You guys have a typo:
Correct solutions: • The bear east a slice of bread. ( the typo is here "east", it's eats") • The bear eats a sandwich.
okay so now bears are eating sandwiches..... next cats will be eating limes and lemons and pasta
Can't boterham be a bread slice? My dutch coleagues eat boterham for lunch and breakfast and its a bread slice, not an actual sandwich.
Yes and no. A slice of bread is "sneetje boterham". Most people usually skip the first word and say boterham to mean a slice, but overall, a boterham itself is a sandwich.
first of all:how is that even physically possible second of all:how are we ever going to need to say this in dutch?