why do I always think 'tamté ženy' is plural not singular? what would be the plural form "those women"?
tamté ženy is genitive singular
genitive plural is tamtěch žen
Why is "that woman" genitive and not accusative in this instance? Am I missing something?
Because the verb "vážit si" requires genitive. You just have to learn that.
Thanks! Is that because "vážit si" is reflexive or because for this word, that's just the way it is?
Yes, it is reflexive. There is also just "vážit (něco)" that means "to weigh (something)".
It's also "just the way it is" -- "vážit si" takes the genitive.
Is there anywhere that I can find information about using the Genitiv apart from possession. maybe a list of verbs that go with it. ?
I suppose my personal try "Tamté ženy si vážíme" is correct too.
Yes, "Tamté ženy si vážíme" is accepted.
Why did this sentence start with "My"?
Including the pronoun stresses it.
Can it be also: "Vážíme si tamtu ženu."?
no, not if we are to match the meaning. (it would have a rather strange, different meaning.)
Thanks. Still trying to find similarities between Serbian and Czech language. Here we would say - poštujemo onu ženu ili onu ženu poštujemo.
Why can't you say "Tamta zena respektujeme"?
The object must be in accusative.