I hope we won't see spiders eating bread and ducks reading newspaper like in course Spanish ;)
Why does ˝ciasteczka˝ sound like ˝cziasteczka˝? Otherwise C makes a ˝ts˝ sound.
"ci" in polish = ch in english like in church, not really sure if it's pronounced different than "cz" though.
Yeah that's what i was wondering,i don't hear the difference,it sounds exactly like Cz,my first language has the the equivalent of cz and ć...
Cz is pronounche like the ch in choose. ć on the other hand is quite hard to grasp for an English speaker. First, say cheese. Do you notice how the tip of your tongue touches the roof of your mouth when you produce the ch-sound? Now try making the same sound, but instead move the tip of your tongue to your lower front teeth, and simultaneously touching the roof of your mouth with the middle part of your tongue. //Edit: I forgot to mention: c+i=ć in Polish, just as s+i=ś, n+i=ń and z+i=ź.