Okay, this was where I started having a really hard time in Russian. What is accusative, how does it work, and when do I use it? This has always been so confusing to me.
In short - Acc. denotes direct object of action in a sentence (I read a book, We saw a dog, She bought a new dress, she sings a song.). If there is a preposition between a verb and a noun (He sings without a microphone) - that is an indirect object and a different case is needed, depending on a preposition.
Acc. is very common in Ukrainian and considered a relatively simple case.
Я люблю рибу
Мій друг читає книгу
Вона купила хліб
Ми пили вино
Ти бачив Вікторію?
Wrote exactly the same as the correct answer. Do not understand what happened. Wrote: Вона любить воду.
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