This sounds unnatural without "the" before peacock.
I suppose it's ok if you're thinking of peacock as a meat, like turkey or chicken.
If you enter the before peacock it is accepted now
Did anyone else hear "pavum mihi valde placet"?
It felt wrong to write peacock pleases me greatly so i put my peacock. sigh.
Can we say 'I like (the) peacock very much' ?
i like very much the peacock
Unless you're eating it, this is not an English sentence.
This really isn't something a native English speaker would say. They would say 'I like the peacock a lot'
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"I like the peacock so much", why is this wrong?
I heard him say "pamu" over and over again. I don't even know if that's a word.
The sound of "pavo" is mangled, I listened a dozen of times and couldn't make out what she's saying.