No. If you ask for someone's address, in Polish, that's as if you asked for it's description, so you use "jaki".
I'd think "which is your adress" implies I point one of few "adresses", not just tell you. (which adress is yours?= który adres jast twój)
The dictionary has "jaki" as "what" and "which." I thought it would not be possible to tell, by the context, which form it means, so I just chose one of them. Usually if there are multiple possible contexts, it lets you assume one of them. Can jaki mean which in a sentence like this?
jaki is a question of description- what is it like? what kind of?
który is a question of choice. which
Sometimes, in some more colloquial sentences some people use "jaki" instead of "który".
I don't know the difference between which colour? and what colour?
Jaki to jest kolor ? - tell me a name of the colour, (there could be a list to pick out of, but does not have to be)
"który to jest kolor" it would feel more like there is a "pick one"
The colour on this wall is no 2456 called "midnight sunset"
a DESCRIPTION of the address - to me - implies - the address has three numbers and nine characters in the street name - that is - to me - the DESCRIPTION co jest - to me - asks WHAT is the address
Yes, maybe that's not the best word... explaining the difference between "jaki" and "co" is one of the biggest challenges that I've found here while trying to help the learners. It's just difficult to say anything without operating on specific examples.
"Co jest twój adres" doesn't make any sense. You could perhaps say: Co to jest 'twój adres'?, but that would asking for a definition of the phrase "your address".
i type adress with one D .I think that's too much for the correction .I' m wondering if it's the lesson to learn english rather than polish ?What do you thing ? Al my best to you . Romain from france.
We don't have a say in what the algorithm accepts with a typo and what it rejects. And we can't ourselves accept a word that is incorrect, this course is also a so-called reverse tree for Polish people learning English.