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Time for fresh vegetables “Na straganie” Posted by on Apr 30, 2013

Spring has finally come to New Hampshire…and it almost fells like summer now. With beautiful weather come fresh fruit and vegetables, so accordingly today’s post has something to do with that! Here is one of my favorite poems written by Jan Brzechwa: Na straganie Na straganie w dzień targowy
 Takie słyszy się rozmowy: “Może pan…

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Tańcowała igła z nitką Posted by on Apr 29, 2013

Today a very popular rhyme for kids about needle and thread dancing together:   Tańcowała igła z nitką Tańcowała igła z nitką, 
Igła – pięknie, nitka – brzydko. Igła cała jak z igiełki, 
Nitce plączą się supełki. Igła naprzód – nitka za nią: 
”Ach, jak cudnie tańczyć z panią!” Igła biegnie drobnym ściegiem,
 A za igłą…

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Warsaw Ghetto memorial created by Jewish groups in Poland Posted by on Apr 23, 2013

Jewish groups in Poland have condemned plans to locate a memorial to Polish “righteous” gentiles in the heart of what once was the Warsaw ghetto saying it would infringe upon the memory of murdered Jews. Current plans put the memorial to the Righteous Among Nations next to the center of Jewish resistance during the uprising,…

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How Earth Day is celebrated around the world? Posted by on Apr 22, 2013

Earth day (Dzień Ziemi) is the largest, most widely celebrated international environmental event (wydarzenie środowiskowe). Earth Day helps celebrate Earth’s unique place in the universe. It is the only planet in our solar system teeming with incredible biodiversity (niesamowita różnorodność biologiczna). Learning about and protecting this biodiversity is what Earth Day is all about. People all…

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Jak się masz? Posted by on Apr 17, 2013

“Jak się masz” the Polish phrase is the English equivalent of “how are you”. I bet most of you know this phrase and it is probably one of the first ones to learn while studying Polish! However, I have to tell you, that it is not a really popular phrase in Poland. People usually say…

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