"You are eating chicken."
Translation:Tu manges du poulet.
I think I am starting to understand when to use de. It's kind of like saying "of the" even though I know it means some. It would not make sense to say "of a" so it cannot be de with un/une. Correct?
Du means "some" in this sentence.
Hmm would anyone please explain why my answer "Vous manges du poulet" is wrong?
First in the “Correct Solution” appears you are eating fish and chicken , Then You are eating fish, you are eating chicken
Because he is not eating "the" chicken. By eating chicken, it implies he's only eating some chicken and therefore, "tu manges du poulet," as "du" means "some". I hope that makes sense?