Ethefor wrote:Ano, mám rád sníh, když já lyžuju. Ale teď nemám na to peníze.
Osoba pode mnou studuju na technické univerzitě.
Mirror wrote:Actually Aleco wasn't wrong. He just used the same verb you did.
Můžu lyžovat. - I'm allowed to ski. (also I'm able to ski... because my legs are not broken) (Moci or moct also mean can, but in different structures Můžu si vzít tu koblihu? = Can I have that donut. )
Umím lyžovat. - I can ski.
Mirror wrote:P.S. It's correct, but to me it sounds like movies from 30's or folk songs
You can substitute with přítelkyni/holku/partnerku. (Already in accusative )
Aleco wrote:You can already make associations like that! Once again, thanks for clarifying, Mirror!
Nuže, já nemám vlastně ani rád, ani nerad písmo Helvetica.
Osoba pode mnou byla v Japonsku.
Mirror wrote:Actually Aleco wasňt wrong. He just used the same verb you did.
Mirror wrote:You're welcome. Btw. Osoba is a feminine noun and their verb forms in past have an additional a.
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