Why not "is there honey"? Different word for there in that context?
is the honey there translating to as if there is honey? or if we have honey?
Umm, I am not really sure what you're asking about, but in short, the meaning of this sentence is not "Is there honey / Do we have honey?", it is asking "Is honey there?" as opposed to "Is it here?" or "Is it not there?"
if there is honey?
if there is honey?
this is the correct translation
do Ukrainians use мед там for both asking and saying?
Yes, it depends on intonation
Is it actual honey or "honey" as in someone you love?
How do you distinguish "Is THE honey there?" and "Is honey there?"
My thought was that it did not matter how you translate it, as Ukrainian has no regular articles like English!
So how do you ask if there is honey there, like in any honey at all?
Both translation variants, with "the" and without, are correct and accepted. In Ukrainian we distinguish the meanings by the context.
I think honey is uncoutable, so it needs a amount like "some".
Not sure how to tell the difference between a Q or a statement?
I am a spanish native speaker so when I read the Ukrainian word "мед" I read it like MED and not like it is in ukrainian.
How I can solve this problem? Somebody can help me?
Could this also be a statement (The honey is there.), or is the placement of "honey" before "is there" the cause for it being a question? How would I write "The honey is there."?
How would you say 'Is there honey?'? 'there' being anywhere at all that is. Because that seems to me to be a more common question in daily life.
without the question mark: could this also mean "the honey is there"?
The English seems weird to me. I'd say: Is the honey there?
"The honey is there?" worked fine.
Yes, we use honey as a term of affection in English.
Sounds a bit naughty :)
Where is word "over"?
Why it cannot be " is hiney there"
Why "honey is there" is right when ii is not asking the question about where honey is
How come you can split the meaning of "TAM" and put the word honey in between?? I am really confused