It should be "This delicious food makes my dress tight."
Yes, either 'this delicious food' or 'these delicious foods'
delicious food...already indicates plural....
I love these hilarious phrases. Indonesian has got to be one of the most entertaining languages to learn on DL! Keep up the good work!
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"This delicious food makes my dress tight."
Why is "This delicious food makes my dress cramped" wrong?
That's a very indirect way to call someone fat
I did tasty
this delicious food - already indicates plural ....so 'these delicious foods' ..is not correct
This delicious food isn't plural. It's an uncountable noun in this example.
What's the difference between ketat and sempit?
Both apply for this sentence, though sempit can also mean "narrow" and ketat can also mean "strict".
Because you ate too much until bloated.
Food is not accepted but only meals while makanan means food. Indonesian friends do not agree with their translation. @duolingo bring correction asap
Nasi Padang, I guess...
my dress tight X
gaining weight OK