My greatest problems ate twofold, understanding what the voice says, hard of hearing 1500 hertz range and sloppy typing. Self taught when I got my first computer at 68.
Surely this is the same as "Who did she help".....but this answer tells me I am incorrect.
No, it's not. The sentence is kinda strange, but in it's strangness it indeed means "who WOULD she help". Conditional. There's nothing about her helping anyone in the past.
The hint also has "has helped", what in the sentence let's you know that it's WOULD?
If you hover over 'by', you see "by pomogła" = "(she) would help".
The conditional is built upon the past tense form.
As far as I know, it could be both, depending on the context.
Anyway, such contractions are accepted automatically by the algorithm, "Who'd" is not specifically put among the accepted answers.
OK. I'll accept that. I have a question about the word for chicken since I was raised on a farm by Polish parents and we raised chickens by the hundreds. My mother always used the term kura for chicken and kogut for rooster, was that correct
Kogut - yes.
Kura... well, kura is a hen. Although if we treat "chicken" more scientifically, as a species, then true, it translates to "kura domowa". But normally rooster = kogut, hen = kura, chicken = kurczak.
A take on the word fowl? Rather than denoting the individual species of fowl. Along with that there was another word I wondered about, Rabbit, Krolik, we also raised them during meat rationong day of WW2 but they were referred to as zajac. Would that be a rabbit or a hare.
Królik is a rabbit, zając is a hare. The question is whether people actually distinguish them instead of just calling both rabbits ;)
"fowl", as a noun for all kinds of birds one can raise in the countryside, is "drób". Just as the word for the meat of those birds.
Thanks for clearing that up, you can see why I am confused, my polish language training was not too good. Hadn't spoken it in about sixty years therefore I had a lot confusion in what is or isn't correct. Thanks for clearing this up for me.
What do I need the abbreviation for? Who did she help is the same as who.
You mean "who'd"? In this case that's a contraction of "who would", not "who did". It probably shouldn't really be accepted here, but accepting contractions is done automatically and we can't change it.