Can someone put a chart with all polish conjugation because I am so confused!
Mam I have
Masz you have
On/ona/ono ma he/she/it has
Mamy we have
Macie you (plural) have
Mają they have
You should use mam only when you want to say I have ( ja mam). ,,Ma" you should use with 3rd person (he, she, it - on, ona, ono/to), for example She has got - ona ma. So mam is like English have, but used only with the 1st person (I- ja) and ma is like has used in 3 rd person. Remember- i explained only about singular, not plural.
I am confusing about ma and mam. Can someone explains when should I use ma or mam?
Polish has noun cases. When the noun is the subject, it uses the nominative case.
Chłopiec ma jabłko.
When the noun follows the verb "to be" (am/is/are), it uses the instrumental case.
Aktor jest chłopcem. = The actor is a boy.
On your questions, you should say why each question is wrong. If it is wrong how are we supposed to improve on our answers with no explanation?
Anybody have any suggestions as to where I could find verb conjugation tables? Online preferably
What is "the boy" if chłopiec is "a boy" please? And why are there so many words for boy?
There are no articles in Polish. Definite or indefinite nouns are determined by context.