does that mean for any negated verb, the would be accusative pronoun is changed? is "she/her" just irregular?
If a verb that took Accusative is negated, then it takes Genitive instead.
Other cases don't change when negated.
Yes, it is accepted. Emphasizes "my" by... well, by using it, but it's definitely correct.
It's a bit like "- Everybody loves her! - Pfff... We don't love her."
Because "like" and "love" are totally different. If you tell your girlfriend that you like her... well, I don't think that she will be happy.
Can I ask, why did you try that? I still don't understand why some people mix loving and liking, what linguistic reasons are behind that... because I've seen this several times already and I'm just curious.
I guess it's possible to confuse the uses of любить and lubić if you speak Russian natively.
Perhaps, I just assumed that DarlingCthulhu is not Russian, seeing the Russian course flag next to the nick.
As you may know, Russian doesn't have this distinction. Любить changes its meaning depending on context. Maybe people have this problem, because the lexical distinction doesn't exist in a number of languages?
That's why I asked, assuming that DarlingCthulhu is not Russian - seeing the Russian course flag next to the nick.
When is Nie 'I' and when is Nie 'We'. I cant seem to figure. It keeps changing. :-(
Nie is neither I nor We, that changes depending on the ending of the word love