Can I say "många fiskar " ?
I tried it and it was rejected, but i don't know why
Why is fisk singular here? Shouldn't "De äter mycket fiskar på midsommar" be correct?
Would it be wrong to say something like "Jag smeker mycket hundar i djuraffären"
Why can't I say "många fisk"?
Now I get it. It is not numerable, we eat a lot of fish (nobody can count)
What is the difference between "många" and "mycket"? I thought the difference was for countable and uncontable names like in English, but fish is countable therefore it should have been många, right?
When do you use "flera" vs "mycket"?
I think the difference is flera=several (countable) , mycket=much (uncountable). I am not a native speaker, however.
'De äter mycket fisk' is right here, but i've also seen on previous sentences 'so mycket' used for 'a lot of' ... (i think) Could we also say here 'De äter fisk so mycket på midsommar' ? Or 'so mycket' = 'very much' only ?
Does the rule "på season+definite" not apply to the word "midsommar"?
Midsommar is the name of a holiday type thing.
I'm a bit confused, when should I use i and when should I use på?
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why can't we use "många fiskar " ?