How do I know the bowls are big and not the vegetables?
This is like "bus of pupils" in english! Does it mean "a bus full of pupils" or "a bus that belongs to pupils"? More words in sentence, and more sentences lead to better understanding...
It depends on the context I think. To avoid misunderstanding I would stick the attribute to the noun it describes and not at the end of the sentence.
Very healthy bear!
I thought exactly the same and wrote exactly the wrong option xD
yes...how do you?
The bear eats bowls of big vegetables.
...or a bowl of full-grown vegetables!
Does the 'b' sound like an 'm' to anyone else?