It must be a pretty big strawberry if multiple bears can eat it.
or tiny bears!
What's wrong with the bears eat strawberry?
What is the plural for strawberry? What's the grammar rules for nouns that have two words? Do you pluralise both or one?
In this case, you don't pluralize talún ("ground berries" or "berries of ground").
How do you pluralise "su"?
The masculine noun sú, meaning "juice" is súnna in the plural.
The feminine noun sú, meaning "berry" is sútha in the plural.
So 'we drink juices' would be 'ólaimid súnna' and 'we eat berries' would be 'ithimid sútha'?
If I added 'the' before the juices and berries, 'we eat the berries', it would be 'ithimid na sútha'?
Only in theory. In practice, you would use a different word for generic "berries", and just as in English, you would probably stick with the singular su as a mass noun for "juices".
Does sú talún also mean ground juice?
No, it means "ground berry". "Sú" can also mean "berry" but I don't know if it's used that much anymore, except in expressions like "sú talún" (strawberry) or "sú craobh" (raspberry, literally "branch berry").