Why is it wygodnego? I thought the nego bit was for animate things like people (or a tomato). Dzieki
"szukać" takes Genitive.
The animate/inanimate difference only matters for masculine nouns in Accusative.
Why are some of the prases spoken so fast? We old timers and I'm sure the ones studying the language, can't grasp, the meaning of what is being said. I certainly have problems with some.
This one was so fast that the only way I could understand was by using the slow version. My daughter speaks that fast in English and I miss half of what she says.
Ah! It got me! Technically, writing, that is.... This sentence was counted wrong because I didn’t capitalize the first word. https://www.dropbox.com/s/lnw1p5f1o8vew6m/Photo%20Sep%2021%2C%206%2000%2044%20PM%20%281%29.png?dl=0
when listening, how can you tell the difference between 'y' and 'e'. honestly they sound the same and it's frustrating when the system tags me incorrect when i use 'y' instead of 'e' in some words and 'e' instead of 'y'.
It just takes practice, I guess? I often have problems with that too, it really isn't easy to distinguish the two sounds if you're not used to them. But they can't accept 'y' in place of 'e' and vice versa, because there is a difference between them, even if we can't hear it so well yet. And it's an important difference too, just think about adjective declension.