I wrote “we will vote against it also” which was the “wrong”? answer. Correct answer was given as “we will vote against it too” ??
I think it's not correct English. I'm not sure it's a rule, but you would use also in the middle of the sentence - we will also vote against him. At the end of the sentence you should use too, as in the correct answer.
I really dont get the point of "i". How is it used? What is it used for?
the i confuses me, could you use „a“ here instead? or not because its a sentence starter?
The Czech "i" means "also" in this sentence; "i my = we also". You can use a different word to say the entire sentence - My také budeme hlasovat proti němu. My proti němu budeme hlasovat také. My budeme také hlasovat proti němu.
"nemu" (dative) = "on" (nominative) So, the good translation should be: "vote against him" "Against it" would have been "proti tomu" Right ?