"We are young and pretty."
Translation:Jsme mladé a hezké.
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Both 'a' and 'i' can be used for linking words together, 'i' is perceived as 'more strong' and you use it if you want to really emphasize the link.
Furthermore, there are some other situations where you use either 'a' or 'i', but I don't want to get into this. Too complicated for beginners.
Hope it helps and happy learning! :)
It can be confusing in the beginning.
If by "paste" you mean "copy and paste" on a computer, I wouldn't. (you would not really learn anything/much that way)
If you mean learning the endings, that just means learning the conjugations, declensions... It just takes time and practice.
This has some tables and descriptions: http://www.locallingo.com/czech/grammar/nouns_cases.html that's the link to just one of the pages of the site. But on the left side, it has a list of many more, including verbs, adjectives, nouns, and then many pages have even more once you land on them.
https://www.inboxdollars.com/search/infospace?q=conjugations+in+czech&category=web&x=0&y=0 this is a search page with results for "conjugations in Czech" you can search for "declensions in Czech", adjectives in Czech" and so on, on any search engine you like and find many more and see if you like any of them
One way that would really help would be to get a grammar/primer book for Czech. If possible one that has drills/practice sections. Or if you can't find one with drills to get a separate grammar practice/drill book. A library may have some, if not you may have to buy one.
Duolingo is great (and free which is really great) but it usually really helps to use different sources. Learning grammar is really important as well and many sites, including Duo, seem to be weak with that, so actual grammar books/drills can help.
It can be really helpful to find material for kids as well. Especially if it has practice parts/repetition.
That's Common Czech - an interdialect used in most parts of the country, but's it's not standard Czech. In standard Czech, the plural forms are:
- Jsme mladí a hezcí. -- for masculine or mixed groups
- Jsme mladé a hezké. -- for purely feminine groups
- (Jsme mladá a hezká.) -- for neuter nouns, which is rare in the first person, but e.g. "My děvčata jsme mladá a hezká".
In Common Czech, all three genders merge into one in the plural, giving us the universal "Jsme mladý a hezký", but this course teaches standard Czech.