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Archive for April, 2018

Banking phrases in Polish Posted by on Apr 30, 2018

Anytime you travel, you deal with money. If it is online banking, ATM withdrawals, transferring money from and to different accounts or sending money to your family. If you happen to move to Poland, you may want to open a new account or get a loan. These phrases will help you with all of that!…

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Train and bus traveling in Poland Posted by on Apr 26, 2018

Flying is fun (not for everyone though) and fast way to travel. But sometimes you just have to take a train or a bus. You don’t have to be at the station a few hours before and you can take so many things with you – many that you are not allowed to take on…

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Traveling on a plane in Poland Posted by on Apr 19, 2018

If it is traveling to Poland on a plane or traveling on a plane while in Poland, knowing some of the airport travel phrases can be useful. I would like to collect my tickets – chciałbym/chciałabym odebrać moje bilety I booked on the internet – dokonałem/dokonałam rezerwacji przez internet do you have your booking reference? – czy ma…

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How to order a coffee in Poland? Posted by on Apr 13, 2018

I don’t know many people who don’t like coffee! Do we all need a little caffeine to get the morning started? No, not all, but most of us do! I absolutely love coffee and can’t imagine a day without it… Coffee (kawa) is consumed everywhere, all around the world. People in Poland love coffee and…

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Delicious Polish apples! Posted by on Apr 10, 2018

If you are a fan of healthy eating, you will find a lot of healthy food in Poland, especially amazing fruit! And what’s better than apples (jabłka)? In the end an apple a day keeps the doctor away! You need to know that Poland is an important temperate climate fruit producer on a global scale. Poland…

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History of the Wet Monday in Poland Posted by on Apr 3, 2018

Traditional Polish Easter lasts longer than here in US. There 2 days to celebrate, not one! Easter Sunday it’s called 1st Day Of The Holiday (Pierwszy Dzień Świąt) and Monday is called 2nd Day Of The Holiday (Drugi Dzień Świąt). Monday is a national holiday and is a day off from work. Wet Monday is…

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