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  1. B45
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    In my one limited experience base, this is the best food I've ever had. Does the bol

    In my one limited experience base, this is the best food I've ever had.

    Does the bold words make sense?

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    Re: In my one limited experience base, this is the best food I've ever had. Does the

    Note: 'Do the bold words make sense?'

    No — you must have eaten food many times before.

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    Re: In my one limited experience base, this is the best food I've ever had. Does the

    In my one limited experience base, this is the best pizza I've ever had.

    What about now?

    Is experience base a phrase?

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    Re: In my one limited experience base, this is the best food I've ever had. Does the

    No. It makes no sense to me. You could say something like "In my limited experience, this is ...". However, it would unclear whether you had limited experience of food in general (unlikely), or of this [type of] food in particular.

    If you are talking about pizza, you could say "In my limited experience of pizza, this is the best one I've ever had". You might hear "In my limited pizza experience" colloquially.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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