I thought I should be the salad have bananas and strawberries
Third person singular of "to have" is "has". It's singular because it is "la salade" (singular).
so I get it wrong if I put strawberries and bananas?
Yeah, you do need to get them in the right order here to match because it's not an idiom.
"The salad has bananas and strawberries" would also be a correct translation, no? I get that it says 'des' so i should write 'some' but that doesn't really make sense in English. No one says "The salad has some bananas and some strawberries."
Is it really common to say this in French? The lunch has rice and vegetables. Le repas a du riz et des légumes. (?)
I do not hear the difference between 'de' and "des".there is not 'sont "or anothe word for plural.how can I make a difference between plural and singular?
The difference in sound between « de » and « des » is the same as « « the » vs « they ».
The singular of « des » is « un » or « une » : une banane et une fraise.
Why do we need the article "des" in the sentence?
Because "des bananes/fraises" is the plural form of "une banane/fraise".