Very handy sentence for me.
What a coincidence, I like food as well!
this is going to be the most commonly used phrase in this whole course.
shouldn't 'i like the food' be accepted as well?
Why "I like the food" is wrong?
You can add -nya in the end of the noun to emphasize the definite noun. E.G. I like food (aku suka makanan) while i like the food (aku suka makanannya). Hope it helps :)
Anyway r u indonesian? :/
"I liked the food." Or "the food"
Either of these would be a more likely sentiment.
'I like foods' is wrong?
How do you say, "I like to eat?
Saya suka makan
Why "makanan" instead of "makan"?
makan is the verb, makanan is the substantive
Saya menyukai makanan.