Can you say Mit keresel? Also, is keresel definite or indefinite?
Yes, it's a correct sentence, and 'keresel' is indefinite. The definite form is 'keresed'.
Is there a workbook you can recommend where it will break down the tenses and the plurals?
When you ask someone what they are looking for, you might not know if they are looking for one or many things... So which question would you commonly ask when you see someone going through the cupboards? Mit keresel or Miket keresel? Thank you!
What is the difference between Miket keresel and miket keresed?
I remember the previous exercise use the sentence 'Mik keresel?' Is this also correct?
What is the difference between keresel and keresek other then ones plural?
What do you mean with "plural"?
Neither is plural.
Two questions: why "keresel" and not "keres," or "kerest," and why is "miket" translated as what but not which, if it is plural?