Shouldn't "Do not watch now" be accepted as well?
That's what I would ask as well
I have added it, since there's another accepted translation using "watch." Although I think "look" is a better choice here, I think "watch" can work in some contexts, too.
Is there a simple rule about an apostrophe after ted?
There's no rule needed, as it's part of the word, not an apostrophe tacked on to the end of the word. The word itself is teď. Easy... no rule to memorize!
I was asking when ted becomes the ted'.
I know that d' is a letter but "The word itself is teď." does not explain why ted' was used here. :)
There is no apostrophe there. The "ť" is just a small letter "Ť". It is a diacritic mark ˇ, not an apostrophe.
Ups... I was blind and I though that there are two words ted and ted'. and here i realized that there is only one. :(