robert Lewandowski? He is a polish footballer. He play for Bayern Munich, He's from Poland. Wojciech Szczęsny, Łukasz Piszczek, Kuba Błaszczykowski, Artur Boruc, Jerzy Dudek- other really good players. Miroslav Klose - German football legend...He was born in Poland ! And Lukas Podolski also. John Paul II - polish Pope. Poland was the host of Euro 2012. We have a lot of good athletes. Kamil Stoch-He's a ski jumper. He won 2 gold medals on Olympics. Justyna Kowalczyk- polishCross-country skier- She also win 2 gold medals on Olimpics and a lot of other medals. In the past Poland was often attacked by other countries. We dissappeared from the map of the world. On 11st of November we regained Independence. On 1st of September 1939 Poland was attacked by Germany. And that's how began WW2. Then on 17th September Poland was attacked by Russia. We have really long and rich history. We are brave and always fight to the end. We never lose hope. Polish language is difficult. We have strange letters for example ś.ć,ą, ę, ł, ó. The most famous polish dish is Bigos it's really delicious <3
And that's it. I don't know what else should I say about Poland and I'm sorry for my English, I still learn, I'm only 16 years old Emotion: stick out tongue
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johanne101I figured you can hardly find a Polish word which doesn't contain the letters z, y, w, c or x.
We write "x" only in words from foregin languages. In polish it's "ks" instead od "x" and the letter "x" is not (officially) in polish alphabet: a ą b c ć d e ę f g h i j k l ł m n ń o ó p r s ś t u w (x) y z ź ż. As you can see, we don't have letters "q" and "v" too Emotion: embarrassed
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