the pronunciation of the masculine voice is wrong .
It says: Nosotros siempre HACERNOS ....
there is no word that means lovely here. The hovering words say very well when I double checked it.
"Well" is an adverb. "Bueno" is an adjective. "Good" is an adjective modifying the word "food."
If you used "well", it would be modifying the verb "make", but wouldn't make sense.
It seems to me that " very well" is like " muy bien" ( successfully). Adverb. Or bien hecho - good job- well done. Hacemos la comida muy bien. ¿We always make very well the food?
However, "Very good" is like " muy buena" ( adjective) ( excellent) sabrosa -tasty,flavorful
Because they said "muy buena" and "buena" is an adjective modifying food. "muy bien" would be "very well".
Not sure why it thinks meals should be plural.
Solution: We always make very good meals.
It depends on what you wrote. You wouldn't say "we always make very good meal." You could say "we always make A very good meal," but that's a little different since it includes the indirect object.
Edit: and by "indirect object" I mean "indefinite article." D'oh!
Nope, it would be "We always make a very good meal". You're missing "a" here. "We always make very good food" would be an option aswell though.
NO American would EVER refer to a meal as lovely, which is how Duo translated this sentence
Hold on...….Nature makes food supply: apples, nuts, fish etcetera. People and other living beings put it to use. There is a large cycle from start to end and all over again. That sentence makes NO sense. Meals, dishes drinks fine; but never without the elements.
comida = "food"
Food (noun, often attributive)
- a : material consisting essentially of protein, carbohydrate, and fat used in the body of an organism to sustain growth, repair, and vital processes and to furnish energy; also : such food together with supplementary substances (such as minerals, vitamins, and condiments)
b : inorganic substances absorbed by plants in gaseous form or in water solution
- nutriment in solid form
- something that nourishes, sustains, or supplies
I see nothing in the definition of food that excludes "meals, dishes drinks."