"I drink that."
Translation:Já to piji.
My answer was "Já piju to." The given answer was "Já piju tamto," and the reason mine was wrong was "You used the wrong word," with "tamto" underlined. I don't believe that "tamto" has been introduced yet, and it wasn't one of the hover-over choices -- neither is it the word used in the meaning given above. So shouldn't the answer I gave be correct?
I grew up with the czech language but over the years it got really bad because i only speak it once or two times in a year so i use duolingo to improve my czech. I just want to say that I'm very sure that it is not: Já to piji. It's Já to piju. 'Piji' is very wrong if you use it it in that sentence. I also never heard a czech person say piji in any sentence but then again my czech isn't the best so maybe I'm wrong. I even searched it up just to be sure and it is really not piji (in that particular sentence). It's piju
Ja to piju.
Yes okay piji is correct but i have never heard a czech person say the sentence 'ja to piji'. Nobody says it like that. Everybody says "Ja to piju". So that's why I thought it was incorrect. I was talking about that specific sentence. And my mother language is czech it is just not that great because I don't live there anymore. I can still hear it when something doesn't sound right. But thank you I didn't know that piji was the formal form