English part is wrong, should be: "Don't you like this soup?"
This is an accepted answer.....
In spoken language both are correct
"You do not like green eggs and ham?"
(One of my all time favourites! ;)
My Polish grandmother at literally every meal I eat slowly
Why 'tej' and not 'tego' ?
"zupa" is feminine, so "ta" in Nominative. "lubić" takes Accusative: "tę". negated Accusative turns into Genitive: "tej".
I thought it was tę. :/ thanks!
Shouldn't there be a ty (you) at the start?
You could add it (for emphasis) but it's not necessary. In Polish the information about the person is already carried in the form of the verb.
"You do not like this soup?" i guess it needs to be corrected to "Do not you like this soup?" if it is a question
Not at all; it's an accepted answer.
Rejected "Czy nie lubisz tej zupa?" Does this just sound weird in Polish, or is it grammatically wrong?
There is no case agreement in your sentence, zupa is nominative and tej is genitive. Both must be genitive.