Vegetables 2

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Use words for vegetables in sentences

Jem korenje. I'm eating carrots. Verb "jem" means "eat".
Use accusative case: what do I eat?
Kuham grah. I'm cooking peas. Verb "kuham" means "cook".
Use accusative case: what do I cook?
Rad jem... I like to eat... If you're a male use "rad"
Use accusative case: what do I like?
Rada jem... I like to eat... If you're a female use "rada"
Ne maram... I don't like... Use genitive case (negation)
Ješ gobe?
Ali ješ gobe?
Do you eat mushrooms? Both forms are correct. The first one is like asking: You eat muchrooms? And the second starting with "ali" is like asking "Do you eat mushrooms?"
Ne jem čebule. I don't eat onion. For negation. When negating, the noun has to be declensed using genitive case. See lessons on nouns for more info.
Nič krompirja prosim. No potatoes pleas. Nič is used for "no", "zero" or "none". Again, the nouns have to be declensed using genitive case.