As "Friday" is written both singular and plural as "viernes"... would it be correct to say that only "los viernes" implies that it is indeed plural? Otherwise it could mean "on Friday we eat tomato soup"
<los (day of week)> means: on (day of week) Example: los viernes = on fridays
Because del is de + el, and you cannot use el in this context. El is the definite article, and the intention isn't to show that the soup was made with an specific tomato (e.g "the big tomato that was on the fridge"). It's just a soup made with tomatoes, it doesn't matter which tomates was used.
I put down the fridays instead of on, but in the last question I did, it said on saturdays was incorrect. I don't really understand this, could somebody please offer a tip?
Wouldn't "On Fridays" be a much more appropriate answer than "Fridays"? Both were accepted, although the latter sounds significantly less natural - I would certainly never say it like that. Also, "On Fridays" is a preposition, but saying "Fridays" removes the prepositional phrase while still playing the role of a preposition. Are you sure this is right?
Why when we are saying what type of item it is we sometimes use “de" and other times we don't ? ( example: sopa de tomate )
It said "soup of tomato" is wrong. I know its not generally said that way but it isn't wrong either.
Fridays we eat tomato soup was accepted but doesn't sound like good English to me...
I swear if I accidentally say "soap" instead of "soup" one more ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ time i'm gonna kill myself