why not ti? cant seem to understand difference between using ty a ti
If we are talking about nominative plural forms, then 'ti' is used for masculine animate and 'ty' for masculine inanimate nouns. 'Strom' is inanimate.
Ah, now I understand. However, I would never think that a tree is not a living thing.
Grammatical animateness does not follow physical living/non-living. Even completely non-living entities can be (grammatically) animate and there can be pairs of animate/inanimate words for the same thing.
Why not hezci' for masculine plural adjective?
That's for masculine plural animate.
a co "krasné"? proč ne?