if we are learning Czech than it is important that we know that lišky are also chanterelles! ;-)
my incorrect sentence: "I see other five foxes" correct solution: "I see another five foxes"..., in different discussion I have read another for singular, other for plural.. so I think: another fox / other foxes.. .. so I understand it at all.. can someone expian me that..??
This isn't a comprehensive explanation, but in the context of this sentence: "I see ANOTHER five foxes" means that I see five additional foxes (i.e., five more than were there before). But "I see five OTHER foxes" (note the different word order) means that I see five different foxes (i.e., not the foxes that I saw before). In the first example, “another” seems to modify “five”, rather than “foxes”.
Here we are told that "another" is a better translation of the word "dalších".
There is a better explanation of this elsewhere in the Czech course (perhaps someone has the link?), but in English and the other Germanic languages, we sometimes use “can” with sensory verbs to express something like, “I am currently seeing” or “I am currently hearing”, etc. “I can see five more foxes” might suggest that I have just noticed five more foxes, or five more foxes have just walked into my line of sight, etc.