The man sells fruits is marked as not correct. But I guess it is. frukt is the same in plural, so it can be "The man sells fruit" and "The man sells fruits". Correct me if I am wrong.
No, you're right. It was just missing, but I've added it now.
But nobody says “fruits”?
It's certainly less common but not rare enough to claim that "nobody" uses it.
Hmm, interesting, I’ve never heard it used to be honest. Perhaps it’s an American thing ? Although I haven’t heard it used there but it might be in the south ?
Thanks for your helpful responses
Well, you could ask "How many fruits are you going to buy" as opposed to "How much fruit are you going to buy"
I remember this by "sell you" short of, don't know if it helps other people but the trick helps me.
Mannen säljer dig!
nuu i dont wanna be sold
I keep making tiny spelling errors, eg sjaljer, and it's accepted. I reported this one.