Is there a simple way to know when to use ś vs sz for the verb? Like in "You ARE......" it's "jesteś" but for "You LIKE...." it's "lubisz". Based on the jesteś I intuitively tried lubiś and got it wrong since it uses "sz". Is it because of the last letter in the verb before the suffix or is it more complicated?
Exactly. But why on earth are case abbreviations and words like "masc" and "plural" always included in these exercises?
Can you just let people make their own preferences known rather than enforcing it on them? Jheez
Both vowels ó and u are pronounced the same and the difference between them is purely orthographic, which is not rarely a struggle even for Polish people. There are some general principles to follow, but there are many exceptions which you just have to learn and remember.
The former is the plural second person, much like "y'all," and the latter is the singular second person, "you."
How is it not 'Ty lubie Mleko'? - I dont understand the grammar just yet
'like' changes whether its me, you, him/her, we, they or you(s). All verbs do.
'do you like milk?' is wrong. Correct answer is 'you like milk.' Not sure I agree with this - could someone point me in the right direction of where I am going wrong?
Just the ? Is the difference. No ? In the polish so it is a statement in this case. When speaking the question is inflected.
Oh god, why is it soooo hard to make a difference between you and me (they,us)