actually, it is really tasty...
Is this saying someone's chicken recipe is tasty, or is it describing the behavior of a living chicken? Or could it be either one?
Yes, it's either one. You can use it in both situations.
Hmm, maybe a misplaced question, but anyhow - does anyone know why the verb "to be" sometimes has the form "este" in the third person singular, and sometimes only "e"?
'e' is just a shortened version
Does it matter that much whether it's a chicken or a hen??
This has something poetic. Definetely gonna keep this one in mind