"I know a famous writer."
Translation:Znam sławną pisarkę.
One is masculine and the other femenine acording to a pooish native speaker and she says that the diference is noticed in the declination but i do kot know what are the rules neither tha cases on these sentences :s. If somebody can explain that it would be useful and ill be gratified :)
Hi Jellei! I've noticed that in Duolingo the moderators (and others) occasionally use the word "declination" instead of "declension". My research is as follows:-
"Declination is downward movement. A road on the side of a hill declines (or inclines, depending on the direction of travel) at the angle of the hill.
In any language, the inflectional change of nouns, pronouns, adjectives is called declension. The inflectional change of verbs is called conjugation."
What do you think? :)