Jfc. I should absolutely be able to say "a" milkshake, which is much more natural.
Most of the time "a" or "the" is required and here it is wrong. Seems inconsistent.
Not only may you, you must use -a.
Flagged again 23 Sept
Disagree. It is totally a matter of taste and context here, you can take it or leave it (the 'a' preceeding either or both nouns)
Milkshake is not a mass noun in English, we should be able to say a or the milkshake
A milkshake or the milkshake. Both are correct
Agreed. A or the are ok but unnecessary and can be left out. It's still good english, for example you might omit them when referring to something that had been served annonymously at a neighbouring table
why "mitä", not "mikä"?
This link may help: https://uusikielemme.fi/finnish-vocabulary/interesting-words/the-difference-between-mika-and-mita-question-words/
Why isn't it "Pirtelöäko vai jäätelöäko?" since it is a question?
Flagged again on 21 August 2020
18 Sept 20
flagged again January 2021
flagged again march 2021
Still wrong, reported July 2021
Still wrong as of 8/2/21