"After two days, I began to understand her."
Translation:Já jsem ji po dvou dnech začal chápat.
Czech is my fourth Slavic language and seems to be the most rigid in world ordering. Commonly the Slavic languages in word ordering tend to be rhythmical which makes them quite poetical. It's very well seen especially in Polish.
And I still don't catch the Czech rhythm too )
First of all, I very much appreciate the amount of work that went into these modules. I am, at the same time, perplexed by some of the inconstancies. In this same lesson I was given an English sentence that began the same way as this one, an adverbial clause followed by a comma. In that example the Czech was the same. And the comments indicated that when a clause like that is fronted in English, it is also fronted in Czech. But this one does not follow that pattern. Can someone explain how i should have discerned the difference in these seemingly similar examples?