Trying to understand. The 4 non-soft consonants shift to new consonants. K is one and it goes to "c". So when I saw the previous page with "Ne, nejsou vsoci'" I had selected the "k" to "c" choice. However, the next page has this similar sentence, but it doesn't shift the "k" to the "c", using vysoke' instead of vsoci'. Are those 4 non-soft consonants just to shift for masculine animate? I was a little surprised to see vysoke' instead of vysoci'.
Thx. I'll keep researching this. Prob will figure it out in a minute.
From your above answer that it is because it is masculine inanimate, does that mean the shift from "k" to "c" only happens when using the masculine plural form, so that one doesn't do this k to c shift with m. inanimate nouns? I'll have to amend my notes to whatever you say. Thanks.