So I answered "we eat the flesh" and it was wrong. We eat the flesh every Saturday. Afterwards, we usually drink the blood. Then we dispose of the remains somewhere where nobody will find them.
Every good Italian Catholic does indeed eat the flesh and drink the blood... but on Sunday.
Nouns ending in 'e' in the singular and 'i' in the plural, e.g. "il pesce" / "i pesci": nouns in this class can be any gender.
It is also the Filipino word for meat. The only difference is that meat in Filipino is "karne" while in Italian it is "carne" though they both sound the same :)
At first listen, I thought the sentence was 'we eat the dog'. Bit relieved.
I got this sentence thrice since I answered it wrong the first two times but the third time even though I answered it right I got 0 points. I don't know why can anyone help me out?