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"Her husband is always sleeping."

Translation:Její manžel stále spí.

October 4, 2017



What is the difference between stále and vždy?


stále [staːle] adv 1. always, constantly, all the time 2. still (continue etc.)

vždy [vʒdi] adv always, each time, every time


"Její manžel vždy spí" also was accepted for me.


'ji muz vzdy spi' i guess "ji" isn't correct? but why? and when should i use "ji"?


Ji is not a valid Czech possessive. The possessive to use is "její"="her" https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/jej%C3%AD

Ji could be the accusative case of "ona", meaning "she", object case "her". Whom are we looking for? We are looking for her. Koho hledáme? Hledáme ji.

These two "her" are two completely different words.


Thanks, got it


Well, in earlier lesson the difference wasn't point out... So how should I know and don't make mistakes?


What difference?

If, by any chance, you mean the question by gSee4 and answer by blublevita, then, well, you can now know by remembering what they wrote. You can also always use your favourite dictionary and finally, you can use the Duolingo learning method and observe how the words are being used in the example sentences.

Different people prefer different ways of learning and it is only up to you, which one you choose.

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