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I learned that in a sentence like "Kocham dobrego psa" the verb fits de accusative case. Right? But when I started searching for those kind of sentences rarely find them in such a basic form in the long texts. I usually read similar phrases like "można kochać dobrego psa" or "jeśli kochasz dobrego psa" (i'm making those sentences, they may be wrong). My question is, are those kind of sentences after a conditional or in tbe infinitive form still fit the accusative case? If the question is not clear let me know.

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I learned that in a sentence like "Kocham dobrego psa" the verb fits de accusative case. Right? But when I started searching for those kind of sentences rarely find them in such a basic form in the long texts. I usually read similar phrases like "można kochać dobrego psa" or "jeśli kochasz dobrego psa" (i'm making those sentences, they may be wrong).  My question is, are those kind of sentences after a conditional or in tbe infinitive form still fit the accusative case?  If the question is not clear let me know.
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