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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #30187: Food
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    1. There was too much lemon in your cake, it tasted really .

    2. The cream has gone because it's been standing out of the fridge all day.

    3. I didn't enjoy the main dish because I thought the sauce was so that you couldn't taste the meal at all.

    4. I prefer to have my steak , not too little and not too well done.

    5. Your potatoes have been sitting in boiling water for 60 minutes , they're completely .

    6. I always prefer something to things like puddings and chocolate.

    7. Florent 'd like his steak very , don't cook it for more than a few minutes, please!

    8. My favourite course is dessert, I love chocolate and anything .

    9. This salmon is a sea fish so it has a very nice, slightly taste.

    10. The meat has been cooking in the oven for nearly three hours on a very low heat, no wonder it's incredibly .

    11. I love really curries, the hotter the better !

    12. The pears were a bit hard yesterday, but now they're just right, perfectly for eating.









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