Hello please add explanations on tips and notes, it is confusing I always have to use another sources to learn it right. A table with explanations in different cases would be great. I didn't understand if demonstratives changes according to cases?
Wow. I had no idea. I've used duolingo here and there but I didn't know the browser versions had those features. That explains a lot lol.
A lot of Polish speak "tą herbtę", but it is incorrect. ą/ę at the end of two words have to match.
"Tę herbatę" here is correct cause the Accusative of ta is tę and of herbata is herbatę. However, I believe it's incorrect to say that ą/ę at the end of two words have to match. A simple example would be "Tę mysz" which presents both words in the Accusative as well.
Indeed. It's all about the case. Ironically, "this tea" is „tę herbatę”, but "that tea" is „tamtą herbatę”! The word-endings often match and it could help you memorize them, but this is not a rule to be followed blindly.
How will it change if we want to refer tht He drinks tea, instead of I drink tea?
On pije tę herbatę - piję i pije would sound the same, because ę at the end of a word is pronounced as e - i.e. ja kręcę ( I spin, turn) first ę is [en] second is [e]. You can assume that Polish are lazy and they dont pronounce ' , ' in ą ę at the end of words [joke].
"Herbata" is a feminine noun.
"ta herbata" [Nominative] → "tę herbatę" [Accusative]
Yes, there are two forms - "ten" and "tego": https://www.duolingo.com/skill/pl/Demonstrative-pronouns
This particular kind of tea, probably. Or even this cup of tea. This is an early stage of the course, there's not much area to move around, some sentences are bound to be a bit weird.