To write the date out in long-form, you use the word for the month and the numeric form of the day and year. So November 1, 2018 would be 1 listopada 2018. Sometimes, people will put an “r” at the end, which stands for rok, meaning “year”.
What is the date format in Poland?
Poland adopted the ISO 8601 standard for date format in official, especially electronic, communication in 2002. For everyday usage and for less official papers, however, the traditional formats d.mm. [yy]yy or dd.mm.
How do Polish write numbers?
Polish Numbers From Zero To Twentyzero — zero.one — jeden.two — dwa.three — trzy.four — cztery.five — pięćsix — sześćseven — siedem. •Jan 21, 2019
How many working days are there in a year in Poland?
In Poland, there are 104 weekends, 13 public holidays and 248 working days. Six public holidays fall on weekends, please check holidays here.