“Nejdřív ona ho miluje” was marked as incorrect, could someone be so kind as to explain why?
Ho is a clitic, it has to be the second word.
-> Nejdřív ho miluje. or Ona ho nejdřív miluje. or Nejdřív ho ona miluje. The first two sound the best.
Aha! Thank you very much, now I understand!
Unless you strongly stress "ona". Then you could use your word order. But that has a different meaning.
What is a clitic?
Link to Wikipedia
So, could you write, "Nejdriv ho miluje, potom ho nenavidi, a potom zase ho miluje"? (sorry, no accents on keyboard). And would this be an understandable sentence in Czech (if not confusing emotionally?)
Yes, almost perfect, except the "ho" in the last part should be before "zase". Otherwise a completely natural sentence, and sadly not a very uncommon course of events :D
HA! Glad to know I ain't the only one been bit!
“Nejdřív ho miluje”: how we understand She but not He or It loves him?
All three genders are possible and accepted. You can only find out the actual gender from the context.
"Prvně ho miluje" was not accepted. Is it wrong?