Moderator Mar 5, 2013, 01:15am #
Paulina explained that the"r"-sound in a word such as "gorzka", for example, is indeed pronounced, only not trilled:-) In fact, this "r", even to my non-native ears, is definitely audible, merely it elides, that is, it glides, into the consonant immediately following. Then again, as in any nearly every language, there will be regional or dialect pronunciations which vary from a consistent standard, Kraków vs. Warszawa, for example. The most I've been guilty of is the occasional misspelling, that's allLOL
As regards your English, Wulkan, while I'd never contend that I know Polish as an educated native speaker, you, by definition a non-native English speaker, make many though not terrible mistakes in English. I've hesitated in correcting them as this is above all a POLISH language forum and to treat it otherwise would be outside the purvue of PF! Please keep to the topic, folks.