Can this be translated as "The cook makes breakfast"? Can coquō be used for preparing food in general and not just cooking?
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"Cook cooks the breakfast" not accepted? As a non-native English speaker I wonder why?
Singular common nouns almost always require an article like "a" or "the".
"Cook cooks the breakfast" to me has a very different meaning since I would interpret "Cook" as a name, rather than talking about 'a cook' or 'the cook' (someone who cooks).