Could it also be "Grape candy and strawberries"?
I agree with you, seems ambiguous
Also, could it not be an ennumeration...?
"Candy, grapes and strawberries"?
I'm pretty sure this should be "grape and strawberry candy", since "candy" is a mass noun that does not have a plural. Like "money".
What about permen-permen anggur dan stroberi to clarify when there are grape-flavored candies and strawberry-flavored candies?
I wrote grapefruit instead of grape and it was wrong. What's the difference?
Grapefruit is a citrus type fruit (like lemons and oranges) with a pinkish color and a (sometimes more, sometimes less) bitter taste.
Grapes are the fruit you make wine out of. Or if you dry them you get rasins/sultanas
In English, grapes and grapefruits are very different fruits and so if you say one instead of the other it is wrong. It is strange.
I had "strawberry and grape candies" but was not accepted. Why might this be please?