Difference between smutni and smutna?
a girl is "smutna"
a boy is "smutny"
a child is "smutne"
two boys are smutni
a boy and a girl are smutni
two girls are smutne
two children are smutne
two dogs are smutne
The correct conjugation was not present on my list.
Why is it not "Jesteś smutnym?" I thougth that you need the instrumental after using the verb to be.
Noun phrases need it, but a standalone adjective just takes Nominative.
Compare "Jesteś smutnym człowiekiem?" and "Jesteś smutny?".
The choices were jestescie, smutne, and smutny. No Jestes, no smutna.
There are four equally correct answers here. You could have created "Jesteście smutne?" (plural, spoken to two or more women).
Yes, that was my answer and it was incorrect!
The english sentence does not explain gender or number like in other languages...
Yes, so I tried Jestescie smutne, and it was "incorrect." Thank you for validating my effort! :)
They rejected 'Czy Pan jest smutny'!
Added the formal versions.