Interesting. Didn't know that czy could be used to mean "or". I'm familiar with lub and albo.
"czy" is often used in questions,
When would you use "albo"?
in a statement. When only one is possible..
"Czy" has not been introduced to mean "or." It's only been used as as a clarifier that a yes/no question immediately follows. It should at the very least be highlighted purple because it's essentially new vocabulary
We can't change this in the current course, but it has already been changed in the upcoming course update.
Thank you. Yes.
Could "bin" should be included as kosz as is, or is it necessary to state in full "kosz do śmieci" to mean bin or dustbin?
Wait, I speak polish myself,but, "Kosz" means trash or trash can. But it can be used as basket.
Is kosz related to the word koszula at all?
Why didn't "Is this a box or a basket" work?
I entered "kos´" (i.e. without "z", otherwise correct) and did not get a hint that this is not correct. This could (and should) be improved.