But they look so smaczne....
I think that "duck is tasty" is a much more used phrase. As it stands it sounds like something a bridge troll would say.
Why is it "kaczki" and "kanapki" with i, but it's "kobiety" with y?
Depends on the preceding consonant. I don't think any Polish word ends with -ky, or -ti. OK, "konfetti" does, but nevermind ;)
Always after "k" and "l" you have "i". And always after "t" you have "y" (unless it's a foreign word for Polish) and after "ł" is "y". Hope this helps!
Is kaczki to smaczne Also correct
No, "to" only works if there is a noun on either side, here there's an adjective.
Btw, you can edit your own comments. No need to add extra comments.
I don't understand, kaczki is a noun?
Tak. Kaczka i kaczki. Singular and plural nouns (feminine).
Can you use to here instead of są
Why put this senntence in here???
Are ducks tasty?
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