Does "Twoi" rhyme with "boy"? If so, is there a reason why it's "Twoi" and not "Twoj"?
It does Is it wrong in polosh if i say Macie kota but i say " I have a cat " in english? It does. Just badic english there. Keep this in mind:
I speak You speak He/She/It speaks
We speak You speak They speak
Why is "are speaking" ot correct in this case only "speak". I thought it depends on the contexts which is missing here
There's a report that is almost certainly yours and it says "your men are speaking on polish".
1st- What if i want to use" trocha" Then should i say " trochę mówią po polsku"? 2nd- Can you please give me an example to the word " trochy" as a plural in accusative/nominative case?
Mówię trochę po polsku = I speak a little Polish. "trochę" is an adverb, the ending doesn't change. So, plural: Mówią trochę po polsku = they speak a little Polish.
It's frustrating when it turn out to be a test of knowledge in English. Does it really matter if i answer "speak" or "speaks"?
Is that a serious question? How can we accept an answer that is obviously wrong on a very basic level? This is a language learning site, after all. And the tree "Polish for English speakers" also serves as a so-called reverse tree for Polish people learning English.