See below - the word is LOCH in Scotland
But the fish could be anywhere.
loch = loch in scotland. there is only one lake in scotland - the lake of menteith
Does anyone have the answer to why not ‘in A lake’ not ‘in THE lake?
Would loch be marked as correct?
Based on responses to another question, I would think so.
Loch vs Lake is the intermediate level pants vs trousers, eh?
Why is it not "in a lake"? I'm confused!
"ann an loch" - in a lake
"anns an loch" - in the lake
Basically the "an" in "ann an" doesn't mean "the" like it does in other places, I don't really have an explanation for why, since I'm no expert
Glad 'loch' wil be accepted. A loch id a lich