*się (not cię)
By - Worthy_House_3672
*się (not cię)
i was just going to write that
That’s okay. Do you like it?
Why Щ for Ś? The letter Щ is etymologically related to Szcz, not to Ś. Furthermore, why should we make a letter for a soft s when there is already the soft sign? I can understand why for Ў and Л, but Щ seems strange.
But this is Polish. If you’re gonna follow Russian, why don’t you use the Е-Э pair and the И-Ы pair instead?
(Sorry for sounding impolite, if it does.)
Because this cyrillization follows the orthography of all Cyrillic Slavic languages, not just Russian.
Then why use Щ for Ś instead of Szcz, when you can use Сь for Ś?
This is my first post, and I will make more.
That would be written as “годнощцьцї”.
Oh i haven't looked at the code and assumed that щ is just ść
Octopus with staff
It’s a lot easier to read lol
just found out how much of a retroflex nightmare polish phonology is 😭 my sad english/spanish phonology brain can't handle it
Polish sz might technically be retroflex, but it’s really not very different from German sch, Italian sci, French/Portuguese ch… Spanish and English are kind of outliers with very fronted ch/sh/j which sound almost palatal to me.
How is dz and dź written?
Circassian part 2
HEY! I CREATED SOMETHING EXTREMELY SIMILAR
Can I see it?
You already put there Ю, Ѩ and Ѭ, why don't add Ѥ instead of Є?
Ђ is cooler than Џ, add it instead
They are not the same thing
The sound they make is the same so they are
They make similar sounds, which makes them different.
What is their difference?
Their etymology and sounds.
Bro.. I'm a serb myself and their sounds are literally the same 😭