"New dog is drinking water" is wrong?
An article is required for dog—it may not be used as an uncountable noun.
While the old one would never settle for anything else but vodka!
This means new is an newly acquired? I tried "The young dog drinks water" which I understand is wrong. Am I correct? Can you ever use nowy/nowa/nowe to denote something is young?
No, it doesn't mean "young". It probably is 'newly acquired', but basically this is just not a great sentence. It's just that early in the tree it is not that easy to create natural sentences.
'Now' is not enough???
It took me long time to understand that you mean word for "new", and not English "now".
There is no word "now" in Polish.
Only nowy/nowa/nowe/nowi /nowego/nowej/nowych/nowemu/nową/nowym/nowymi
Thanks a lot, that's something to look forward to,ONLY 11 forms to say new. :)
Welcome to most Eastern European languages!
Am I correct in thinking that ę is not nasalized at the end of a word?
Most people don't nasalize it at the end of a word, or nasalize just a little bit.
My variant is aslo correct
No one knows what your variant is.