By the way, we have a brand of juice called "Садочок" (which is a diminutive of сад) here in Ukraine :) So this sentence always reminds me of that
Aight, that's enough learning for me, I'm gonna be using this phrase a lot. Watch out Україна, here I come.
Thanks for the laugh!
is this code for something?
Get out in the garden and drink juice.
Why does the "soft д" sound like a g?
It doesn't to my ear. It sounds like a clear "d."
I'd like to know why the ''д'' sound more like a ''г'' or ''к''? Is there any rule of pronunciation to follow?
It sounds like a pretty clear "d" to my ear. The best rule of pronunciation to follow is that Ukrainian is almost 100% phonetic.
It sounds like a D to me, try using headphones in a quiet place the first time you go through a lesson; it makes it so much easier to figure out what the sounds are.
I happen to be using my $750 custom in ear monitors and it definitely sounds like a /k/ sounds to me. I played it several times.
Should "д" be pronounced as a "d" or as a "g"? Here it sounds more like g?
It's a D, and it sounds like a D to me.
Strange association, garden and juice...
Haha seriously! When does anyone say these two nouns together?
Сад = orchard
It's a juice orchard!
I couldnt understand why we use "a" before juice
I don't get how is the pronunciation of сад??
с = S
а = ah, like the au in "laugh" said quickly
д = d
Сад is pronounced like "k" at the end? That's how I heard it
No, sorry, like a D.
Orchard can mean сад
This doesn't make any sense to me! :-(
how is "д" prounced?
If it's in the beginning or middle of a word, it sounds like the "d" in "dog," but at the end of a word, it's pronounced like the "t" in "top". This is called "final obstruent devoicing". Same goes for ґ and к, в and ф, and б and п.
I was always taught сад was better for an orchard, and город was a garden.
How come it doesn't give me an option to learn Russian
Yes, all juice from garden ))))
Shouldn't сад be translated to "orchard" rather than "garden"?
why is garden pronounced like "sar-de" in some parts, but here it is pronounced differently?
I answered Garden & Juice and it was marked incorrect? Wtf
"сад" Audio definitely sounds like "saag" (phonetic).... listened many times at different volumes :-/
"Саг і сік" was accepted!! What the f-word!!!
"Саг і сік" was accepted!!
Is it me or does it sound like "sag is sik" in the audio ?
Garden and juice - right
garden and juice - my words. I think so many words that I cann't to write
Ah yeah, the classic combo
Sad and sick