What kind of to like is this? As if you think that kids are nice people, nice to eat or what?
Kids are nice to them, it is the same as when people say that they like dogs
Ngl children are a really nice snack
Yes i love eating kids thats why lubię dzieci
Can someone give me the tenses of the likes because they are confusing me
I am trying hard to catch up
Only when you can give them back.
So how would one say "We love children"?
"[My/] kochamy dzieci".
"My kochamy dzieci."
Why "like"? I think "love" is...correctly
Same for me!
We like = lubimy
We love = uwielbiamy / kochamy
How do you pronounce My?
From what I can tell, "y" in Polish is pronounced as [ə] based on the IPA. So, it would be pronounced like "Meh."
The standard way is like at the end of "damage". IPA is /mɨ/. The vowel is closer, so your tongue is closer to the roof of your mouth.
I said little children, isn't that correct
I'm no pro at this but only if they specified if the kids are little with "mali" or that form of meaning then it would be correct, otherwise translate accurately without adding extra words
Actually the right adjective form for "children" is "małe" (the 'not masculine-personal plural'), because the singular word "dziecko" (a child) isn't masculine - it's neuter.