"Dost" tedy znamená "pretty" or "much", že?
It can mean 'pretty' as in quite... or 'enough' or 'much', yes.
The word order "Frantisek then lived in a pretty strange house" is perfectly correct in English and should not be marked incorrect.
'Really' is not a good option for 'dost' in this case?
I think really is more extreme, quite and pretty are less extreme. So very would also be to extreme then.
I thought dost took the genitive rather than the locative case?
Still confused about this if anyone can help?
Dost is used with genitive if used as an adverb of quantity.
Ok thanks. Im never gonna crack this language!