In this episode of The Debrief, we have a quick Hebrew lesson and meet with teacher Sapir Librowski-Sher.
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A crowdfunding campaign is underway to raise finance for an online Kashubian dictionary – a necessity, say campaigners, if the language is to be kept alive by younger generations.
The Sejm, the lower house of Poland's parliament, has amended a law concerning aid to Ukrainian refugees by introducing more flexible work regulations and offering Polish language courses to refugees.
In this episode of The Debrief, we take a look at language apprehension in older students.
Poland's German minority has filed a complaint against Poland to the European Commission (EC) over a decree that cuts German language classes for minority children from three hours per week to one.
The city of Kraków is now home to about 150,000 Ukrainian refugees, the local authorities said on Thursday.
The brainchild of students at the SWPS University’s School of Form, the dictionary which has both Polish-Ukrainian and English-Ukrainian versions, is broken down into sections asking about intimate hygiene products, vegetarian food, a SIM card or a smartphone charger, among others.
Making a lasting impact on Polish culture by committing two languages barely known outside of their regions to braille, Harris Mowbray used Polish braille as a starting platform to assign values to new letters existing only in Kashubian and Silesian.
About 100 students from around the world will be learning about the Polish language and culture during the an online summer school organized by the University of Silesia in Cieszyn, southern Poland, in August.