"The men have milk and an apple."
Translation:Mężczyźni mają mleko i jabłko.
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I estimate that in 98% of cases, the vowel "i" palatalizes (softens) the two preceding consonants. In this case, n is softened to ń (spelling convention dictates that ńi is always spelled as ni) and z is softened to ź.
Another example: Zły -> źli (ł becomes l and z becomes ź).