I'd say it functions more as a nounless adjective. The correct noun form for red would be „czerwień”.
It doesn't 'need' the nouns, we just have them. Using them seems sophisticated, also I guess it would not be surprising to find the nouns on cans of paint :)
red = czerwony / czerwień
green = zielony / zieleń
black = czarny / czerń
white = biały / biel
Surprisingly, I think there are nouns for all basic colours, but not for the basic concept of 'blue'.
- blue = niebieski / ?????
But for its most basic shades, there are nouns:
dark blue = granatowy / granat
light blue = błękitny / błękit
This is funny as "granat" would be more a dark red in german.
Blue is a very special color. Many languages didn't have a concept of blue. They had a word for the color of the sky, of the ocean, or of cornflowers but not general blue. This was "invented" by the germanic people. At least one good thing they brought to the countries they invaded. g
It should be alright. Although "lubić" probably fits more into long-term liking than one specific moment liking. Or maybe it is just me.
Sorry if I didn't understand your question fully, but I'll try to answer.
I believe that the name of the color comes from the Slavic word for worm – „czerw” (which in Polish it more specifically means a maggot). They might have been used for producing red paint in the past. There is also another Polish word for red – „rudy”, which mostly refers to the color of one's hair.
Oh... I;m sorry with these problems XD Sorry, but I was ill writting this XD THX btw :3
Either one is good.
I guess over time we had developed a fallback mechanism to allow adjective forms in these situations. Like with yellow, „żółć” would be ambiguous here, so I would just say „żółty”.
What is wrong with "You like red?", if that is unacceptable, how would I say "You like red?"
Well, I think such a question is only correct if it shows surprise: "What? You like red? How can anyone possibly like red?" - and the Polish one can be used in such a context. So ok, added.
Sounds fine to me, but as I know that many learners have a problem distinguishing Y and E, and both can make sense on their own, I guess I can disable the audio exercises.
your question is not complete, it does not make sense the way it stands