Is the L with a slash pronounced like an L in english? And does Polish have a non-slashed L?
Why we use both, my and mamy
My = we Mamy = we have
So it's we we have?
Sorry i'm beginner in polish
You can do it, it's not wrong. But usually it's pretty redundant. As this is the beginning of the course, many sentences use it, but as you go further, most of the sentences will only treat it as an acceptable option.
Yeah, it can be. "Ty masz mleko. - My mamy jabłko". It contrasts 'us' from 'you'.
Im 18/20 on lever 4...only see sentences with "we have" en not a single one with "we are eating". Maybe unlucky, haha, but i really want to know what ending "eating" gets with "My je-..."?