Now this sentence makes sense, as opposed to the one where I have electric shoes.
lol, there are some shoes with tiny flashlights that... flash as you walk them, maybe it meant them :)
I don't know about electric shoes, but electric boots go with a mohair suit. I read that in a magazine.
Why indeed? As a native english speaker (AE), I would never say 'an electrical grill'.
Things that are powered by electricity are 'electric'. Things that 'have to do with' or 'are associated with' electricity are electrical.
I have an electric heater.
An electrician is coming to work on the electical components of my (electric) heater.
What's the difference between a grill and a barbecue? I thought it is the same?
I just could not find anyhow the correct alternativ. There are only two which both are not correct. Or is there a secret way to find the third correct answer?