"Losanimalescocinaronenlagranja."

Translation:The animals cooked on the farm.

8 months ago

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is there a reason to use 'on the farm' instead of 'in the farm'?

8 months ago

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Not a very good one, that's just how we say it :)

I guess you could argue that a "farm" is mostly a 2-dimensional piece of land, and that "in" is only used for enclosed spaces. But that argument doesn't always hold, and it's rather subjective too.

8 months ago

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What is this, Orwell's Animal Farm?

Qué es esto, La Granja de los Animales de Orwell?

6 months ago

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"At the farm" is also accepted.

7 months ago

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This amounts to an English phrase, not a sentence; e.g., ...the animals cooked on the farm, are good to eat. "...cooked on the farm..." is a descriptive adjective.

5 months ago

https://www.duolingo.com/GReatVAluebleach

... in one giant pot

3 weeks ago
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