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a nasal vowel. To make the word plural, -cja becomes -cje. Detailed List of Languages Spoken at Home for the Population 5 Years and Over : By State" (PDF). Examples of loanwords include German Grenze (border Dutch and Afrikaans grens from Polish granica ; German Peitzker from Polish piskorz (weatherfish German Zobel, French zibeline, Swedish sabel, and English sable from Polish sobl ; and ogonek little tail the word describing a diacritic hook-sign. Grammar edit Main article: Polish grammar Polish is a highly inflected language, with relatively free word order, although the dominant arrangement is subjectverbobject (SVO). In Ukraine it is most common in western Lviv and Volyn Oblasts, while in West Belarus it is used by the significant Polish minority, especially in the Brest and Grodno regions and in areas along the Lithuanian border. For details, see Voicing and devoicing in the article on Polish phonology. Quite a few culinary loanwords exist in German and in other languages, some of which describe distinctive features of Polish cuisine. Examples of this include inauguracja (inauguration dewastacja (devastation recepcja (reception konurbacja (conurbation) and konotacje (connotations).
19 The geographical distribution of the Polish language was greatly affected by the territorial changes of Poland immediately after World War sex treff in Woldegk II and Polish population transfers (194446). Phonology edit Spoken Polish Main article: Polish phonology Polish has six oral vowels (all monophthongs ) and two nasal vowels. Polish orthography is largely phonemic there is a consistent correspondence between letters (or digraphs and trigraphs ) and phonemes (for exceptions see below). 1 Archived June 2, 2013, at the Wayback Machine. Attributive adjectives most commonly precede the noun, although in certain cases, especially in fixed phrases (like jzyk polski, "Polish (language the noun may come first. (Praga remained the only part of Warsaw where the population survived World War II relatively intact.) However, these city dialects are now mostly extinct due to assimilation with standard Polish. It became spruce because in Polish, z Prus, sounded like "spruce" in English (transl. Borrowed words edit Knowledge of the Polish language within Europe. The Gorals Highlanders take great pride in their culture and the dialect.