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Would 'Saya lebih suka masakan Inggris daripada masakan Perancis.' not be a more correct statement or at least an alternative response?
It would be correct so because im Indonesian
Makanan feels better than "masakan" for me. It's the result that counts, not how it's made :-)
Also in English, I would say that I like French food (rather than French cooking).
yeah that would probably be better. Masakan = cuisine, so better embodies the culinary style of a nation than "food"
Better translation is i prefer english food to french food.
I like English food?
Lets fix it to be British