In feminine singular accusative, adjective declension has -ą and noun declension has -ę. Tę is an exception.
In feminine singular instrumental, both adjective declension and noun declension have -ą.
Thanks, I guess sometimes there just isn't any shortcut to just learning declensiontables by heart.
Does the presence of the ? mean it is 'do you'? Or am i missing something else which creates the question in the grammar?
Yes, exactly. Or you can start the sentence with "czy" to make it clear that it's a yes/no question.
Well, they are different forms. "kobietę" is Accusative singular. "kobiety" is: Nominative/Accusative plural, and also Genitive singular (most feminine nouns have those three forms identical). So you need to know which case is needed by which verb/preposition/construction.
I thought i read in previous comments on another excercise that tamtą isnt a word/correct?
That may have been about "tamtę", because people could expect such a form (to match the -ę ending of the feminine noun) but it indeed doesn't exist.
"tamtą" is definitely the correct Accusative feminine form.