The one time I don't think яблоки is plural... It actually is!
This is really hard without the notes provided by the web version. :(
i kinda figured from context it meant plural but i did find it weird how this sentence was included in the Genitive lesson when it doesnt use genitive
Exactly what context can you specify please...I don't hear the difference between яблока and яблоки...
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Wtf!! I put, "You are eating apples and drinking milk." Should this not be accepted?
Because accusative answers the question "what", like "what do you eat?" "I eat apples" in this case яаблока is accusative
Is there a different form of verbs for saying something like "I eat" or "I am eating" or are they the same?
Correct solutions: «««• You are eating apples and are drinking milk.»»»
Is that really correct. It does not sound well.
Yeah, I feel like "You are eating apples and drinking milk" is more grammatically correct.
Sorry, my mistake. For the imperative you have to change both verbs:
ешь яблоки и пей молоко
It's just a coincidence that the imperative form of есть corresponds with the 2nd person singular
Wow. I put «You are eating apples and drink milk.» and got marked incorrect (because it has to apparently be both eating and drinking in the same sentence or eat and drink, rather than you eat A and are drinking M, rather than you are eating A and drink M). Oh the flexibility of contextual-translations...