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An alternative to the "language keyboard" approach is the compose-key approach, exemplified by the inexpensive program "Accent Composer" (which I have used for decades), and also available in a number of open source versions for Windows, listed here. Accent Composer and AllChars use a "hotkey" (I don't know the other 3, I assume ...


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There are no male or female accents in Polish. The way words are pronounced by men and women is exactly the same. If you are hearing differences in how men and women speak Polish, then I would assume it's just you. It certainly is true that individual people pronounce certain sounds slightly differently, but it is not a gender characteristic. Also, in your ...


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In theory, the IPA symbol ɲ is a palatal nasal stop, which means there's a complete closure blocking airflow through the mouth (near the palate), and all the airflow is exclusively through the nose. j̃ on the other hand is a nasalized palatal approximant, meaning there's no complete closure, so there is some airflow through the mouth as well as the nose. In ...


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