"Ten pomidor jest smaczny."
Translation:This tomato is tasty.
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Don't confuse grammatical gender with "to be masculine/feminine"! It's the same with e.g. le/la in French or der/die/das in German. All nouns with the "le" article in French are not "masculine" by their essence. There IS not even a neutral grammatical gender in that language, only masculine (le) or feminine (la) grammatical gender!
Yes, it is true you have excellent voices, except one, too fast, and swallowing some important consonants/words. just a small example , on je jablko. You do not hear the je. for small sentences it is ok, but if there are long sentences. I will provide one of the sentences if I encounter a situation like this. Thank you for your kind response.
Nothing in this sentence is in Instrumental.
I understand that you could expect Instrumental after "jest", but that only happens if after "jest" you have a noun (or a noun phrase). If it's just an adjective, the case stays unchanged.
And "this tomato" is the subject of the sentence, so regardless of what comes after, this definitely takes Nominative: "ten pomidor".