Ae they equal? "here such a tasty food" and "the food is tasty here" To me they mean the same but I feel I am wrong
Sep 28, 2019 7:21 AM
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"Here such a tasty food" isn't English at all. Or at best, it's 'pidgin English' : English words thrown together without any regard for grammar, or English words used with the syntax of another language (such as Chinese). People would understand what you meant if you said it, but it's nonsense in grammatical terms: there isn't even a verb in the sentence. And remember that 'food' in this sense is uncountable, so the 'a' shouldn't be there.
September 28, 2019
You may have misheard part of the sentence or the speaker was copying internet style advertising or comments on comparison sites. Where "so cool here and such tasty food" type sentences abound and you see them thousands of times on such forums, where people have to use a new style of social media/comparison site English. That is pidgin like.
September 28, 2019
Thank you Gray
September 28, 2019
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