Koko wrote:How does one decline languages, i.e words ending in -ský?
Koko wrote:Does one pronounce initial clusters with a schwa? So čtu is pronounced like [čətu]. And how would stress work if this does happen: ['čətu] or [čə'tu]?
Koko wrote:Je on český? It's difficult to tell. I suck at distinguishing any accent and his isn't particularly strong: it sounds a little English but i'm not sure. Surely a native Czech could figure it out .
EDIT: His name's Richard. Gotta be English . Is Ričard a Czech name by any chance? (doubtful)
Koko wrote:Jak se používá „nelze?” Jako "Nelze ližuji." (I can't [not allowed] to ski)
Ashrak wrote:We have thin walls (very impractical in way more things), but yeah i guess it's my bad pronunciation which comes from not really using the language for the last two years
Koko wrote:Do you instead use English or German? What kind of contexts do you put yourself in that prohibits major use of Czech?
Ashrak wrote:It must have been funny now for my roommates, but I tried but puntík and puňtík does sound kinda same to me (the same with pInďa and Piňďa), but that may only be my bad pronunciation
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