Isn't 'ę' supposed to sound as something like: 'eum'? I've been told ę and e are pronounced differently. Am I wrong? Or is it just colloquial to pronounce ę as e?
You're correct in terms of pure pronunciation between these two vowels, and also keep in mind that "ę" is pronounced as "e" at the end of the final word in a sentence (i.e. it's de-nasalized).
The sound quality is just bad
how do crabs drink water if they live in water??
How do you breathe air if you live in air?
Whats the difference between "pije" and "piję"?
Still need to know? "Pije" = "He/she/it drinks/is drinking". "Piję" = "I drink/am drinking".
The audio sounds like "krak pije wodę". The "b" in "krab" should not sound like a "k", maybe like a "p" but not a "k".
Hmmm... yeah, I hear something like that. Disabled the audio exercises.
I have answered correctly, and yet system says I have it wrong. Really?
A screenshot would be useful to help us to diagnose this.
Should i say "the crab drinks water" isn't it work without "the"?
"The crab drinks water" is fine.
I hear it correctly as "krab".
Crab pije wodą
The letter c is pronounced as /t͡s/, but we need voiceless velar plosive /k/ here, which is represented by the letter k.
'Wodą' is the wrong case, it should be accusative.
Sorry, my mistake. I have not had much sleep. System was asking for an English translation - I had written it Polish,
Dobrze! No problem!!