Now there's an evocative image - I'm imagining a big lake girded by deep forest! ;)
you've studied lots of languages!
I may be slightly addicted! Though I'm only really consistently studying the Slavic languages and Esperanto :)
Swim toward a forest? Is it possible? I am definitely not ironic!
I figured it out with a bit of thought and the context of all the lake near the forest sentences in the lessons of this skill, but my first interpretation was indeed about a land shark.
I'm also imagine some kind of beast struggling in the mud towards the forest. Maybe because I'm living in a desert or maybe I want to think that in order to not pay a visit to a shrink
It could also be an underwater forest.
isn't "плыву" in future tense?
Плыть isn't perfective -- just in case that is what was tripping you up. Both плыть and плавать are imperfective. I still get confused by this sometimes.
No, it's just the normal first person singular conjugation of плыть.
Who writes these hilariously abstract sentences
Why cannot I use "toward"? What is the difference between "toward" and "towards"?
toward is American towards is British
It should have the stress on the second part of the word лесу so it should be like лесý ( ' ) is the stress
@arnis02. Лесу should not have the stress on the second syllable as that would be the locative, here you need the dative after the preposition 'к' which has the stress on the first syllable
Там нет слова towars
Technically a grammatical sentence, but it sounds very awkward, indeed.
Seems like a reasonable daily activity.