Recipes are not edible, food is!!
Recipes are friends, not food.
You wrote the same sentence to about 5 sentences.
Foje la pli bona ŝerco estas jam uzita.
I have been hungry enough to eat a cook book
rats, can't roll that r :'(
Why is it liaj not lia because there is only one man. I can't understand this so please help!
The adjective lia is referencing the plural recipes. Since adjectives must agree in number with their noun we get "his recipes" translate into liaj receptoj.
Is rolling the r necessary?
If at all possible. If you can't everyone will know that you are a native English speaker.
Out of curiosity, how many Esperanto speakers from other countries are you able to speak with, that would know that a non-rolled R denotes a native English speaker? Is there a site for that?
no... come on... why no verb
There is a verb. Bongustas = estas bongusta.
Why is "taste well" not accepted?
Did you report it?
No wanted to check here first, but okay I will :)
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In English, "his recipes taste well" implies that the recipes are doing the tasting and that they are good at it. "His recipes taste good" implies that the speaker does the tasting and that the taste is pleasurable.
Why isn't "Liaj" singular? Why does it have the "j" ending?
Simple, lia is the adjective for recepto. But since li has more than one recepto (making it plural) and since the adjective must agree in case and number with its noun…
Do I need to explain this again?