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"It is on the menu."

Translation:Het staat op het menu.

December 25, 2014



Are both "staat op" and "ligt op" equally acceptable, or is one more standard than the other :)?


When something is written on something else, you always use 'staat op'. You can only use 'ligt op' in this sentence when it's used literally, for instance when a menu is on the table and you've placed your steak on it :-)


Of course! Thank you so much :)!


Hmm it accepted ligt op. But then without context you dont know what "it" is. It could be a menu item or an object even though an object is unlikely. These exercises often describe unlikley situations.

Anyway thanks for the clarification.

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