Wouldn't make be better here, rather than produce?
yes, probably, unless we are referring to goats. But that is an acceptable answer.
"Make" is accepted as an English translation..
Why there is no a or o in buen ?
It shortens to "buen" when used before the noun
So "hace" could be used instead for make?
Can "buen" be translated as "great"?
What's the difference between "Buen queso" and "queso bueno?"
I said "You make nice cheese" and 'nice' was marked wrong. The next time I tried 'great' and was marked wrong again. Can anyone explain why when 'nice' and 'great' are both translations given for 'buen'?
what's the difference between "buen" and "bien"