Isn't "to je to" valid?
Why is it expecting that we're just going to know we need to add an extra word if it doesn't show up in the suggestion list?
It's not an extra word. To je ono. "That is it." Three words.
that's = that is
If you knew ahead of time, it would not be new. The only way to learn new words is to have new words.
Also, does one really have to be right all the time? I miss it, learn, and move on.
"Je to ono" can be used here?
does this mean the word order of 'to' and 'je' doesn't matter?
"Je to ono" puts an emphasis on "je", so it would be used for example when you try to convince someone, similar to "that IS it"
When checking the tip for " 's " in the English phrase, "přivlastňuje" was shown. What does "přivlastňuje" mean?
You mean it is among the hints? It probably somehow comes from the English for Czech speakers course. It means it is a possessive.
It shouldn't be possessive in this exercise, though. "That's" is a contraction for "that is," not possessive.
Well, stuff happens. The hints do nt recognize contexts. They are like a dictionary, list many possible meanings.
I am not actually a contributer of the English for Czechs course and cannot confirm where does it come from or remove it.
anyone can expain the difference between "to je ono" and "to je všechno?
"That's it" and "that's all"
ok, but can i use to je ono, in the same way as to je všechno? for example when i am saying we have in storage A, B, and C, can i end with "to je ono"?
"A je to." - like the animation series? :-D
At first I accepted it, but let's keep that as "AND that's it.".
Not "A je to.".... :-(