delphiandomine 84 | 17,703 19 Jul 2015 #1I just read this article - it's very interesting, particularly for Anglophones who aren't so familiar with how Poland used to be so ethnically and linguistically diverse.Throughout the centuries, Poland has been populated by very diverse ethnicities and linguistic groups, all of which have left a mark. Here's a look at some of the languages spoken in these lands, and a short manual to the linguistic idiosyncrasies which often entailed complicated issues of ethnic, social and even economical background.1. Macaronic2. Lithuanian3. Belarusian4. Ukrainian5. Yiddish6. Hebrew7. Esperantoculture.pl/en/article/poland-didnt-always-speak-polish-the-lost-linguistic-diversity-of-europeIt's a shame that it's all been lost. I would've loved to have lived in a country where Ukrainian, Yiddish, German and other languages were all spoken side by side with Polish.