I can't help but think it as a "clock" and a "baby clock"... would you think this would be a good way to remember, even if it is a little incorrect?
Yeah, sure :) After all, zegarek is in fact a diminutive, even if it went on to become a separate word.
Not really on subject, but adding -ek to the end of a word make is a cute, little word, right? Is it different for different genders? Sorry, but I couldn't find it on the Google and this seems like an acceptable place ask.
Simplifying, it would be -ek for masculine, -ka for feminine, and -ko for neuter... but that doesn't apply for all words.
For the first time today a new format has come up while using Duolingo. It no longer shows the words that are coming up, and no longer gives the opportunity to test out of a lesson. Is this now the way the lessons will be presented? Did I go to a different part of the lesson? Don't know where else to ask these questions..