Translation:Big women, big men and big children
I hope they make notes on plurals beacuse because I am getting a little confused
I'd love to see notes on plurals - so far it seems that conjugations are very regular, but still, the same type of gender and grammar charts they had for the cases would rock! I've been saving screencaps of each as flashcards, of sorts.
Also, is this something where Animacy is going to come into play?
Actually, with plurals, personhood comes into play rather than animacy. There are two genders in plural (oni and one): one is for groups containing at least one male person, and the other is for groups without any male persons. (You have probably figured this out by now since you are further along the tree but I am commenting in case it will help someone else.)
I would love to see more items like this that have several genders, cases, verb conjugations, etc. side by side for comparison and contrast. These really help me remember the systematic differences without having to go through the full boredom and isolation of grammar tables.
This is masculine personal, which is a subset of masculine gender that appears only in the plural.
Rules for forming masculine personal plural nominative forms of adjectives are actually non-trivial, so just remember the forms for now. Maybe the creators will fill out the notes later.
How come "duże" is neuter but "duzi" is masculin?
And is it "duzi" and not "dużi"
Duże, is neuter. Duzi is plural masculine personal. Duży is singular masculine. When there is an i after a z, it changes the sound of the z to a ź. That's why you don't need a mark on the z.
Still didn't get the rule. In Ukrainian we don't have such a rule for masculine personale. Is is refers to all cases of plural masculine forms in Polish?
«Оні,» це коли в групі є один чоловік чи один хлопчик. «Оне,» це коли в групі немає жодного чоловіка, жодного хлопчика.