What Are The Neuter Forms Of "These" And "Those" In Polish?
it depends on how you want to use those words.
In the sentences like these are / those are you always use "to są".
If these/those describe nouns, like adjectives or possessive pronouns, then
for all nouns that are not masculine personal:
accusative - te
I do not know how good your general knowledge of how Polish works is, but with distance
English this, that, that
Poilish to, to, tamto
English these, those, those
Polish te, te, tamte
so sometimes those are translated to te (and all forms)
accusative - tamte
First of all, Polish has three genders in singular (masculine, feminine, neuter) and two in plural (męskoosobowy, niemęskoosobowy) so there's no such thing as neuter forms of "these" and "those". Męskoosobowy gender includes all humanly masculine nouns, the other one encompasses all the feminine, neuter and non-human masculine nouns.
THIS: ten / ta / to
THAT: tamten / tamta / tamto
THESE: ci / te
THOSE: tamci / tamte
It's not about animals, you just look at the gender of the word. The masculine form is "ten", feminine is "ta", neuter is "to".
I think the only animals with a neuter name would be "okapi" and "gnu", and some words for baby animals.
If a noun ends with a consonant, it's probably masculine.
If a noun ends with -a, it's probably feminine.
If a noun ends with -o or -ę, it's neuter.
But of course there are exceptions, like "mysz" (mouse, feminine), "tata" (dad, masculine) or "mężczyzna" (man, masculine).