The Slavic or Slavonic languages are a group of closely related tongues of the Slavic people and a subgroup of Indo-European languages. Speakers are mostly in Eastern Europe, the Balkans as well as parts of Central Europe and North East Asia.
Even if you plan to hire an interpreter for a corporate event or for parts of a holiday, whether travelling to or from Poland, it can be nice to be able to at least say hello and introduce yourself. Below is a short video of how to do this. It looks at the differences between formal and informal situations for speaking Polish and when you need to address a man or a woman differently.
It only takes a few minutes and you may need to listen to it a few times but it’s well worth it. See if you can use it this weekend!