You can also use the handy feature of the German language to construct your own personal Nouns, for example if you want to say "this olive oil which is used for improving the taste of salads made from uncooked vegetables", you can say "Rohkostsalatgeschmacksverbesserungsolivenöl".
I'm seriously asking.. is that how nouns work in german? can you just keep adding together specification to your noun until it fits your circumstance? I realize in English that that is how compound words generally work, but it seems when it comes to adding together extra description we tend to keep the words separate or make a new word for it.
where is the uncooked vegetables? I love that feature in German. I recall reading some story about "on a warm midsummer's evening with the moon full" -- it was one word (tho' I have forgotten the word and the story), having you remind me of the structure is worth a lingot.
It did not accept also "Öl sowie Salz", however "sowie" has been used interchangeably often in DL quizzes. Is it correct or no?
On a side note, I really cannot understand DL's policy on not pausing the timer if we need to comment on something (as if we can really look into a question and give feedback in 18 seconds). The end result is that you cannot give proper feedback during a timed test. Endlessly aggravating, happens all the time. Growl.
That might help you: