Why the answer is "I am eating the salt" and not " I eat the salt"??? I see here it's correct but if i answer this ,the program say me it's wrong
Like, enjoying food with a lot of salt? You could express that as "Jeg spiser gerne salt."
Salt is both the noun "salt" and the adjective "salty" in Danish.
"salt" would be salt. "saltet" is the definite form. English expresses definite forms of words by adding "the" in front of the word, which is why you get "the salt".
It made me say that I didn't eat salt before, now it's the opposite. I guess I made my mind up to ruin some precious health. Way to go, me!
My family is from Denmark so I grew up on Danish licorice. So salty, so good! Piratos for life!