- A cookie in the shape of a foot.
- A cookie in the shape of foot.
Is foot without an article OK? If so, what does it mean exactly?
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In your examples
A cookie in the shape of a foot.
is grammatically correct
A cookie in the shape of foot.
is grammatically incorrect, however
A cookie in the shape of feet.
is grammatically correct and could mean a single cookie which looks like more than one foot
or multiple feet made from a single type of cookie (dough)
Fookies can be made from a traditional sugar cookie recipe.
No, 2. doesn't seem correct. It sounds strange. I think this is because this "foot" is unspecified. So we need an article to signal that it is unspecified. By using the article a, it implies that the cookie has the general shape of a foot--any foot, a typical foot.
a cookie in the shape of a foot.