Why is the answer "These streets are pretty" not accepted? It is more of a demonstrative pronoun than an article.
"These streets are pretty" -> Tyto/tyhle ulice jsou hezké.
A small correction - not tenty but tyto.
Thanks. My mistake was to decline -to: tento -> *tenty :)
"ulice" is feminine in Czech? Doesn't looks like its neuter.
It is "ta ulice" indeed.
Why is it "hezké and not "hezcé" ?
This form "hezce" does not exist. Only "hezke", it is used for all genders except for masculine aminate (hezci) and neuter gender (hezka).
I replied: "The streets are beautiful"; which was graded wrong.
The correct answer was: "The streets are pretty."
"Pretty" and "Beautiful" are a synonym, so both should be correct.
No, beatiful is stronger - krásný.
Is ulice both singular and plural?
I used "road" instead of "street" ("The roads are pretty") Is that really wrong? I could imagine a distinction like улица vs. дорога in Russian.
ulice is really a street (except some English streets have "road" in their name) and a road is silnice, cesta