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    Question how to identify the position for adjective

    'put the spoon in 200cc full cream shortly boiled milk, stir and lick off the chocolate now and then ... heavenly.'

    The above sentence I was copy from a package of chocolate, as Hotchocspoon .
    I was not sure the 'shortly' point to ' boiled milk' or ' 200cc full cream', before I through the 'google translation' to translate.

    So I already know the 'shortly' point to 'boiled milk'. Now, I have some question as below:

    1. How to identify the adjective point to noun or verb, as full cream or boiled.

    2. Is it can be add one more ' in ' in the sentence ,
    eg.'put the spoon in 200cc full cream shortly in boiled milk, stir and lick off the chocolate now and then ... heavenly.'

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    Re: how to identify the position for adjective

    The whole post looks as if it might have been translated by google, so it is difficult to answer in detail.

    The original sentence would have been clearer as:

    Put the spoon(ful of chocolate?) into 200cc of full-cream milk that has been boiled (and allowed to simmer) for a short time and stir, tasting the chocolate now and then ... heavenly.

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