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Re: Czech discussion group

Postby Koko » 2015-02-10, 23:23

Oh! I hadn't seen your side-box thing (where an avatar is shown with your nick and pkace of residency) :P .
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Re: Czech discussion group

Postby Linguist108 » 2015-02-19, 12:24

Ashrak wrote:It must have been funny now for my roommates, but I tried but puntík and puňtík does sound kinda same to me (the same with pInďa and Piňďa), but that may only be my bad pronunciation :-D


Hi guys, I' m happy to help. 8-)

It's not the same pronunciation in Czech. The ď /ɟ/ following n has no effect on pronunciation of it...

Pinďa and piňďa are different words, of course if piňďa existed :lol:. Pinďa does exist.
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Re: Czech discussion group

Postby Linguist108 » 2015-02-19, 12:54

hreru wrote: :lol: I did the same at work but there was nobody around at the moment. I hope. :para: I could hear a clear difference ... but maybe it's my bad ears. :)

It's really very similar, but definitely not the same. Perhaps, we Czech natives, are more inclined to pronounce -nď- more than -ňď- than -nď- ? My theory is that the voiced palatal stop (i.e. ď) is forcing you to palatalise the n into ň...
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Re: Czech discussion group

Postby Linguist108 » 2015-02-19, 12:59

Ashrak wrote:
Koko wrote:Do you instead use English or German? What kind of contexts do you put yourself in that prohibits major use of Czech?


I live in Munich, Germany. Nothing prohibits me from using Czech, I just don't have partners to speak it with. All of my friends here are either Germans or German speaking speakers of languages that aren't mutually intelligible with Czech. And two hour call a month with my parents doesn't isn't much usage :-)

I'm in pretty much the same situation, just with English not German. They only Czech input I get is from Czech online newspapers, little bit of TV and books, but I don't do them much. Otherwise, I'm using English 90% of the time. We speak English at home, I do speak Czech to my daughter though. And with my parents, but that's just one hour in a month or so, the same case like you...
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