Isn't singular for sheep ovce, not ovci
Nope, not in the accusative singular. Click Declension / Show at the following link, if the table is not visible: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/ovce.
How can someone differ if I am refering to a group of people (they see a small sheep) or a single person (he/she sees a small sheep)?
This sentence is ambiguous and the ambiguity is resolved by the context. If the subject is not present, it should have been somehow introduced in the previous conversation.
Does the word for "sheep" change from singular to plural?
No, the regular plural for multiple individuals of sheep is just sheep.
He is seeing a small sheep. why not
Seeing someone means dating him.
Takže já nemohu říct v přítomným příběhu že on něco vidí?
what's the difference between malou and malého ?
malou is feminine, malého is masculine animate
How i should know is it 'he' or 'we' in this case?
It can be "he" or "she," but it cannot be "we." "We" would be vidíme.
I am missing the clue to what gender vidí is when it comes to this as i had answered in 2 questions using the same word, but different animals. Help a dummy please
"vidí" (he/she/it sees) has no gender. Verbs only express genders in the past tense.
I am not sure what difficulty you're having here.
I appreciate your response. However, I put in one gender, and Duolingo told me it was wrong. Not sure why?
What do you mean? What exactly was your answer?
I said he sees the small sheep and it rejected my answer as it was supposed to be she
"He sees the small sheep" is among the accepted answers, as is "She sees the small sheep". Use the report button (My answer should have been accepted) next time something like this happens. Thanks!