The table gets invited to all the most trendy parties. The table gets invited out more than I do. Has anyone thought of a context where this sentence could make any sense?
Or maybe a table in a restaurant. It might be next to a window that looks out on a great view.
I thought of a table in my house, that almost everyone who walks in likes it. "Oh, what a beautiful table" or "that table is really great!". I believe in this contex this sentence is valid
You do understand that an inanimate object can be well-liked by many people, don't you? A table being popular means that many people want one in their house or business... so it can be used... as a table. For God's sake, use a little of your imagination, buddy!
Why not "very beloved?" As in family heirloom? Makes more sense than "popular" and sure "beliebt" comes from "lieben."
I got dinged on that one, too. Can anyone explain why not "very beloved?" I don't believe the suggested solution -- "the table is very liked" -- is proper English. Very well-liked, maybe.
They could be talking about the design, as in "this table (model) is very popular" makes sense to me
desk = der Schreib - tisch - The writing table. Looks interesting. Am I right?
You got it.
But like the English - footstool, floor polisher, motorbike, haircut, lookout - we don't often think of the individual words which are put together but rather the concept the compound word represents.
I still have an error, when I write "populär" (suggestion is here "popular" - without "¨"). Please explain. "Populär" should be after all correct! Or is not?
'the table is well loved' - even that's odd, unless it's a family heirloom???
A native english speaker would not say "very liked" we would say "much liked"