And in Accusative zupa, woda ets *a. becomes zupę, wodę , *ę I eat soup. Ja jem zupę, piję wodę etc.
When do you use the accent and when don't you?
We don't really have accents. What you mean, I believe, is the tail: ą. Well, this depends on the cases, an -a ending turns into -ą in Instrumental, for example.
Ah yes. "A soup". How wonderful.
Changed to "soup" as "a soup" is rather seldom correct.
I said “soup” and is wrong. Correct siad „Soup”. So capitalisation makes difference..?
I can only tell you that such an answer should have been accepted. If this happens again, it would be helpful if you gave us a link to a screenshot, so we can investigate this further.
zupa sounds like lupa to me. I am confused.
I don't hear any ls.
This one, too? https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/03/Pl-zupa.ogg
On this one I hear a z sound just fine.
Well, I'm sorry, but can't really hear any significant difference between Duo's TTS and the live recording.
And both our non-native contributors also confirm that the /z/ sound
is articulated clearly.
Strange. I heard the z sound perfectly on the recording you sent. Thanks for trying. chris