"Are those old animals?"
Translation:To jsou stará zvířata?
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Please read the Tips. The sign is NOT stressing. I and Í are two distinct characters denoting two distinct sounds. Generally, the diacritic mark marks a long vowel but I and Í also differ in their phonetic quality.
There are patterns where one changes into the other in some roots or stems. In word endings the declension patterns normally determine which one must be used.
Note that I and Y sound the same and Í and Ý also sound the same.