What is the difference between "wasze" and "wasi"? Wasn't "wasze" meant for objects rather than for people?
Wasi - masculine personal plural
Wasze - everything else plural
Maybe this is a stupid question, but what exactly are personal nouns and how do you identify them? I haven't seen this explained here I think.
Personal nouns are those referring to people: boys, men, fathers, brothers, male doctors, male nurses, etc. are masculine personal plural nouns
And just to be completely clear -- there isn't an equivalent for groups of women: sisters, mothers, engineers, presidents? Such groups use 'wasze'?
Exactly! Just as luless said above
Usually "you guys" helps me to understand wasze and wasi but "you guys's" wasn't accepted - i know its very colloquial but i think it helps understanding
Perhaps just too colloquial....