Weird thing to say Yuck about. But i guess
I think it's probably (delicious!) herring with sweet, spicy(ish) sauce, not Swedish fish or other similar candy.
Or Chinese sweet-sour fish.
Or gefilte fish
Surströmming : looks around
If you put sugar instead of salt when cooking?
Why is Yuck! A sweet fish" incorrect?
That'd be "Hyi! Makea kala!"
Makea kala = a single fish (specified). Makeaa kalaa = fish (unspecified).
"Yuck! Some sweet fish!" throws an error.
What would the difference between this and "Hyi! Makea kala!" be?
Makea kala refers to only one fish, while makeaa kalaa refers to an unspecified amount of fish (meat). Like if you have canned tuna that's kalaa, but one whole salmon is kala.
why we did add "a" to "makea" ? Isn't enough to add "a" to " kala" only ?
The adjective makea must be in the same case as the noun it describes.
It doesn't have to be in the same case because a nominative uncountable noun as a subject can be described by an adjective which is then in partitive. However it just doesn't work if the noun is in partitive to have the adjective in another case.
If you add "a" to one word, you add it also to the other.
Why does Duo sometimes allow a "typo" and others not?? I letter out is close enough to be understood... and corrected