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    Default Her lips tasted of wild strawberries.

    Michael Swan's PRACTICAL ENGLISH USAGE, entry 591:

    Her lips tasted of wild strawberries.

    I can't understand what this sentence means. Did the speaker kiss her and her lips left the speaker the taste of wild strawberries? Or she tasted some wild strawberries and they still left her the taste?

    Thank you in advance.
    Last edited by joham; 22-Dec-2007 at 05:27.

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