Obviously he's studying to be an architect!
(Лошадь does imply either generic horse or specific mare/female horse right? Stallion is something else? жеребец? So it functions much like like кошка(кот)?)
From what i understand, if we say “Зачем в школе лошадь?” it means usually, there is no horse in the school, and we wonder why there is a horse. but if we say. “Зачем лошадь в школе ?” it means, it a horse we know, and we wonder what it is doing at school.
have I got this right ?
chatting with my wife over this statement and statements like this in general I am caught betwixt and between about them. I can see that we are being exposed to random statements and this should help us be ready for any words thrown at us, but the next thought is would not it be better to have statements that at least have some decent frequency of use? How many times in a lifetime would one come across this statement? It would be great if at least the first half of ANY course focussed on statements that had a high usage factor. But then again, maybe there will be a bunch of cossaks riding around that one encounters on a regular basis