Woods wrote:And my main question is: is it allowed to write ú instead of ů, if I find it more consistent with the overall orthography and I like it better, or would that be wrong? I would also be happy writing the round thing everywhere instead of the accents, but I don't think that's possible
Woods wrote:Oh, so both letters ú and ů are present in the Czech alphabet... apparently what I've read (that the ů took over the ú) was wrong. So ú is a long u, what is ů then?
Woods wrote:I’m also curious – what are Ď, Ň and Ť?
I also see the small letters Ď and Ť are written with an apostrophe instead of the accent – probably because it’s considered the accent wouldn’t fit with the line of the d, or for some other reason?
For these two, is it allowed to write the accent instead of the apostrophe?
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