Shouldn't it be drink, instead of eat? So it should be "die Kinder trinken die Suppe"
Except the times when you're so focused on not spilling the water you add one and a half too much :P
Eh. Doesn't really matter. I mean, what if they were having chicken noodle soup? Then they would be eating it, I guess...
In english you dont drink a soup, you have a soup I am having my dinner I am having my soup Not I am drinking my soup .
This comments are very helpful about the physical state of the soup between 0 and 100 degrees C. But I still dont understand the gramatics. My answer the children are eating the soup is wrong by Duo. So why the present tense is not correct. Why the children eat the soup (like every day)
I thought "Kinder" was neuter, not feminine. I'm not the best on German grammar since duolingo doesn't really teach you it.
Is is in present tense or past tense? 'Die kinder essen die suppe? ' when I translate it in English I get a bit confused. Thanks