Nudlen means noodles
This is incorrect. please rectify it
I know Nudeln is noodles and pasta but in German there must be people that say Das Pasta
Actually we do say we are eating pasta but it would be "die Pasta".
there is wrong here since when did pasta became nudlen?
Should 'Nudeln' be used for broader context?
Like, I'm eating noodles, but not specifically pasta, so I should use 'Nudeln'?
Dudel also exists in german; it is the singular form of nudeln. So, both exists in German. We can say die nudel (singular) or also di nudeln (plural) to denote pasta or noodles. So, it is unfair to only refer to its plural expression in Duolingo.
Isn't there "die Pizza"?
It should accept "Wir essen Teigwaren" too, shouldn't it?
While technically correct, insofar as Nudeln are Teigwaren, nobody would say that.
I wouldn't say "nobody", as I vividly remember a German teacher from Switzerland saying that :D
But it must be one of those weird regional things. Thanks!
Why is "Wir sind essen Nudeln." Incorrect?
The verb essen translates as "are eating" here on its own. So by adding sind, you'd be saying "We are are eating pasta."
That's what I'm looking for too. One exercise says that's right and now this says it's wrong