why not (schwarzen pferde) ? , it's plural.
But there's no article in front of the adjective, so it takes strong inflection, which is -e for plural nominative/accusative.
die schwarzen Pferde (weak inflection) = "the black horses"; schwarze Pferde (strong inflection) = "black horses".
many thanks :)
Half of this stuff wasn't explained in the "tips". It didn't cover cases with no article, and the lack of explanation for this complicated grammar is frustrating to say the least.
How come this isn't "They like..."?
"Sie" can mean either "you (formal)" or "they" here. If Duolingo doesn't accept "they", you should report it as a mistake.
Why is mögen for the Sie (formal ) form of you?
Because that is the way it conjugates