Would Romanians prefer to say: "El mănâncă tort de ciocolată"?
It depends on whether it has chocolate among other things or mainly chocolate based.
As a chocolate fan, I am jealous of the guy. XD
Shouldn't "El mănâncă plăcintă cu ciocolată" be also accepted here?
o plăcintă is a pie. a cake and a pie are different things.
could one not mean eating cake with chocolate as opposed to eating chocolate cake
It could mean too, but highly unlikely. If we would need to say that we would say El mănâncă tort și ciocolată I guess.
so in this sentence I can understand "cu" like Spanish "de"? some kind of connection "cake cu/de chocolate"?
Yes, we also have and use de for this purpose!
thankyou for your help!
why not "o plăcintă cu ciocolată" earlier they learned this way
Why would "El mănâncă plăcintă cu ciocolată" be wrong for Duolingo?
I wrote "El mananca un tort cu ciocolata" but got it wrong since I put "un" in the sentence.