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|Quoting ChicagoFlyer (Reply 6):|
Second as far as "e" vs "ye" goes, we are getting into the limits of transliterating cyrillic with Latin letters . The standalone Russian "e" is indeed pronouced "ye". But when following a consonant, it is pronounced "e", but the consonant itself changes its own sound, thus becoming "softer", a l' vs l sound so to speak. But "lev" does not become "lyev"!
|Quoting OwlEye (Reply 9):|
Tu204, I disagree about your comment that Ilyushin doesn't have a logo: