I'm on the app and my word selection was "do you have a hot younger sister." Good god.
Little sister is commonly used. For older, one also might use big. "this is my big brother."
Try again later. I fiddled with the translations a bit, now it is supposed to work.
This skill is very prone to reject some correct answers from the database.
Ive read elsewhere that есть is often omitted when adjectives,are used, impying that the existence is assumed. Is thid the case, Igor?
Is the pronounciation of 'младшая' here correct? The ш sounds like a ч and I can;t really hear the д '
Surprisingly, a "ch" sound IS a combination of "t" and "sh" (not in Russian, sure, but in English it works).
Why would she be? "Сестра" is the subject of the sentence (grammatically, at least).
But why is "U vas estь mladshaya sestra?" wrong? I put it phonethically (I have no Russian keyboard), and it usually works...
I believe есть is both "is" and the infinitive "to eat". I.e. By there is _. Google: "en wikipedia есть"
Could u use младшее here. I thot it also meant younger. What's the difference between it and младший?
Младший: used with masculine nouns. Младший брат - younger brother.
Младшая: used with feminine nouns. Младшая сестра - younger sister.
Младшее: used with neuter nouns. Младшее... um... well, the only neuter noun that comes to mind is яблоко. Младшее яблоко, younger apple. Though I'm sure that's not really a thing in Russian. :D
You may consider bookmarking en.OpenRussian.org, since it is an online, open-source dictionary that lets you look up words. It has declensions for nouns and adjectives, conjugations for verbs, and stress marks. It's not perfect / not complete, but it is a good start. See here for the dictionary entry for младший: https://en.openrussian.org/ru/младший. Hope it helps!