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10 most read blogs in 2016! Posted by on Jan 10, 2017 in Grammar, Languages, Literature, Phrases, Polish Language

It’s been a crazy year! I hope all of you enjoyed Polish blogs in 2016! We do have some limits as to how many blogs you are able to see every month, but I’m trying to do my best to deliver different type of information to you. But I really want to know  what type of articles you enjoy the most and which ones are the most helpful in learning Polish language.

Her  is a list of 10 most popular blogs in 2016! However, I would be happy to hear from you what would you expect from me in 2017! I’m opened to any suggestions! History, news, grammar, culture, anything! You name it and I will try my best to meet your expectations. In the meantime please enjoy the list of most popular blogs from last year:


  1. Who doesn’t like to celebrate birthdays! It’s always nice to send a card to your Polish friend in his/her native language

How to wish Happy Birthday in Polish?

2. Christmas season is my favorite and sending christmas cards, as well as calling your friends/relatives with christmas wishes is a must! Let’s do it in polish:

How to say Merry Christmas in Polish

3. Being kind requires using some specific words!

How to Say ‘You’re Welcome!’ in Polish

4. Polish sayings are truly one of a kind. However, be careful, translated word by word may mean something you would not expect!:

POLISH SAYINGS – powiedzenia:)

5. I told you Christmas season is popular:

Polish Christmas wishes

6. This blog always attracts people who search for facts! Although now we know that this place really does not exist, people still search for it!

Has anyone seen The Waterfall Castle in Poland?

7. I miss Polish food so much! I always look for a great Polish restaurant, or try to cook all this Polish deliciousness by myself!

Breakfast in Poland and what a typical śniadanie menu would be?

8. Stereotypes, stereotypes…

Stereotypes about Poles

9. Where in the world is Galicia???

Where in the World Is Galicia

10. We all know that everyone likes these “not so nice” words…

Przekleństwa – curse words


This was the big 10! Now, let’s make it another 10 for this year:) I’m open to your suggestions!


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About the Author: Kasia

My name is Kasia Scontsas. I grew up in Lublin, Poland and moved to Warsaw to study International Business. I have passion for languages: any languages! Currently I live in New Hampshire. I enjoy skiing, kayaking, biking and paddle boarding. My husband speaks a little Polish, but our daughters are fluent in it! I wanted to make sure that they can communicate with their Polish relatives in our native language. Teaching them Polish since they were born was the best thing I could have given them! I have been writing about learning Polish language and culture for Transparent Language’s Polish Blog since 2010.


  1. Ruthie Titus:

    I posted to your blog when you mentioned my grandmother to another bloggers question. I don’t know how to get back there to see if you responded. You said ” Her name is Marie Kurylak and she came over in 1909″. I think that’s what you said. The question concerned the name Driubek and I know there is a connection there. Thank you