Is there a recipe on the label of the bottle?
Sometimes there is
For example, on a bottle of cachaça there's often a recipe of caipirinha, a cocktail which consists of this liquor, lime juice and ice :) Moltissimo delizioso! )))
Caipirinha! Really nice. We also use to put sugar ;)
Sure, can't do it without sugar :))
it is sad that i've had to retry this lesson so much that i rarely have to look at the sentances
And then, I trhow the bottle into the ocean? (yes, I know this is not a good thing to do, but when I read this sentence, it was the first thing I imagined)
While one may not often write a "recipe" on a bottle, almost always a "prescription" is written on a bottle. Was there any way I should have known it couldn't be "prescription?" If not, why was I marked wrong?
Prescription should be accepted, and if not, Report it
The only way to have excluded prescription would have been the context, which we don't have.
What's the difference between nel & sul?
Sul=su+il=on (or over) the
Thats what I wrote. So what is wrong?
I wouldn't recommend that from a business prospective
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