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    Smile try ?

    Hello

    May I ask if the sentence #1 can use instead of #2 when I'm talking about food.?
    If so, is #2 used often or rarely?

    #1 Would you like to try a piece?
    #2 Would you like to taste a piece?

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: try ?

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    Yes-- in fact, #1 is more natural than #2 in casual conversation. Both are quite common utterances.
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