Accusative form of "ta" is "tę", despite many natives using "tą".
It's very easy to remember actually: tę lampę (Accusative) vs tą lampą (Instrumental).
So is it also correct to use here "tą" ? (even it is feminine noun ?) Thanks.
'even'? "tą" would be used exactly because it's a feminine noun because it's a feminine form. For Instrumental ;)
Let me put it this way: as we are teaching Polish here, we have to be harsh and consider it incorrect. However, an average Polish person wouldn't bat an eye if you used it. Especially that you're a learner. Using "tą" in Accusative may be the single most common mistake Polish people make when speaking their own language.
Live Más, or LICA, I would love to hear why/how you learn languages on another thread..
btw what about "why is that lamp sold"? since I remember a similar construction being accepted on another sentence
Really? Without knowing what exact sentence that was, I can't say, but it seems too much. You can easily say "Dlaczego ta lampa [jest/została] sprzedana?"
Also, removed 'which door' from another sentence, I couldn't answer there. It seemed like an oversight anyway, it only worked in one word order.
well I don't remember what it was exactly but there was third person plural without oni and the Englih passive was accepted; I'll comment here if I find it
there is a way to reply to comments which don't have the "reply" on them: first you reply normally to the previous comment, then when you click post the page reloads and it adds "reply" to the comment that didn't have it ;) then you just copy paste the comment to the right place and delete the original one
btw I will try the google forms if you want
btw is there a way for you to make the answers I've submitted visible for me? because often the 's doesn't get added so then if get the same sentence I can check whether I've reported it already and it just doesn't work or whether it's a new sentence
Yeah, I also thought about it because there were several sentences that were repeated... but I can't think of any way other than you writing the reported things down in some Notepad document or something like that :/
OK, but in that one 'they' is almost certainly impersonal, so in fact it is synonymous with "Where is paper made". Here it almost certainly is just about some people that are selling some lamp they own. If it was "Why does IKEA sell this lamp even though they know that it doesn't work" it would rather be "Dlaczego ta lampa jest w sprzedaży?"
So basically, it made sense to make an exception there, but that doesn't mean that it's worth accepting in any sentence.