I think i got it. How would you say "and yet he/she/it hates us".
Exactly the same. In absence of personal pronoun it is not clear who hates us. We just know we are hated.
Yes, that was my question :) Sorry VladimirFu8, I got lazy and my index finger sour from typing on my iPad :)
Isn't nenávidí singular and nenávidějí plural? Not sure if it's correct or commonly used, but it's the way I learned it.
They are both correct."Nenávidí" is more colloquial and "nenávidějí" si rather formal.