"We drink the water!"
Translation:Mi a vizet isszuk!
Do I have to have the "Mi" at the beginning of the sentence since it is expressed in the verb?
I think it's because we should use the Definite conjugation, because the direct object is definite (the water "a vízet")
Mi Isszunk - Indefinite Conjugation Mi Isszuk- Definite Conjugation.
Why "isszuk" and not "isszük"? I assumed we should use the front-vowel suffix with "isszik", isn't that?
Try to think of the 1st person suffix, iszom/iszok - you use the back-vovel "o" not "e", i guess that's one wy to figure it out without using too many grammar rules. Also words with "i" vovel are always tricky
Why does the í (víz) lose it's accent when it becomes an accusative form?