• Slovak grammar
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  • As you probably already know, Slovak language does not have articles. However, you can use demonstrative pronouns to point out some objects.

    All of these mean the same: THAT or in plural THOSE

    • ten = that (in masculine gender)
    • tá = that (in feminine gender)
    • to = that (in neutral gender)
    Caseten tá to 
    Nominativetento
    Genitivetohotejtoho
    Dativetomutejtomu
    Accusativetoho, tento
    Locativetomtejtom
    Instrumentaltýmtoutým


    and plural form:

    • tí = used with masculine personal (living) nouns (people)
    • tie = used with nouns of feminine or neutral gender or with masculine non-living nouns (things, animals...)
    Casemasculine personalothers
    Nominativetie
    Genitivetýchtých
    Dativetýmtým
    Accusativetýchtie
    Locativetýchtých
    Instrumentaltýmitými

     

    Note: If you add an suffix "-to" to any one of these pronouns, it will change its meaning from that to this (ten -to kabát = this coat).

    Examples:

    • toto jablko = this apple
    • tieto ženy = these women
    • táto čiara = this line
    • tento muž = this man

    Let´s practice!