Translation:The bear eats a sour lemon.
Omg stop feeding these animals such horrible stuff!
When to use 'zure' abd when to use 'zuur'?
'Zure' before a 'de-woord'
'Zuur' before a 'het-woord' (when it's preceded by 'een' or no other determiner).
I made a real mistake by typing "De bier" but it was seen as a typo
Like there's such a thing as a sweet lemon.
They do exist where I lived in Costa Rica. We call them exactly that, "sweet lemons".
Rare, but possible. I have had some straight from the tree.
Why can't it be "zuur" instead of "Zure"?
Check my reaction to the first comment.
why does sour get an "e" this time?
Adjectives normally get the 'e' except in the case of indefinite article 'een' in front of a 'het' 'noun. Citroen is a 'de' noun, so 'zuur' becomes 'zure'.
If I understand correctly, you can drink either 'een zure wijn' or 'een zuur bier'.