I'm having a little trouble with questions, or maybe it's the tts software. How does one distinguish between a statement and a question? Inflection?
Am I hearing this right that the stress shifts from "wídzisz" to "widzísz" (accent marking the stress)? Is "ich" a clitic or something, or am I mishearing?
jej=her ( possesive pronoun and genitive/dative "ona", ) ich= their/them ( possesive pronoun ,genitive "oni/one", accusative "oni" )
It says Ich means "Them" and "It" but wont accept "Do you see it?" Is there something i missed?
not related to this question, but I was wondering if you want to say something like "its power", do you use "jego" instead of "its" or is there another word for it?
It would be dependent on the grammatical gender of the Polish word for the specific thing you have in mind.
If "it" is a car, which is masculine in Polish (samochód), then "its power" = "jego moc". Same if the noun is neuter (urządzenie = device). If "it" is "a machine" (maszyna, feminine), then "its power" = "jej moc".