So how would you say "Moroccan food is good"?
الأكل المغربي طيب
Notice the change in the definite articles.
I didn't get it
What change? Do you mean the presence of the definite article?
I meanarticles. But thanks anyway.
Saying "a good moroccan food" was flagged wrong for me, isn't it right to put a to show it's indefinite?
Well I'm not a native English speaker myself but as far as I remember "food" is not countable in English, so it does not get plural, neither (a) for indefinite (because "a" means "one"). Probably that's why
Yes, you're right, TJ_Q8,. "Food" is not normally a countable noun, and that is the reason Nigel was marked wrong.