"That child does not like cheese."
Translation:To dítě nemá rádo sýr.
No, rád is a special case, an exception. It is an adjective, but it has an adverbial meaning and it exist only in the nominative form. Singular rád, ráda, rádo, plural rádi, rády, ráda.
Many adjectives have nominative (also called "short") forms, but they are bookish or archaic. rád is an exception, because it has only the nominative forms and it has the adverbial meaning.
All other nouns or adjectives keep the usual rules after mít. The direct object of mít is in the accusative case.
No, it is hard to translate it directly, but if anything, it would be closer to "glad". It is similar to German "gern".
I do not know where you read that, but you are probably not interpretting it correctly. chutná mi means it tastes well (right now) but can also be used that you like the taste in general. mám rád is I like (in general).
I am a German, and i understand what you mean, the combination of mám rád is like in German "ich habe gern" it's synonym to "ich mag" it's synonym to english "i like".
For all the Germans hear: es ist sehr Schade, dass es den tschechisch Kurs nicht für deutschsprachige Menschen gibt. Wo wir doch direkte Nachbarn sind.
They are available in the browser version of Duo.
I do not like downloading more apps than absolutely necessary, so if I use a phone or tablet instead of my laptop I just use a browser to access Duo as well. (You'll need to sign in.)
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Thank you Katja-z. I know where the Tips are on the browser version. Yet, I rather use the mobe application when I'm on my phone. Anyway, as it gives access to the Tips in some other languages, I was wandering if this was an option or just a default parameter and it is different from language to language.