"I am not looking at the last pears."
Translation:Nedívám se na poslední hrušky.
I am very confused over when you use a demonstrative pronoun or article (te, to etc) . Sometimes it is used and sometimes not as in this case. Can anyone help
In English you almost always use "the" before "next" or "last" but these do not require any pronouns in Czech. The adjective "poslední" or "další" determine it enough. "ty poslední" or "ty další" ould be another level of stressing that they are THE/those last ones.
That is not correct, because "se" is a clitic and needs to be in the clitic position (2nd element in a sentence).
You can say either "Nedívám se..." or "Já se nedívám..."
Guessing.... confusion between "hledat" and "hledět," since the latter hasn't appeared (yet)?