Hi Kajo, I think somewhere on Duolingo I've encountered 'chocolate with pimenta'. Exotic, but it does exist. For jokes I tell my female friends that the site puts nonsense words in sentences to keep the student alert. I give such instances as 'the woman parked the car well' or 'the man cleaned the kitchen'. My feeble mischief always stirs anger. Pathetic, but it amuses me.
Hi Paul, yeah, I encountered "chocolat with pimenta", too, a while ago :-)
I don't exactly know, if I'm only staying alert when sentences are used which are nonsense... If I happen to see such a sentence I gladly go to the discussion of it and laugh out loud when I'm reading the hilarious comments :-D But maybe then I will be able to remember these words better?
What I'm trying to do is using some of the words in these weird sentences and put them into ones, which hopefully are making sense. Yesterday I asked a friend this little one: "Você quer um café com leite?" Just learned the word for "want" and since I don't wanted to use the phrase I learned "Eu quero você" (;-)) I made something up with a better context to use it in :-D