Why "He is eating a bread" is wrong?
Because "bread" is generally uncountable, so you shouldn't use "a" with it.
Why is there no -m in "Je?"
Ja jem = I eat,
on je= he eats
you - krutochuvak - eat= ty jesz
you - krutochovak and his friend eat = wy jecie
we eat= my jemy
they eat = oni/one jedzą
I appreciate this post, but I still don't quite understand why there's no m.
because JE without "m" is a form of verb "jeść" for a third person singular in present tense.
Jem, with m is a form of verb "jeść" for a first person singular in present tense.
Is there a difference between using "On je chleb" and "On jedzie chleb"?
I answered it in another comment, "jedzie" is a completely different verb ;)
You can barely hear the woman's recorded voice - even with the volume up full blast.
Czy możesz to naprawić? Będę wdzięczna.
We can't really do anything about the audio, I'm afraid. We can only block audio exercises if the pronunciation is wrong.
The female voice over for this text sounds like "On i chleb".
Snad by mělo být "he eats a bread"
Obávám se, že tady nemluvíme česky. Mohu vám však říci, že „He eats a bread“ není v angličtině gramaticky správná věta.
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am i okay to pronounce the B as an English P?
The so-called 'final devoicing' makes the 'b' sound like a 'p' indeed.
Why is "He is eating a bread" wrong?