Ok,VladaFu. Based on your above reasoning: Does that mean that the "They" implied in "Jsou zvláštní" is most accurately considered the masculine "they" (a group of all males?) that can be inferred from the "í" in "zvláštní" or somewhere else? (Is there any other correct way to spell "zvláštní"?)
And pending your amswer to my first reply, does your above post also explain why "jsou zvláštní" cannot be translated to "[That's/That is] strange!" in English?
*If so, what is the specific linguistic difference between the concepts of "that" and "it"? Is it the same or different for the specific linguistic distinction between the concepts of the English words "those" and "they"? Thanks VladFu!!
"[That's/That is] strange!" would be "Je to zvláštní!" "To je zvláštní!". "It is strange!" can also be that. "Je zvláštní!", on the other hand, can only be "He/She/It is strange!", it is about some concrete person or object we were just speaking about. Not something we just see or hear.
It can be used in multiple situations (still less than Czech to) so it cannot be so easily distinguished.