"Si tu mets un peu de sucre, ce sera moins acide."
Translation:If you put in a little sugar, it will be less sour.
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No more than the original translation.
Adding fructose, glucose, sucrose, mannose, or any other sugar to a solution will not raise its pH--and in fact most sugars are either neutral or slightly acidic and would have, at best, the effect of making the solution even more acidic--so this sentence is impossible in any language.
Adding sugar will simply make it sweet and sour (not necessarily a bad thing), but it will not decrease the sour.