I eat with a triangle one
Rectangular spoons are clearly superior.
A garden shovel? :-|
I like eating with a spork one.
Me too especially for カレーライス
That's weird I eat with a shovel
(Apologies if you weren't going for the Don Hertzfeld's "Rejected" reference)
I only eat with a shovel at Camp Express in Shinagawa station.
So で also functions as with? Ah I'm confused
で can be used to mean "by means of"
スプーンでたべます "I eat by means of a spoon"
自転車で学校に行きます "I go to school by means of a bicycle"
Does that mean "I eat using a round spoon," is acceptable?
Is there something wrong with "I eat using a round spoon," or does Duo need to be educated again?
It's technically okay, but it sounds really unnatural
I personally prefer a square spoon
「まるいスプーン」なんか聞いたことない。スプーンの基本はそのものの丸さじゃなかった？？Duolingo, you're weird.
I typed I eat with a round
In this case, the kanji for まるい is 丸い or 円い?
I think it's both. Sometimes the same word can be written with different kanji.
I eat with a Devil's Tuning Fork.
When "I will eat" and "I eat" aren't the same thing...
If you mean "I will eat[...]" wasn't accepted, report it. This is the non-past tense, so it can be used for both present and future tense.
Well I eat with my family but you so you