Since when does a dash mean 'is'?! This is positioned like an introduction, in which case we would not use 'is', we would pause and gesture towards the object
yea right? at least they should give the option to leave it out, because its not really clear at all that "is" is needed here
I got the answer right, but what exactly does the dash mean? The one right after Том.
It stands for the present form of the verb "to be" although it is generally not translated into anything, unless it is necessary for the sentence to make sense.
Can someone explain? It should be "Tom - my cat." not "Tom is my cat" example: Ok, so here is my second pet, Tom - my cat
I don't got the difference between кошка and Кот. When should I use one and other?