Is this accusative or genitive (because of the negation)? The hint shows only accusative...
That is beacuse silly google does not "see" ą.
It's like some algorithm would see car and can as the same word because r and n look similar.
wąs is mustache.
It seems the algorithm was taught to recognise words that have diacritic marks omitted, but it sometimes overdo it.
Can someone explain the sentence structure in this please? Would "Ona nie kocha was" be incorrect?
I believe word order is very free in Polish but that the order given is considered the 'natural' one. Hopefully a native speaker can confirm...
As a native speaker, I confirm - "Ona was nie kocha" is more common. You can say "Ona nie kocha was" if you want to emphasise that she doesn't love YOU (but love sb else)
No, it's only plural. Singular would be: Ona ciebie nie kocha
and polite singular form: Ona pana/pani nie kocha.