and I'm not afraid to use it.
I have never used this sentence in my life, i fear the day that i have to
-------- should be: two spoonfuls of mayonnaise . . .
Big 20 may 19
Answer was incorrect because I didn't know how to spell mayonnaise :))
”I have two mayonnaise spoons” can also be right?
Technically, it could be, but a "mayonnaise spoon" should be a spoon designed for use with mayonnaise, which doesn't exist, AFAIK.
I see. Thanks! What does AFAIK mean?
As far as I know.
Why doesn't lingura become lingure? I thought that was the feminine plural.