grammar. Polish nouns take different forms depending on their function in sentence and which verb or pronoun they follow.
Pomidora is genitive= accusative (those are most common cases for direct objects)
Pomidor is nominative. (it is a subject ot the above sentence)
Just a note: some native speakers(me, for example;) ) use "pomidor" for accusative instead.(and I think that is actually the norm prescribed by RJP, not that it matters that much)
Surely saying "Tomatoes are tasty" would be more grammatically correct.
the pronunciation of the teacher is misleading, she says smaczne when it should be smaczny
Can't we say "Tomato is tasty."? If we are globally speaking about how good tomato is?