"Those apples are tasty."
Translation:Tamte jabłka są smaczne.
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The two Polish plural forms are masculine personal (a group of people containing at least one male) and non-masculine personal, as in, everything else (women, animals, pizza toppings...).
Tamci is the masculine personal demonstrative pronoun, so it doesn't apply here.
When English uses "those" and not "these".
I mean, actually it is natural to translate "those" as "te" as well. It works more or less like that: [these/those/those] = [te/te/tamte]. So "tamte" is a bit more like "those ones over there". But in order to teach it, we simply translate it to "those".