There's always more food. Always.
Not in a house with three other siblings there wasn’t!
Could I build a question just putting the verb first?
Finns det mer mat?= Is there more food?
That's the way to do it.
Aren't those adjectives?
No, mat is a noun.
But isn't "mer" and adjective describing "mat"?
Certainly, I would say that here "more" is an adjective describing "food". Sometimes it is an adverb, when it qualifies an adjective or another adverb - more important or more quickly.
Could this mean "it is more food"? Like, " What is that?" "It's more food."
That sentence would rather translate to "det är mer mat". Here, it's "det finns", which in this sentence translates to "there are/is".
When to use mer or fler????
This should help!
henmcb you rule! Have a lingot!!!! :)
mer is quantity and fler is specific or typical (depends on context).....more food vs. several types of food
Why is: "there are more food " wrong ?
In English you use "there is" with uncountable nouns, such as food.