"Why are you not hungry" should be accepted. That is grammatically correct English.
"Why are you not hungry" is the answer I gave and it was accepted, so this must now have been added as an additional correct answer.
Hombre = Man
Hambre = Hunger
Because I'm NOT! Ok? Now leave me be.
Yo comí mucha pizza, pizza con todo: anchoas, hongos, cebollas, y chorizo.
The first meaning when I looked up hongo was fungus...:-D
Why is it sometimes porque and sometimes por que?
"Por que" means "why" and "porque" means "because"
I just knew sometimes the words are together and sometimes they are separated.
Why are you not hungry should be accepted. It is grammatically correct.
A question asked by every grandma around these parts to those that refuse food or look to thin.