In Serbian this would mean She is an apple :-D
When I say jabłko, I remember яблоко and I feel like I'm saying the Russian one with something in my mouth that's preventing my tongue to touch the upper part of my mouth to make the л sound ;D ;D it's just weird hahaha
Same XD so glad I know russian
Yea, they are pretty similar, but the polish "jabłko" will look like "ябько" (or sth like that, coz everyone will read it different way)
You can ask me everything because I'm from Poland and I know this language. Don' t worry, even polish people ( children the most) have got many problems with their language.
Im American so do you know any easy Polish words?
Is true that the polish talk fluent polish in the 16 years
Please give me the congugations of Jem
jem, jesz, je, jemy , jecie, jedzą
She is eating an apple or she eats an apple ?
In polish it will mean exactly the same
Is "jabłko" here accusative? And it is written the same in nominative?
yyes it is accusative, and it looks and sounds like nominative. this is the rule for all the neuter nouns.
I said he eats an apple, SO CLOSE!
on, and ona sounds the same xd