Live casinos THAT SPEAK Polish

Are you looking for a list of live casinos that offer the Polish language for live dealer games? Here's a list of the live online casinos that offer Polish for the popular live roulette, live blackjack, and live baccarat games. Polish is an official language of Poland belonging to Western Slavic language family. Written in script which is polish script and has lot of similarity with Latin. All across Poland language is spoken in almost similar ways. After Russian it is the second most important language spoken in Slavic group and has a flourishing literature and culture of its own. There are about 50 million speakers of Polish language and its an official language of Poland as well as European Union.

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Polish Language

Polish also holds distinction of minority language in countries like Germany Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Ukraine. Language is regulated by Polish language Council and its ISO639 CODE is POL.

97% of polish population speaks polish as native or mother tongue Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania has ethnic minorities of polish language speakers. Interestingly Polish speakers have wide network spread across the world major countries being Argentina,Andora,Ausralia,Azerbejan,Belarus,Belguim,brazil,Bulgaria,Canada, Croatia, China, Czech republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Island,Finland,France,germany,Greece,Hungary,israel,Iceland,ireland, Italy,,kazakistan,lativia,lebabnon,Luxemborg,mexico,netherland,Newzealand, Spain Norway, south Africa, Peru, Russia, Siberia Slovakia and even United States of America, Canada and many more countries of the world have polish speaking migrants.

Dialects of Polish language

Greater polish, lesser polish, Masovian polish and Silesian polish

Greater polish is spoken in Western parts of the Poland and Europe

Lesser Polish in South and south east parts of country

Masovian Polish in Central and Eastern parts of the country

Silesian is spoken I south west Poland

Polish speakers in other parts of world have their own different dialects

Pod hale dialect, kashubian language, Silesian dialect and Pozanski dialect, Rusian and many varied forms of polish are spoken with different accents and grammar structure

Grammar

Six oral and two nasal vowels, Stress of words fall generally from second syllable to last syllable.

Upper
case

HTML
code

Lower
case

HTML
code

Name of the letter

Usual
phonetic value

Other
phonetic values

A

 

a

 

a

[a]

 

Ą

Ą

ą

ą

ą

[ɔɰ̃]

[ɔ], [ɔm], [ɔn], [ɔŋ], [ɔɲ], [ɔȷ̃]

B

 

b

 

be

[b]

[p]

C

 

c

 

ce

[t͡s]

[d͡z], [t͡ɕ]

Ć

Ć

ć

ć

cie

[t͡ɕ]

[d͡ʑ]

D

 

d

 

de

[d]

[t]

E

 

e

 

e

[ɛ]

[e] after and between palatalized consonants

Ę

Ę

ę

ę

ę

[ɛɰ̃]

[ɛ], [ɛm], [ɛn], [ɛŋ], [ɛɲ], [ɛȷ̃]

F

 

f

 

ef

[f]

[v]

G

 

g

 

gie

[ɡ]

[k]

H

 

h

 

ha

[ ‌x]

[ ‌ɣ], [ɦ] (Eastern Borderlands, Silesia)

I

 

i

 

i

[i]

[i̯], mute (softens preceding consonant)

J

 

j

 

jot

[j]

[i]

K

 

k

 

ka

[k]

[ɡ]

L

 

l

 

el

[l]

[lʲ] in older pronunciation and eastern dialects

Ł

Ł

ł

ł

[w]

[ɫ] in older pronunciation and eastern dialects

M

 

m

 

em

[m]

 

N

 

n

 

en

[n]

[ŋ], [ɲ]

Ń

Ń

ń

ń

[ɲ]

 

O

 

o

 

o

[ɔ]

 

Ó

Ó

ó

ó

"o kreskowane", "o z kreską", "u z kreską", or "u zamknięte" ("lined o", "o with line", "lined u", or "closed u")

[u]

 

P

 

p

 

pe

[p]

[b]

R

 

r

 

er

[r]

 

S

 

s

 

es

[s]

[z], [ɕ]

Ś

Ś

ś

ś

[ɕ]

[ʑ]

T

 

t

 

te

[t]

[d]

U

 

u

 

"u", "u zwykłe" or "u otwarte" ("simple u" "opened u")

[u]

[u̯]

W

 

w

 

wu

[v]

[f]

Y

 

y

 

igrek

[ɨ]

 

Z

 

z

 

zet

[z]

[s], [ʑ]

Ź

Ź

ź

ź

ziet

[ʑ]

[ɕ]

Ż

Ż

ż

ż

żet

[ʐ]

[ʂ]

Polish orthography also includes seven digraphs:

Capitalized

HTML
code

Lower
case

HTML
code

Usual
phonetic value

Other
phonetic values

Ch

 

ch

 

[x]

[ɣ]

Cz

 

cz

 

[t͡ʂ]

[d͡ʐ]

Dz

 

dz

 

[d͡z]

[t͡s], [d͡ʑ], [d-z]

[d͡ʑ]

[t͡ɕ], [d-ʑ]

[d͡ʐ]

[t͡ʂ], [d-ʐ]

Rz

 

rz

 

[ʐ]

[ʂ], [r-z], [r̝] or [r̝̊] (in some dialects),

Sz

 

sz

 

[ʂ]

[ʐ]

Polish Gender follows Slavic system and is quite complex compared to English language so there are five genders as follows, personnel masculine, animate masculine, inanimate masculine, Feminine and neuter genders. Verbs have three tenses, three moods and three voices. Tenses are in present, past and future, Moods are indicative, imperative and conditional, and voice is Active, passive and reflective. Tenses are also imperfective and perfective in their forms.

Basic Word Order in Polish is SVO i.e. subject verb object the distinct feature of language is the verbs or even objects and even subjects can be moved around or even dropped to give different meanings to same sentences in different contexts