Disagree. Can be also Äiti missä on juusto?
You can't disaggree on a sentence structure.
Shouldn't it be "juustoa"? I mean it is a mass noun or not? :D
I guess if I (we) get this explained alot we will all understand it better! Thx!
Well, even if "juusto" is a mass noun, here it really stands for a package or a block of cheese, hence why it's in nominative (since the person is looking for all of the cheese they have).
yes, I have become more confused - in the recent sentences 'a' has not been added and there seems to be not easy pattern or reason. For example in this sentence, I was told that juustoa was a typo, but could this not be correct?
I'm getting really confused, why 'juusto' and not 'juustoa' ? There is no definite amount of cheese in the sentence so why use 'juusto' ?
The English sentence does precede 'cheese' with the definite article 'the'. I think the inclusion of the definite article is related to not using 'juustoa'.