What is the difference between this sentence and the following? "Kanapka jest smaczna"
after jest shouldn't we use instrumental? In previous examples I have seen that "Kanapka jest smaczna" is actually the correct form. Means that sometimes after "Jest" we have to use Nominative!
According to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish_phonology#Voicing_and_devoicing some sounds are devoiced at the ends of words
Did y'all add some recent tweaks (maybe Tree 2.0 ideas) to the current tree for this skill. I don't remember "Defining" proper as I am now strengthening the skill nor do I remember the table for byc and the grammar discussion about the instrumental case. Maybe I just missed this the first time?
Not really, the biggest changes we can do without updating the whole tree to Tree 2.0 is adding new sentences, so maybe something is new (but this has clearly been here from the beginning), I also don't think any new T&N have been written as this doesn't make much sense while we're working on 2.0.
Some sentences like "Lew to kot" may even accept "Lions are cats", but I'm not sure if it was a good decision. Anyway, you can easily say "Lwy to koty" in plural.
"Lew to kot" and "Lew jest kotem" mean the same, although the latter is more... descriptive. The first one is kinda like "A lion = a cat".
"This lion is a cat" has to have the word "this" translated, so "Ten lew jest kotem". But then of course all lions are cats, so the sentence is rather strange.