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    Hello. I was wandering if you could answer these questions
    1:Which term do you use as a native speaker for joice made from sour grape?
    verjuoce or unripgrape joice
    2:does this make sense to you?Brown special for oil that is for frying. yes or no
    3:Is this true ?salty grapes is used for sour grapes that are pidkled. Yes or no
    4:Which one is better you think if you are familiar with?Iranian doogh or Iranian yogurt based salty drink.
    5:which term is used in your country for a type of milk with fat content of 2.5%
    6:Is pizza paste a true term for pre-baked pizza bread?
    These are some questions that a native English speaker shouls ask them And i am an Iranean.please help me.

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    1) I think "verjuice" is the proper term, though I don't see anything wrong with "unripe grape juice" or "sour grape juice".

    2) That statement makes no sense to me.

    3) I'd just call them "pickled grapes".

    4) I've never tried "doogh".

    5) These are the only types of milk I've heard of: 1%, 2%, fat free, skim, whole, half and half, soy, and organic.

    6) I believe the term is "pizza dough".

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    Re: Research topic

    Quote Originally Posted by damavand View Post
    Hello. I was wondering if you could answer these questions.

    1: Which term do you use as a native speaker for joice juice made from sour grapes?
    Verjuice or unripe grape joice juice?
    I have never heard of "verjuice" but I also don't know a word for juice made with sour grapes.

    2: Does this make sense to you? Brown special for oil that is for frying. Yes or no?
    No.

    3: Is this true? Salty grapes is are used for sour grapes that are pickled. Yes or no?
    I don't know.

    4: Which one do you think is better you think if you are familiar with them? Iranian doogh or Iranian yogurt-based salty drink.
    I am not familiar with either of them.

    5: Which term is used in your country for a type of milk with fat content of 2.5%?
    In the UK, we have full-fat milk (3.5%), semi-skimmed (1.5 - 1.8%), skimmed (less than 0.3%). Those only apply to cow's milk. Goat's milk also comes in full fat, semi-skimmed and skimmed but I don't know the percentages. Non-dairy users have milk alternatives made from soya, oats, almonds, hazelnuts, rice, quinoa, cashews and other grains/nuts. They have varying percentages of fat.

    6: Is pizza paste a the true right term for pre-baked pizza bread?
    Pizza dough.

    These are some questions that I would like to ask a native English speaker. shouls ask them And I am an Iranean Iranian. Please help me.
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