The English sentence sounds unnatural.
It doesn't really, just imagine you are at a butcher shop or at a restaurant with someone else.
Definitely. In English we have to say "a piece of meat"
Would "some" also work instead of "a"?
I think it is because 'meats' is written 'meat'?
"Pick out" was marked wrong for this, but it does mean the same and differentiates it from picking it like you would a plant
Wow you can only pick "one" delicious meat ...ha ha ha
I didn't know "meat" is countable...
It's not. Only in DuolingoEnglish.
Why is "select a tasty meat" not acceptable
Can we have English answers?
Nor is "choose a delicious beef"...