Which is why it is so hard; many of the old language forms still exist.Mikolaj: Russian and German are therefore more regular, as at some point laws were made and they were standardised. Berlin: What do you like most about the Polish language?In Germany, it's up to the one without a car to ask to be taken. Certainly, Mikolaj and I live together and use the language on a daily basis, but that's not a real exchange like being in Poland. Joanna: Ich studiere Tanzwissenschaft – im Kulturbereich gibt es leider nicht viele Jobs.In Poland saying 'no' is perceived as impolite, in Germany it's not a problem. Und man ist nicht so offen für Immigranten, was daran liegt, dass man perfekte Deutschkenntnisse braucht.
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