Can someone explain me please, why "Ja słucham muzyki" means "I'm listening TO music" , not "I'm listeting music" . Its a lil bit weird "to music" , dont think ?
Why does the verb here end in '-am' and not '-ię'? If memory serves me right, "to have" was the only verb so far that didn't end in '-ię' for singular, masculine subject. So, does "to listen" happen to follow the same grammar as "to have"? And if there are more verbs in this category, is there a distinct reason as to why they follow a different conjugation scheme?
So far in this course:
Mam = I have
Jem = I eat
Jestem = I am
The "ę" is a nasal vowel and "m" is a nasal consonant - they are historically variants of each other.