Polish Grammar: Differences Between Polish And English Grammar

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Differences between Polish and English grammar

It is the common knowledge that Polish language is no doubts one of the most difficult languages to learn. I have heard many reason why people find it difficult but most of them focus on the grammatical part of the language. First difference between Polish and English language is an alphabet.
Polish alphabet contains 32 letters: a ą b c ć d e ę f g h i j k l ł m n ń o ó p r s ś t u w y z ź ż
When we learn polish alphabet we use the names to remember the letters e.g. A for Adam, B for Beata, C for Cecylia. English alphabet contains only 26 letters and is based on the Latin alphabet: a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z. Letters b d f g k l m n o p s t z are pronounced roughly the same in English and Polish. Polish alphabet is mostly phonetic what means that in most cases when we are hearing the word we are able to pronounce it. If about English it seems to be more difficult. We can’t pronounce the word without the knowledge about spelling and pronunciation. In English language the same letter can represent a multiplicity of sounds, and different letters can represent exactly the same sound. Because of all this misunderstandings all English language learners use International Phonetic Association where each symbol mean only one sound in an accurate manner
When we are studying other languages almost in every of them, including English language, the order of the words in the sentence is really important and

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