"The uncle is where the aunt is."
Translation:Дядько там, де тітка.
This letter "є" can be omitted? Or I can write and speak it when I want? Thanks :)
"є" (am/is/are) is almost always ommitted, but in some situations you can use it: "They are students" can be translated as Вони - студенти/Vony - studenty and Вони є студентами/Vony ye studentamy
What does it mean that "є" in this sentence? It might be the "verb to be"?
Oh thanks. But it also works for all the subjects? or just for the third singular persons?
In present бути has only this one form (є). In past they are була (feminine), був (masculine), були (plural). There are tons of forms in future: я (I) буду, ми (we) будемо, ти (you sing. informal) будеш, ви (you pl./formal) будете, він/вона/воно (he/she/it) буде, вони (they) будуть