It might be ok with kola but if mix coffee and pop, image how unhealthy that would be lol
Hey twice the caffeine. I'll take that to the office without a second's thought
No, I think this lesson is just imported words and things from Korea in America, and most of them happen to be from companies. I THINK... I might be very wrong :P
no, but they have some really good smoothies. I like the strawberry banana, or 'dalgi banana' or 'dalban' for short
Wait WHAT Cola was never in Starbucks!!!? If it was ever i need to go to Starbucks to see how are they making "cola" (P.s. Sorry for my influent English.)
Starbuckshas has cola? We just introduced the word coffee. Duolingo explícate.
I wouldn't put it past them to make a cola and the thought terrifies me beyond what is appropriate
In US we might as for it using one of these two words alone or together: Soda. Pop. Soda Pop. Most often people use "soda". Any flavored carbonated non-alcoholic drink but not seltzer waters.
Cola refers mainly to two brands: Coca Cola. Pepsi Cola. Cola can be used like this regardless of brand, "Do you have any cola drinks like Pepsi or Coca Cola?". Dr Pepper is considered a "cola". Cola has brown color, never orange , clsar, etc.