why is machine suggested as a meaning if its not accepted? I tried to use 'machine and school' out of curiosity.
Technically it should be accepted. I mean, we know what they mean, but if you find a context for "machine and school" nothing is wrong with the sentence. Same as with the "time flies like an arrow" - there is one "expected" meaning but you can translate/interpret it in the other way if you want :)
I tried saying cars and school and then it corrected me to machine and school.... smh
"Car and school" was considered correct. I'm so glad I only learn the most vital phrases as possible :)
The letter ш sounds as [ ʃ ]. The letter щ represents two consonants [ ʃt͡ʃ ]. An easier explanation: ш sounds as "sh" and щ sounds as "shch".