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    Fizzy drinks

    Dear Teachers

    How do you say there is no more 'gas' in the fizzy drink?
    Also, do you say the drink is flat now?

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    Re: Fizzy drinks

    Quote Originally Posted by PelajarBaru View Post
    Dear Teachers

    How do you say there is no more 'gas' in the fizzy drink?
    Also, do you say the drink is flat now?
    We say that the drink is/has gone flat.

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