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Jedna otázka

Postby johnklepac » 2013-08-01, 4:29

[flag]cs[/flag] Když písmenové kombinace ch, sh, a další existuje v anglických přejatých slov, jak se vysloví? Jako v angličtinu?
[flag]en-us[/flag] When the letter combinations ch, sh, etc. are in English loanwords, how are they pronounced? Like in English?

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Re: Jedna otázka

Postby hreru » 2013-08-03, 19:15

johnklepac wrote:Když jsou písmenové kombinace ch, sh, a další v anglických přejatých slovech, jak se vysloví? Jako v angličtině?


Sounds only logical. In the few words I recalled they are; ch like č and sh like š. But it might be there are some for which it doesn't work, I don't know. Anything particular on mind?

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Re: Jedna otázka

Postby johnklepac » 2013-08-05, 18:26

Psychologie, Chicago, Microsoft, etc.

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Re: Jedna otázka

Postby hreru » 2013-08-11, 13:34

Psychologie won't be from English, and with names you just never know. In the examples given, if I should write them the way they'd be written in Czech according to their pronunciation, it'll be like this: psychologie/psychologije, Šikágo, Mikrosoft/Majkrosoft.

I originally thought of loans like chat, cheat, e-shop or workshop - čet, čít, é-šop, workšop.


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