d is not optional, it has to be there. And I hear very clear, but short d at the beginning of this audio,
yes Unfortunately there is also a possibility of mistake in TTS pronounciation, but here it is audible.
very funny by the developers, I expect they do this for every language. wonder what this would be in Klingon XD
Po polsku żyć i mówić to jest wyzwanie spróbuj.......... I wanna never forget about my beautiful family language. Dlaczego zapominasz mówić po Polsku................
I type: "Why do not you speak Polish?" It is wrong but I don't know why. Right answer was: "Why don't you speak Polish?" Question: What is the difference between this two variants -"Why do not you speak Polish?" and "Why don't you speak Polish?"
Quote from a native: "That would be the title of an article or book or something explaining why you don't, not a question."
woa, I learned something new about english so...because I was thinking that "why do not you speak polish?" is correct, since "don't" is equivalent to "do not"...
As far as I know, it's not wrong, but rather unusual. It's usually either "Why do you not..." or the contraction "Why don't you", but this one may seem like a suggestion. And here... the unusualness makes it work like I wrote above.
What is the difference between "why you do not speak polish"? and ''why do you not speak polish"? English is a very democratic launguage.
Well, the difference between "polish" and "Polish" is that "polish" is used for making shoes shiny and "Polish" is the language spoken in Poland.
And the difference between "why you do not speak Polish" and "why do you not speak Polish" is that the first word order is used for an indirect question (as part of a longer sentence such as "I know why you do not speak Polish.") and the second one is a direct question, a complete sentence by itself ("Why do you not speak Polish?").
Piszę po polsku, ale nie mówię po polsku. :P
Except some words/short expressions.
"Dlatego, że to jest bardzo trudne" :)
Your sentence is correct but means "That is why it is very difficult".