Now I can trigger feminists in Polish too
Can I use kobietę? The singular accusative here?
You can but it is incorrect. It should be genitive, that is "kobiety".
Thanks! (Hopefully, it was clear that I was asking if it would be correct not whether it's literally possible to use that form.) Cheers!
Why is this genitive here instead of accusative? Because of the verb to need which exprims a kind of possession?
'potrzebować' just needs Genitive. You can understand it as "to have a need of", 'of' usually (always?) needs Genitive in Polish.
Yes, speaking generally, genitive is often used to express a lack, or to express the negative. Potrzebuję = nie mam.
Silly question, but why is this included in the "Future" lesson? Not a problem, just a little weird…
Random sentences are added to lessons by the program. (I suppose they are not "random, byt follow unknown algorithm that course contributors have no knowledge of)
I actually like when random sentences show up on some of the lessons. To make sure I have not forgotten what I learned before.
Should we worry about Judgement Day and terminators?
But why do they?