@cHr0mChIk you usually can’t pronounce it anyway differently in most cases then like it’s suppose to. It’s closer to perfect than most European scripts, although it would be more perfect if accent marks were written all the time, but that’s unnecessary for native speakers. You obviously have knowledge of linguistics which surpasses mine by far, I guess you studied some Slavic languages or something. Point of my comment was that “ć” always sounds the same in Serbian, at least in standard form, not counting southern dialects where it becomes closer to “tj”. That’s my impression at least, but after reading your comment, I guess I’m probably wrong :smiley: