What case is chłopca in? I know the genitive would be chłopiec.
It's accusative. And the genitive is not "chłopiec" but "chłopca" as well.
Chłopiec is the nominative form of the noun.
Rather weak audio. Difficult to spell what you can barely HEAR !!
Mi veedjeemy hwoptsa :-)
Nice! I always have a hard time explaining cases to people, even this polish girl i live with! Usually i use the example "the dog threw the ball" and "the ball threw the dog" and have people explain the difference to me
It says "Widzimy chłopca" is incorrect. Fix it
What is the different between "chłopca "and " chłopiec." ?
Think of it as chłopiec is "he," and chłopca as "him".
"chłopca" is the accusative form of "chłopiec." The accusative form being used here because the noun (boy) is having something done to it (being seen).
Usually they just look at me like im drunk or somethinh hahh
what would "we see a child" be translated?