Once upon a time, two bugs from Brazil were walking across a seemingly endless sandwich. They were tired and despairing that they would never make. Suddenly one bug said to the other, "Eu vejo a ponta do sanduíche!"
So I don't get frustrated with the often bizarre sentences here, I have started to make equally bizarre stories to justify their use. ;-)
Seems like you alone got the point of the bizarre sentences. They are supposed to give pause enough that you should remember
I actually didn't know the answer. I put "corners". But I would say that "edges" is the best fit. There isn't really a tip of a sandwich. It may end somewhere, but I think it would end at its edges.
I have the same question! I wrote "I see the tip of the sandwich" and I got it wrong
I guess a "tip" is more of an elevated point like a summit, peak, head or top: the tip of the mountain. It is pointed and acute.
I usually don't have problems with the audio bu this sounds like "conta" to me in both the regular and slow speeds.
I see the bill for the sandwich.
In what context would someone use this sentence? When they are close to finishing their meal?