No. Okulary is reading glasses or sunglasses, the thing you wear before your eyes to change the way you see. (always plural, okular is a part of microscope, or telescope)
Szklanka is the thing you drink from, like a mug but made of glass, and often without handle.
sing genitive= nominative plural= plural accusative szklanki (not a rule but often happens with feminine nouns)
sing accusative szklankę
dzięki for the links, Declination of nouns and all the words that modify them is difficult to remember. I bookmarked the links and this resource will help a lot better than the book I've been using.
I am totally LOST!!! MIEC is Accusative. What is "szklanek"? is it plural Accusative??? yeesh!!!
Yes, "mieć" takes Accusative, but one cannot forget that what takes Accusative in a positive sentence, needs Genitive when negated. So "szklanek" is plural Genitive.
i understand that this has to be genitive plural because it it negated but why it has ending - k? i do not have this in my list of endings... thank you!
According to mowicpopolsku.com, it's not even exactly an ending, rather just a stem plus a vowel change. See here: http://mowicpopolsku.com/polish-grammar/cases/genitive/#noun-plural-feminine
Also, while this website is generally fantastic, I have to note that there are still 5 mistakes in the Genitive neuter singular section.