Countries & Languages in Polish

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Countries & Languages in Polish 2017-11-27T08:18:34+00:00

When introducing yourself in Polish, you might want to talk about where you’re from and which languages you speak. Polish names of countries and languages are quite different from English, so make sure to memorize at least those that are most important to you.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Polish“.

Basic Words & Phrases: Countries & Languages

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American language
język amerykański
in American (English)
po amerykańsku
from America
z Ameryki
American (Person from America) [Sg]
Amerykanin (m), Amerykanka (f)
Americans [Pl]
Amerykanie (m), Amerykanki (f)
American (Adjective relating to America, e.g. American food)
amerykański (m), amerykańska (f), amerykańskie (n)


Austrian language
język austriacki
in Austrian
po austriacku
from Austria
z Austrii
Austrian (Person from Austria) [Sg]
Austriak (m), Austriaczka (f)
Austrians [Pl]
Austriacy (m), Austriaczki (f)
Austrian (Adjective relating to Austria, e.g. Austrian food)
austriacki (m), austriacka (f), austriackie (n)


English language
język angielski
in English
po angielsku
from England
z Anglii
English (Person from England) / Englishman [Sg]
Anglik (m), Angielka (f)
English / Englishmen [Pl]
Anglicy (m), Angielki (f)
English (Adjective relating to England, e.g. English food)
angielski (m), angielska (f), angielskie (n)


French language
język francuski
in French
po francusku
from France
z Francji
French (Person from France) / Frenchman [Sg]
Francuz (m), Francuzka (f)
French / Frenchmen [Pl]
Francuzi (m), Francuzki (f)
French (Adjective relating to France, e.g. French food)
francuski (m), francuska (f), francuskie (n)


German language
język niemiecki
in German
po niemiecku
from Germany
z Niemiec
German (Person from Germany) [Sg]
Niemiec (m), Niemka (f)
Germans [Pl]
Niemcy (m), Niemki (f)
German (Adjective relating to Germany, e.g. German food)
niemiecki (m), niemiecka (f), niemieckie (n)


Italian language
język włoski
in Italian
po włosku
from Italy
z Włoch
Italian (Person from Italy) [Sg]
Włochy (m), Włoszka (f)
Italians [Pl]
Włosi (m), Włoszki (f)
Italian (Adjective relating to Italy, e.g. Italian food)
włoski (m), włoska (f), włoskie (n)


Polish language
język polski
in Polish
po polsku
from Poland
z Polski
Polish (Person from Poland) [Sg]
Polak (m), Polka (f)
Polish [Pl]
Polacy (m), Polki (f)
Polish (Adjective relating to Poland, e.g. Polish food)
polski (m), polska (f), polskie (n)


Russian language
język rosyjski
in Russian
po rosyjsku
from Russia
z Rosji
Russian (Person from Russia) [Sg]
Rosjanin (m), Rosjanka (f)
Russians [Pl]
Rosjanie (m), Rosjanki (f)
Russian (Adjective relating to Russia, e.g. Russian food)
rosyjski (m), rosyjska (f), rosyjskie (n)


Spanish language
język hiszpański
in Spanish
po hiszpańsku
from Spain
z Hiszpanii
Spanish (Person from Spain) / Spaniard [Sg]
Hiszpan (m), Hiszpanka (f)
Spanish / Spaniards [Pl]
Hiszpanie (m), Hiszpanki (f)
Spanish (Adjective relating to Spain, e.g. Spanish food)
hiszpański (m), hiszpańska (f), hiszpańskie (n)


Swiss language
język szwajcarski
in Swiss
po szwajcarsku
from Switzerland
z Szwajcarii
Swiss (Person from Switzerland) [Sg]
Szwajcar (m), Szwajcarka (f)
Swiss [Pl]
Szwajcarzy (m), Szwajcarki (f)
Swiss (Adjective relating to Switzerland, e.g. Swiss food)
szwajcarski (m), szwajcarska (f), szwajcarskie (n)

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