I was thinking the same thing :) Unfortunatly my answer wasn't accepted: «Tom's Aunt is there»
We wouldn't put a Genitive form of a masculine noun in a Lesson 1 where we practice the alphabet..)
Ok. But just for knowledge, Is it possible to translate like that? Upd: I see email which says to me "answer included in base". Ok, I'll keep it up :)
Is anyone else who is ultra new to Ukrainian language get confused whether words like 'Toma' are actual words or someones name?
Like you typed Ukrainian. Capitalization in the middle of a sentence usually denotes a surname, place, etc... I'm no expert though. I'm relying on similarities from my own language just to get by, barely. Ultra new to Ukrainian too. Hopefully, my 2nd language. :)
Unfortunately, that isn't very accurate for some languages. German, for example, capitalize all nouns. "Die Frauen lesen ein Buch" -> "The women are reading a book"
My answer was accepted it was "Aunt Toma is there" it's because I looked at the words!
Is Aunt кітка or тітка? I thought it was тітка but i accidentally put a к and it said correct.