Wouldn't "The girls are seeking a dog" also be correct?
"Seek" is a slightly old-fashioned word. People know what it means, but it isn't used much in ordinary conversation.
That's grammatically correct, it just sounds a little odd in English... I wish I could explain further. A native speaker would never use the verb 'to seek' here.
the robot voice sounds /ps a/
Is the dog in the 2nd or 4th case when using szukic?
Second, the genitive (dopełniacz).
Only if you play the game , Hide and seek .
This sentence in czech is sooo soo baad
English native speakers do not use the verb "to seek" often?
I don't know about that, but it sure works. I think most would go with 'search for' or 'look for', though.