Polish "ń" is similar to the Spanish "ñ".
Does anybody else hear 'swan'? :)
No I hear słoń
The ł in polish makes the sound (w)
Depending on noise around it sometimes comes across as "slob" for me :D
I have trouble with this word its so far away fron the western elephant/olifant
"Elephant" should also be accepted. It insisted on an article
I feel like the ł is pronounced more like an l here
I think its something between an L and a W in english
Ł is pronounced as an english W.
What is your function?
Pronounced something like "neeyi"
Or Spanish ñ
...SOUNDS LIKE "słońi"
That i is extra. Ń is pronounced like Spanish ñ
Swoñ. Literally absolutely same (except «o», which is not /o/, but /ɔ/; but this doesn’t make a big difference).
"Słoń, słoń, how I love you, my dear old słoń."
Is this a palatized "n" like how кінь is pronounced in Ukrainian?
Hm... I'd say that it's the same.
The answer options in this question and others in this exercise include things like sg. and fem. ://
I wish they would fix this. When half of the word choices aren't applicable, there really isn't much critical thinking to be done and I don't feel like I'm learning much
When you see a sentence in polish/english, try translating it yourself into english/polish and then see the hint words that are available and see if you are correct or not. Maybe that way you will learn something.
How do you pronounce this exactly? Swon-y like pony? Or swon-eh?
It should be something like "swoñ" or "swone-ny". ń is one sound, and ł sounds like the English w.
Think of an elephant in in a closet that was swung-ing (swoni) its trunk around.
Your not really helping
I cant pronounce this :(
don't give up! be around polish people, try to copy their way to pronounce words, and you'll be bound to do it