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    Can someone help me to correct this sentence.

    1) Baking techniques are quite the same or standardize for every culture/country, unlike cooking techniques which is different in every country.
    2) The fundamental baking technique in/for each country are quite simmilar.

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    Re: Can someone help me to correct this sentence.

    Quote Originally Posted by scott833 View Post
    1) Baking techniques are quite the same or standardize for every culture/country, unlike cooking techniques which is different in every country.
    2) The fundamental baking technique in/for each country are quite simmilar.
    Hi, there
    I would correct yor sentence like this;
    Baking techniques are quite the same or standardize for every coulture, whereas cooking techniques vary in every culture or country.
    Hope I have helped you
    Happy New Year

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    #3

    Re: Can someone help me to correct this sentence.

    And I guess the second sentence goes like this.

    The fundamental baking technique for each country is quite similar.


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    Re: Can someone help me to correct this sentence.

    Quote Originally Posted by scott833 View Post
    1) Baking techniques are quite the same or standardize for every culture/country, unlike cooking techniques which is different in every country.
    2) The fundamental baking technique in/for each country are quite simmilar.
    (Not a teacher)

    For the first one:

    Baking techniques are quite the same or standardized for every culture/country, unlike cooking techniques which are different in every culture/country.

    I'm not 100% sure about 'standardized', I know it is said in British English, but perhaps American English uses 'standardize' in a sentence like 'X is standardize(d)'.

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