Translation:We are ordering tickets for a classical music concert.
Also в. It corresponds to whichever is used for the prepositional case, so:
"at the concert" = "на концерте" == "tickets to the concert" = "билеты на концерт"
"at the theater" = "в театре" == "tickets to the theater" = "билеты в театр"
A lot of things you buy tickets for happen to use на: концерт, спектакль, футбольный матч, самолет, поезд, and more. But you'll see в for театр, кино, цирк, and others.
для, not дла - it would be wrong in this sentence. Для does translate as "for", but it typically has the meaning of utility. You could also use it as in "I bought the ticket for you" (Я купил билет для тебя) - you could also just use the dative (Я купил тебе билет).
Thank you! I wrote this comment a while ago, so I have learned much more since then, but I am still very grateful for any answer to any question, especially a specific answer. And yes, for sake of future comment readings, I will edit my comment. That was just a silly spelling mistake. :)
What case is "билеты на концерт"? Is is accusative given that a masculine noun has not changed?
Yes, accusative. If you're familiar with Monty Python's Life of Brian, there's a good Latin grammar scene where the guard says "that's motion towards, isn't it?..." "accusative, accusative!" Anyways, helps me remember. You can think of this as "a ticket (for admittance) to the concert."
What is the difference between классической музыки and классическая музыка? Why was the first one used and not the other?
The phrase classical music is in genitive (a concert OF classical music)
It's not a music concert that is classical; it's a concert for classical music.
зака́зывать --> so yeah on the second а. For learning purposes it would generally be amazing if there would be an option that shows the words with the accents to indicate the stress, but I guess that would be a lot of work
На + что (accusative because it is a goal of motion) - на концерт + чего (genitive, a concert "of something") - на концерт музыки
I think the case changes since it's a concert "of" classical music ;). Is it.... genitive....?
We have many common words in ❤❤❤❤❤ and farsi чай,билеты,стакан,мышь Are some of them It is so cool for me becuase my mother tongue is farsi