I have reported this grammatically horribly wrong answer in English
The speaker who speaks shows no emotion at all ! Its hard to tell if she is she sounds BORED OUT OF HER MIND!!!!!!
It is a bot
A fish? No you uncultured swine how dare you insult our nation by even daring to suggest that!
I was wondering what the difference between Ryba, Rybe and Ryby is?
Ryba - one fish
Ryby - more than 1 fish
Rybe - this word doesn't exist
Rybę - what do I want to eat? -> 1 fish
Ryby - what do I want to eat? -> lots of fish
I am a native, but if someone can explain better, please do it ^^
Welcome in the polish language.
I'm not a native speaker. But for so far I can tell that Ryba is singular and Ryby is plural.
But later it won't be so easy as it seems now to be.
It's "ryba" in diffrent cases. Look at the wiktionary page for "ryba" to see what the different cases are.
This NIE sounds like "JE" in polish way to pronounce -_- i am so confused
Nie is pronounced like this "N + Je".
The answer, after asking if a whale is a fish:)
Probably shouldn't be a listening exercise - the TTS (bot) doesn't express the question tone so it's difficult to discern that this is really two one-word sentences rather than the single sentence "Ryba je"
Well... I'm afraid it sounds quite good to me, especially the female voice... the male one is also clear but the intonation is totally emotion-less.
Terrible enunciation and tone considering there's supposed punctuation. It sounded so much like ryba je!
I don't hear an exclamation in there
Because it is a bot
Ps: the suggestion was "A fish No".