Here the robot voice pronounces "dívá" clearly "deeva", that is without palatisation. Is it an error? Or is it an exception?
Hi, What, if anything, shows the difference between he/she/it is looking at Katerina? Thanks
In this case, nothing. It should accept all answers though maybe not "it".
I am constantly corrected for writing Katerina without the hacek over the r when being asked to write it in English. English does not have the hacek.
However, her name is Czech, not English. In real formal texts you should not just bastardize someone's name.
Anyway, we forgot to make it optional here, because you may have problems entering the háček with your keyboard. I have corrected it.