Why is there as many words for "boy" and "girl" in Czech? Is there much difference between them, e.g. you use chlapec and hoch at different times?
The next version of the course will introduce only one of them at first to avoid the confusion so early.
When will the next version be released?
No definite timeframe but not very soon.
I would really like to know that as well.
Hmm... why 'the' and not 'this'?
THIS would be TENTO, rather than just TEN
So I can assume that ten is almost always 'the'?
yes, you can
But 'tenhle' also means 'this'?
What is difference between - 'je to' and 'je ten'
You cannot just take these words in isolation, you must consider complete clauses or phrases.
"The boy is." - Ten hoch je.
"This is a boy." - To je kluk.