Do you use this also in the sense of: "He is obedient", for example a mother talking about her son?
What I would like to see is a compendium of difficult new words in a form of abbreviated dictionary as a reference guide. Many of the new words I have never seen before and don't see them often enough to fully absorb them.
is "słucha" something continuous or is ist also used to say that someone often listens to music.
99% of Polish verbs work both for Present Simple and Present Continuous. "słuchać" as well.
Thanks for the explanation, if you don't know you learn by asking those that do. Dzieki Panie
I wrote "He is listening" It was marked wrong and the correction given was "He is listening?" How can I get past this question now?
Must have been a bug... I would be very surprised if it happened again in the same sentence, but if you really won't be able to get pass this exercise, I believe you will need to write in the Troubleshooting forum.
Also, as both "He listens" and "He is listening" are starred, both will be needed in the 'check all the correct answers' exercise. That's probably completely obvious to you, but I'm writing it just in case, sometimes users go too fast and after finding one correct answer they don't look if there are more correct ones.
Like Eileen, I wrote he is listening and was also marked wrong. This has happened to me twice now.
I 'refreshed' the list of accepted answers, some people claim that it might help. But I have no idea if it's true.
Please remember that in Polish you "listen something/someone", you don't use "do".
there is something not quite fitting about listen (to) and hear, and słuchać słuyszeć, it is a bit unnatural to use word "listen" without "to" but it seems OK to use słuchać wihtout object.
Well, that's how English works, what can one say ;) It's hard for Polish learners of English, as for us neither "słyszeć" nor "słuchać" uses any preposition.