After doing a duolingo course, i never want to see a cookie again :D
XD you deserve the lingot i just gave you
or just simply the elderly which explains all of the "Starzy ludzie"
thank you for the kind reply
I feel I'm getting old :D:D
In my case "My grandma Makes cookies and I'm eating them" -v-
Amazing. I have duo plus yet I am getting none of these clues or lessons. I wasted myy money.
I wonder when you wrote this... and i wonder how you are doing now?
Isn't ciastezcka the singular? Why isn't it ciastezcki (if that's even the correct plural for cookies)? I'm struggling with these plurals.
The plural in this lesson is "ludzie" (the people), which has the "starzy" in front, because the word people is defined as masculine.
"Ciasteczka" is already the plural form of cookie.
The singular is "ciasteczko".
why not "stare"?
"ludzie" includes male people in the word's definition, so it's grammatically masculine personal. The masculine personal version of "stary" is "starzy".
If you had only women here, it would be not masculine-personal: stare kobiety.
can I use humans instead of people?
I think that would sound very weird, as if you were from another planet and you were treating "humans" as just one of the races in the universe.
It can be cuz this is planet duolingo
Why can't you say "animal cookies"? No one ever told you what type of cookies they are...
The fact that no one told us the type of cookies seems like a good reason to not accept any particular type of cookies but just the general term.
Are you referring to animal crackers or unconventional pain relief?
Why is " Old people eating cookies" incorrect?
Because it's not a sentence, at least unless you add "are".