WOW this is the first time I EVER see a word for tea that's neither some form of chai or tea.
Why is the answer for questions with tea sometimes have herbata and sometimes have herbatę?
Did you figure this out? I cannot find the answer via Google.
Herbata (nominative) when it's the subject of the sentence and herbatę (accusative) when it's the object.
Why does it sound like "kerbata" when you click on herbata, but if you listen to the whole sentence it's "herbata"? Is it a mistake?