Solution seems to require cái or chiếc, this is inconsistent with other solutions where a plural only requires những or các with no classifier. Is there some reason for this or should it be fixed?
Should “đầu bếp cần muỗng dài” be accepted?
I thought it should be, because I took 'long spoons' to mean any long spoons in general, rather than particular long spoons. I'm going to have to review plurals, I think, or maybe someone can explain why it isn't accepted.
you need nhung because the sentence is talking about plural form. Without that word, the sentence becomes a singular form
as i understand it, những/các + classifier = plural; only classifier = the; nothing in front = to form a generall statement
I think "cái muôi" is more acceptable here