This is the first phrase with a name that i have seen in Duolingo, oOo
They're there, you just need to be lucky enough to find them :) Good luck with your studies!
Oh, TKS Luis_Domingos, it's great, it's mean... i am feeling lucky today!!! :D
So you use daquela instead of esso because it's passed time or what? and why not daquele?
Yes, they are probably talking about an occasion when they had a great meat!
"Daquele" is used for masculine words, and "carne" is feminine.
Can you use the words "aquela" or "Que" here to mean 'that'
It uses "daquela" (de +aquela) because the verb gostar demands the preposition "de". Otherwise, you could have used aquela, but as far as i know "que" as a preposition is only used with the verb "ter".