These noun cases are driving me nuts... I keep confusing them with plurals
The first time I wrote the cats drink water and it said I was wrong. The second time I wrote cats drink the water, and it said I was wrong. Both times it said to write the opposite. What is up with that?
A new case, accusative. It might help to get your hands on a brief russian grammar book or cheat sheet whilst doing these exercises so that you can get a better explanation and understanding of the grammar. Slavic grammar is substantially different to that of germanic and romance languages. Strangely, having learnt Latin and Ancient Greek might be of help.
But isnt it that you modify the noun only when it isn't inanimate? Just like you dont modify дерево
The pronunciation when you hover over пьют is not good - it sounds more like пьёет. That's just a problem with the computer voice, of course, but the word sounds more like "pee-yewt"