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Where was the physicist and chemist Marie Curie from? Most people would readily say France but this is not actually true: she was Polish! She was born and studied in Warsaw, the capital of Poland, as Maria Skłodowska. The famous scientist spoke both French and Polish.
Polish is part of the West Slavic languages that belong to the Indo-European group. The language started to develop from the 10th century thanks to the arrival of Christianity, which brought the Latin alphabet completed with additional Slavonic letters. The influence of other languages can be noticed in Polish words, for example Latin for religious reasons, German and Russian due to history, and of course French and English.
Polish is officially spoken by 45 million native speakers in Poland and by more than 5 million people as their second language in other countries, such as Slovakia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Ukraine. It is one of the official languages of the European Union, which Poland joined in 2004 together with the other countries of the Visegrád Group: Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. As to the EU, Polish is its sixth most spoken language and the country is today an attractive trading partner for many companies.