If you wanted to identify the soup in this conversation, to express your enjoyment of the soup you are eating, could you identify it by saying, "Is toil leam seo brot gu mòr"? Would that be correct?
You'd say "Is toil leam am brot seo gu mòr". 'Am brot seo' means 'this soup' :)
I added a little bit of detail..
Is there a similarity etymologically between the word for soup and the word for porridge: brot and brochan? Also, both words have me thinking about the English ‘broth’.
Also "alot" is not a word.
I said i like this soup alot and it said i was wrong
It's because there isn't a determiner for "this" in the Gàidhlig sentence (the Gàidhlig sentence is just talking about "soup" in general, not "the soup" or "this soup" or "that soup").
Why "I like soup very much" is not correct ?