James Revan wrote:
I avoided that - it somehow just didn't look right.
You did well here.
Each language allows some consonnat clusters while others are not allowed. Neither English nor Polish are exceptions in this regard.
For instance in: ñ³
(above) the ñ³
is not possible in Polish.
Additionally, some consonant/vowels combinations (such as "æê") do not occur in Polish.
Bottom line, the challenge of the original post is not an exercise in the Polish pronounciation.