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    uncountable

    Hello,

    I would like to ask about 'uncountable'.

    1)I drank water and soda which were too cold to drink.

    2)I drank water and soda which was too cold to drink.

    3)I drank water and a bottle of milk which were too hot to drink.

    4)I drank water and a bottle of milk which was too hot to drink.

    My question is :Which ones were correct?

    Thank you

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    Re: uncountable

    Quote Originally Posted by eliff View Post
    Hello,

    I would like to ask about 'uncountable'.

    1)I drank water and soda which were too cold to drink. Both were too cold.

    2)I drank water and soda which was too cold to drink. The soda was too cold.

    3)I drank water and a bottle of milk which were too hot to drink. Both were too hot.

    4)I drank water and a bottle of milk which was too hot to drink. The milk was too hot.

    My question is :Which ones were correct?

    Thank you
    .

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    Re: uncountable

    2)I drank water and soda which was too cold to drink. The soda was too cold.

    The sentence could also suggest that you drank a glass of mixed water and soda.

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