Darnit! I put "my mom's clothes." I meant to put "mother," but would that still be acceptable?
Also, how come this isn't "jsou" instead of "je"?
Same question here, why isn't it jsou instead of je? I was thinking to be would conjugate with "clothes" which is plural.
I have the same question. I presume that because in Czech there is no singular form of "oblečení", but it declines as singular. But we have to ask the experts in Czech grammar. I think it is similar to the English "money", it is understandable as plural, but there is no singular form of it, and because the English people decided it will decline as singular - "there is money" and not "there are money". But this is just my interpretation.
“My mother's clothes…” Not somebody else's mother's.
I was thinking about it as nominative (1st) case - moje matka - but actually it is the genitive (2nd) case - mojí matky - isn't it?