i live in the Czech Republic, and i think hezké is more like pretty or handsome, cute is roztomilý, am i right?
Am I right that the pronoun "to" here rarely is used in the other genders, e.g. "ten" or "ta"?
In this case you would only use /to/, it's explained in the Tips and Notes for the previous skill, To Be Singular. /ten/, /ta/, and /to/ can act as /the/ or /that/ but /to/ also acts as /it/ when it's the subject of the verb /to be/ as either /to je/ or /to jsou/, unlike the other two.
Isn't dítě neutral? If so why is it hezké and malé instead of hezká and malá?
wether it is this or those in English should not be of relevance for czech.