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Is włoską correct? Should it not be włoszkę (Accusative)?
"Włoszka" is an Italian woman. And in Accusative it will actually be "Włoszkę". But it is not an adjective.
English translation is wrong. In English it is never used "I very much like"
I was told by a native that it's "OK, though not the most elegant". It is only an accepted option, not a suggested one.
Yes you're right. It's archaic sounding but correct.
what's wrong with "I like very much the Italian culture"?
I'm afraid that "I like very much" is not a correct word order in English.