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    DOUGH OR DOUGH'S

    Can you please correct these sentences
    1) mkae dough's balls or make balls from the dough
    2) I am rolling the dough's ball

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    Re: DOUGH OR DOUGH'S

    Quote Originally Posted by battery View Post
    Can you please correct these sentences
    1) mkae dough's balls or make balls from the dough
    2) I am rolling the dough's ball
    Generally, we just call them "dough balls". They are balls made of dough, so we just reverse it to "dough balls".

    It's like "houses made of stone" are called "stone houses".

    So sentence 1 would be "Make some dough balls"

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