"Have you taken your wallet?"
1, Portfel is inanimate, it has accusative=nominative
- the category name is unfortunate, it does not teach you how to translate English Present Perfect to Polish, but teaches about Perfective verbs in the past tense. (which most often relate to Present Perfect, but can also translate to Past Perfect and Past Simple). (depending on sentence and context)
Polish does not have a "Past Perfect" tense that describes a past action taking place before other past event. There was such construction "zrobiłem byłem/zrobiłem był" but it is not used anymore.
Thank you for clarifying. Russian doesn't have it either. That makes sense. And the shortcut for declension of direct objects in Russian is (in Polish)
I had to ask because so much declension in Russian, in similar phrases to Polish, has fallen out of use where in Polish it "still" declines. I am unsure of the actual rules. DL only teaches through practice, not much grammar taught here
Yeah, you could say "Wziąłeś portfel?" for sure and mean "your wallet".
As for "Wzięłyście portfel?", I think it makes more sense than "Wzięłyście swój portfel?" because we can read it as "the wallet" rather than "your wallet" and the plural part doesn't seem so strange anymore, they were supposed to take some specific wallet.