좀비가 뇌를 먹어
I knew it, this is the first answer in the comments!
duolingo, u okay?
I used to eat chicken and pig brain... Wow it's weird to think about it now as a vegan lol
Now I only eat GRAIIINS
My son wanted to give them a try.
Why 누가 instead of 누구가 ?
Because that's an exception. 누구 turns into 누가 when the subject particle is added. Just like "he" turning into "him" when used as an object etc.
It's a contraction.
Zombies duh! (?
In France it's a traditional dish. Judging by all the comments, I see that none of you guys has already tasted lamb brains with parsley and lemon, which is an absolute delight!
Why is "Who eats a brain?" incorrect?
What would you say if you want to give your dinner guests such option?
I think it is grammatical error
They're on almost every meat menu of authentic Mexican restaurants or food trucks. Russian, German, and Middle Eastern delis have cow brains.
I stick to muscle tissue for my animal parts or something analogous with seafood.
We frequently ate scrambled eggs and brains for breakfast until grocery stores quit selling bovine brains after BSE appeared as a result of cattle being fed bovine brain and nervous tissue.
can't it also be just "a brain"?
why do you keep using carnivorous sentences?
What is wrong with that?
내가 뇌를 먹습니다
(I eat brains)
Did i say it right?
Wow, I thought this theme would be boring, but Duolingo is Duolingo%)))))))))))))
저는 중국에서 돼지 뇌를 먹어봤는데 너무 짜서 맛없어요.
Monkey brains are delicacies. See Indiana Jones....ㅋㅋㅋㅋ, lol, si,si!!!
Duolingo。。もうヤバい。。Creepy... Dulingo's gone crazy...
Zombie by Day6 is a good song
too funny! :)