I don't think "aus" was taught at this point...
We just learned it the hard way
I was just thinking the same thing... lol glad i'm not the only one
It was though, at least for me it is after the exercise where this kind of "aus" was taught
i think "the bottle is of glass ' is also right
Why flask is incorrect instead of bottle??
Bottle is correct!
a flask is a certain type of bottle
Can Flasche also mean 'flask'? Or would there be a different word for that?
I think "Flasche" is a cognate for "flask." They sound like they come from the same roots. The reason it's translated as "bottle" is most likely because we use "bottle" most frequently and in the same way that they use "Flasche."
I confirm, the word has the same root in many languages.
Flask - English
Flasche - German
Flaska - Hungarian
These are 3 languages I know, could be more. :p
We have fiasco and fiaschetta in Italian. :D
But the main word for bottle is bottiglia. :)
We have 'flacon' in french
We have "Frasco" in Portuguese, but the most common word is "Garrafa".
We have „flacon” in Romanian too, but the common word is „sticlă”.
wrong andreea, the right romanian word is "damigeană" :P
what I would call a flask is called eine Thermoskanne in german
In English that is just called a Thermos.
yes it can be for flask pece
So would a baby bottle be a different word?