Ktos 16 | 440 24 Nov 2015 #151I'd like to add that Polish has a standard, on average, a higher one than, say, English, where, especially here in the States, it seems everything (and anything) goes and no one raises a finger in protest!Nothing is forever, history repeats. Also, that in Western Europe something went out of fashion does not mean that in our beautiful Polish culture it has to be subject to change as well, who says it has to change? Nobody, only sheep follow all the time. Lastly, your Polish is even harder to follow, so przygadal kociol garnkowi, but it is I who is doing you a favour by writing in English on Polish forum instead of in Polish so do not ever complain about my English again, you will receive no response.Back to topic, it is simple, you want to find work in Poland you learn Polish! And make sure it is of good standard because if you work in a hospital I as a fellow staff member or patient would like to know what is going on so unnecessary death does not occur. Just an example.