In this sentence I made a record number of errors.
I Had a hard time spelling "beginning" (english my second language)
I tried: "A good start for the week."
Not a good answer, eh?
Yes, it would be: Хорошее начало недели.
Different meanings: good start and good week. In the given exercise the thing that's good is "week".
Oh, I see. Thanks!
Начало хорОшей недели.
why isn't the second о stressed in хорошей?
Why not хорошего ??
Неделя is feminine, so it gets хорошей in this case.
So its singular genitve feminin for good and week and therefore: хорошей недели? I'm not sure I'll ever get the cases...
Right answer marked wrong
why isn't it хорошие? isn't this adjective? Can someone explain this... sorry im so frustrated..
A good beginning of the week.. It is not acceptable I guess....
Yes, the thing that is good is the week, not the beginning. "A good beginning of the week" would be "Хорошее начало недели".
I'm blocked again....
Obviously I am wrong but still see that from хорошая it should decline to Хорошой (nominative ая - Genitive ой) and Nominative ЯЯ - Genitive ЕЙ
What’s wrong with “ A start of a good week”?
I can't think of a way to use that in a sentence. A week, as with most things, only has one beginning, even if the period which is "the start/beginning" is undefined.
DL accepted “The start of a good week”
Your initial question was about "a start of a good week". I'm saying you can't use "a" with "start/beginning."
It’s a good start.
In this context. I can't come up with a sentence with "a start of a good week." Even if I could, the effort it is taking me to come up with one indicates that it wouldn't be a terribly useful construction.
I see. It’s pretty logical that a week is not a stick (which has two ends).
Thanks, I get it now
terrible pronunciation: should be хорОшей