Translation:That rhino is eating a piece of garlic.
"That rhino is eating a garlic" could perhaps be added. It was marked wrong.
"garlic" is uncountable. We say a head or a bulb of garlic. The parts are called cloves. So you could say we used "some garlic" or "a teaspoon of chopped garlic" or "a clove of garlic' etc. But you cannot say "a garlic". https://www.mmmgarlic.com/clove-garlic-vs-head-garlic/
"that rhino is eating a bulb of garlic" is marked as incorrect. Even if the El is fully correct, we need bulb, head, piece, clove etc in the En translation, as "a garlic" doesn't make sense.
I'm not quite sure of what the problem is. The accepted translations include "piece of/clove of/bulb of] garlic" so it should have been included. Perhaps, we're talking about a Strengthen skill?
"bulb of garlic" wasn't accepted this morning and was marked as incorrect, but it's since been added after I reported it. Wasn't sure whether the other variants had been added or not.
I am sorry now I understand. I see that the edit was made today and all the variants are included.
"That rhino is eating garlic" could be added perhaps? I believe it should be marked as correct
I've added it although I'm not sure about "ένα" not being translated but since "garlic" is uncountable we can include this. Thanks for the input.
thank you :)
the problem with the question is that a rhinoceros could eat a whole garlic. Rather than teach "a bulb" you might just take out the "ενα", and I think the translation could be the rhinoceros eats garlic. Then no one will care whether it's countable. I know, you can't change it now, but when you create a new "tree"?
If you had read the comments above you will have noted taht it was added a year ago.
Allow me to explain. When I said the sentence without ένα" had been added it meant the sentence without "'ένα" has been included as an alternative. The main translation still must conform to the Greek sentence. Yes, it will be changed in the new tree.
In order for us to correct it, you'll need to give us more information. What did you find incorrect? What area of the course was it in? A screenshot is what you should have here try to get one. Thank you.