Polish language, together with Kashubian, makes up the Lechitic group of the West Slavic languages. Onomastic traces of the Polish language were found in the 9th century, whereas the oldest text written in this language, the Holy Cross Sermons, dates back to the 14th century. With the arrival of Christianity from the Czech Republic, the Old Czech language influenced the Old Polish language. Polish literature emerged and flourished in the 16th century. In the Renaissance period, one of the most significant Polish poets, , created his works of art.
Today, Polish is the official language of the Republic of Poland with around 39 million speakers. At a recent time, the Polish language has undergone powerful influences of the English language due to globalization. This influence manifests itself by a large number of anglicisms.
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