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- According to the 2011 census, Polish has become the second-largest language spoken in England and has 546,000 speakers.
- The current English name comes from the Polish ethnonym associated with the area, which ultimately comes from the Czech word Čech.
- As a result of immigration, Polish is the most widely spoken language in Ireland after English, with Irish as the third most spoken.
- The first documented phrase in the Polish language reads "Day ut ia pobrusa, a ti poziwai" ("Let me grind, and you take a rest"), reflecting the use of quern-stone in early Poland.
- The name Poznań probably comes from a personal name, Poznan (from the Polish participle poznan(y) – "one who is known/recognized"), and would mean "Poznan's town".
- Polish language productions for Chicago's large Polish speaking population can be seen at the historic Gateway Theatre in Jefferson Park.
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