"Ces desserts ne sont pas trop sucrés."

Translation:These desserts are not too sweet.

April 18, 2018

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In English you would probably say "These desserts are not overly sweet". Thoughts?


Is this a nice way to say, "These desserts are very bland" or is it a compliment?


It's just a way to say "they are not too sweet". Maybe they are sweetened just right, you know, not too much. As you know, Duo is usually not too subtle.


When I was in France years ago, dessert was not generally served. The last course would be cheese and/or fruit. And always coffee after that. Has this changed?

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