What does this mean? Does it mean "we are taking this child ... to the cinema, to our house, etc?". When reading it, it sounded to me like we selected this child to adopt or something. It sounded peculiar to me.
All of those seem possible, although frankly, without further context... the adoption seems quite probable.
what function does "to" play here? is it a preposition? as far as i was aware it meant "it" and i don't see how that fits
I think it is good that Duo uses unrealistic sentences often, or sentences without context. In my opinion it really makes you think about the grammar yourself rather than simply memorising sentences.
I guess the problem is, the sentence is not useful in daily life. Not a familiar sound. We pick up humans, not take. When there is such example it makes hard to understand logic of grammer.
This problem is reinforced with the many applications that "take" could have in English, which "bierzemy" (don't know the infinitive of that one) may not match in 100% of the cases...
What is wrong with this sentence? I mean, it's strange without any context, I wouldn't write it myself, but is there something linguistically wrong here? I don't see anything.