Perhaps it is the use of 'tasty'? For months I have been deciding not to comment on it, and it may be just that it is adopted as an umbrella word, but we wouldn't use 'tasty' of juice (or apples...). It's for savoury things. Sometimes we would need to say 'delicious'....
I agree, "delicious" would make it sound less innuendous (yes, this is a real word :)), but that would rather be "pyszny". Not sure if this word is taught in this course, though.
Sometimes smaczny and sometimes scmaczne. Could anyone explain about this one?
depends on the case and a word described. Adjective has to match gender and case with a noun ot describes.
here you have sok-sing. masculine not animated, adjective=nominative, so you have smaczny = sing. masculine nominative=sing. masculine accusative for not animated masculine nouns
smaczne is either neuter or plural not masculine personal
Is this not second person plural? I wrote you all have to distinguish from second person singular and was inccorect.
Can we learn "refreshing" instead of "tasty" when it comes to "juice", and possibly "the" and not "your"? Look at all the silly pervy commentary.
Tasty vs Refreshing. They mean different things. A drink can be tasty yet not very refreshing, or vice versa. Stout and water being examples of each.