The water is either drugged, poisoned, or laced with NyQuil. I can't tell which.
tfw when you get everything right but forget to add the case to ez and it counts you wrong
Earlier we learned, when several people are wearing one shirt each, then shirt is in singular still. Here I assume each of the guests is sitting on one chair, but chair is in plural. What is the difference here?
I got it right, but I really don't understand what does it mean...
This is the other example I got burned on.
A székekről a vendégek leesnek.