księżycowy wrote:I see. Thanks for sharing.
You're very welcome. Anytime.
księżycowy wrote:(if we can call 5 a "tight set" )
For UL, yeah I would definitely call 5 a tight set!
księżycowy wrote:I have no discipline. ...
Yay, I'm not alone! I don't feel as bad anymore.
On a separate note, I've been going through the IPA pronunciation of the 6-8 Polish words I've covered in Anki. And oh my goodness, my pronunciation was WAYYYY off. I think I might need to add the pronunciation to the Anki cards. That way I can practice the proper pronunciation even when I'm reviewing on the go. Saying all the retroflex and palato-alveolar sounds isn't hard; remembering which sounds go with which grapheme or digraph is!
Also, księżycowy or anyone else who knows Polish, do you find cześć hard to say? From what Wiktionary says, the pronunciation should be /t͡ʂɛɕt͡ɕ/. None of those sounds by themselves are hard. But when I try to add a /t/ between two /ɕ/, I end up reverting to something like /ɕcɕ/. Is this normal? Or even acceptable among Polish speakers?