The Polish Language in the European Information Society
With about 40–48 million native speakers, Polish is the most spoken West Slavic language around the world. It is the official language of Poland. The auxiliary minority languages that can be used in legal contexts are: German in the west areas of Poland (22 communes using it as auxiliary language), and Belarusian in the east (3 communes), Kashubian (2 communes) and Lithuanian (1 commune).
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