If I say "Kdo je ta osoba?" is exactly the same as "Kdo je ten člověk?"? I don't mean it literally, but in context, like if they are interchangable?
Could we also translate "Who is that human being?
No, it would be literally "Kdo je ta lidská bytost?"
Ah ok, "lidskà" human, "bytost" being I suppose. Thanks for the quick answer!
Hi Jan. Me again. In Czech, can we write "Kdo je to člověk?" too (for the English translation "Who is that person?") , "člověk" being masculine? Maybe I am missing something (studying my first Slavic language at the very
That sentence would mean "who is a man" or "what is a man"
Could we also translate this sentence to "Who is this person?"