My god. Why the f**k did people dislike this comment? What is so offensive in it?
Thanks, Lupusr. I was wondering the same thing myself. Guess people have no sense of humor. For whatever reason, I've seen more dislikes by far in the Polish module than the other languages I'm studying. Sad.
I've noticed that there too. Maybe when a module is new, it's like that, for whatever reason.
It is Nominative, but you can tell only from the case "wino" has, and the function they have in sentence- subject. "Jej" does not change with cases, ("jego" -his, its and "ich"-their also do not change )
Everything you've written here is right.
But here, "jej" simply means "her", and the subject is "her wine".
I do not know for sure, but let's translate a dictionary :
1) dobry pracownik - a good worker - The one that is just like they should be or are expected to be and thus positively seen/graded./judged by the speaker
2) dobry uniwersytet, dobry ród a good university, a good family/house - the one that is high quality or is high in hierarhy
3a) dobry człowiek - good man/human/person - the one that is kind/friendly, acts fairly and justly
3b) dobry charakter- good character/personality/nature - the one that is characteristic for the person that is kind/friendly, acts fairly and justly
4 dobry znajomy - good acquaintance ( good mate) - one that you are in close relationship
5 dobry okres - good period (of time) - one in that has more positive aspects
6) dobra opinia - good opinion/reputation - the one that contains approbation
7) dobry kawałek drogi - ( literally good piece/bit of road/way - a long way ) - having the amount that the speaker sees as considerable.
I think the number 3 can be translated to kind sometimes
Obviously my sentence "Her wine is fine" is even better than "Her wine is good". 1.Good = fine 2.Fine rhymes with wine
On the mobile version why do we have Acc, Gen and Nom abbreviations etc? Are they supposed to be used, or just a guide?
These are grammar notes. If you encounter them in the puzzle exercise, just ignore them.