What fish eats sandwiches????
The question is what we know about Polish, not what we know about fish and sandwiches.
Polish fish do!
Any fish, if I drop my sandwich into our pond it will be eaten by fish youth (what's the proper name?) immediately.
This is a world in which krab je ciasteczka. At this point we don't ask such questions.
In Spanish Duolingo bears drink beer. This sandwich-eating fish does not surprise me. I bet he's eating a ruben with plenty of sauerkraut. #polishfish
What a weird fish
Sandwich with fish?)))
No, sandwich for fish
is that the small fish which is evil ;)
Im really confused, does it matter if its "is eating" or "eats" if it does can someome explain it because this confuses me
Both are possible translations of the Polish. Polish doesn't have a separate -ing form like English does.
My favourite 'DuoLingo-ism' so far; it's my go-to when I meet anyone Polish for the first time :D
My first guess was "that fish is in a sandwich"
"jest w kanapce" :)
For some languages that would be "is a sandwich", yeah.
Should it be "tamto" ryba ( neuter)? Tamta" is "feminine
Yes, tamta is feminine; that's why you need it, since ryba is feminine, like most nouns ending in -a.
Someone found Pudge the fish!