"In the morning I eat sandwiches or eggs."
Translation:Rano jem kanapki lub jajka.
Rano works as both a noun and adverb - in this case it can just mean "in the morning"
How should one distinguish between situations that require "lub" and those that require "czy"?
Duolingo hack - use czy in questions, lub in answers.
If the question uses czy:
do you want sandwich or do you want an egg?
Chcesz kanapkę czy jajko?
I will give you one of this things , pick one.
There are two possible answers assumed A) egg B)sandwich
Chcesz kanapkę lub jajko?
Do you want something, I have sandwich and egg, do you want (sandwich or egg)?
there are three possible answers assumed, but four are acceptable: 1) no 2 ) yes egg 3) yes sandwich 4) yes both
Chcesz kanapkę albo jajko?
Do you want something?, I have sandwich and egg, do you want (sandwich or egg)? but you can have only one of those.
there are three possible answers assumed 1) no 2 ) yes egg 3) yes sandwich
I guess you meant "Ta odpowiedź nie jest jasna".
"odpowiadać" is the infinitive "to answer".
Can I say "Ranem..." the same way one of the previous sentences used "Latem" to mean "In the summer"?
I think it's usually "rankiem" (from "ranek"), but I guess it's a possibility as well. Added.
Could you have "Rano jem kanapki albo jajka" as you might only eat one of them for breakfast?