"Oni sem nebudou jezdit."
Translation:They will not come here.
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- "oni" is pronounced /oňi/ with a palatal Ň sound
- "ony" is pronounced /oni/ with an alveolar N sound
Depending what your native language is, you may or may not be familiar with the Ň sound. It appears in Spanish (written as Ñ), French (written as GN), Italian (written as GN), Hungarian (written as NY), and even some dialects of English, for example in the word "new" (as opposed to "noo").
To Czechs, the difference is not subtle at all. Try listening to "ony" and "oni" on Google translate, for example, or look for these words on Forvo to hear native speakers pronounce them.