I had "this butter is quite salty" and it was rejected, even though "quite" is one of the hints. Reported.
Melko is quite but can be pretty in a colloquial context (e.g USA) either should be accepted
Rather & quite should both be accepted.
reported also with flag - I think quite salty should be acceptable
I never taste salty butter
Go in Brittany
Can someone tell me why the partitive is used here even though a specific butter (tämä voi) is referred to?
Mass noun, because you can't count the quantity of butter. All mass nouns to my knowledge get partitive, the trick is which nouns are mass or not.
For the butter, you can just imagine how it was traditionally churned, in a barrel, with a plunger. That was a lot of butter. What you get on the table is just a PART of that.
how suola as subj turned into suolaista as adj? What is the rule of transformatiin?
The adjective is suolainen (suolaista is the partitive form).
Not all adjectives but some are made by adding -inen, see https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/-inen#Finnish
Thank you for the answer!
So it is adj in partitive form, right?