What is difrence betwen citrown,lemon and lime?
what is the difference between lemon and lime? i checked a dictionary in which they had the same meanings as a fruti which is sour
A lemon typically is bigger than a lime, and a lemon typically is yellow whereas a lime is green (lime coloured). And the taste is different.
thanks a lot. no i see. the problem is that we call both as 'limoo'' in our language. i speak persian.
The lime most commonly sold in America is called the Persian lime.
I always keep mixing both up :(
in german: lime = Limette and Lemon = Zitrone
so it should be not tooo dificult to remember.
aah ok, in French we called limes "green lemons"
i typed "i'll have the lime" and it was incorrect. why?
Because you used the future tense. The sentence is in the present
Would it be okay if I translate this into "I eat the lime"? Thanks in advance!
I'm writing "I have the lime", I get an incorrect answer, but it says that the correct translation is the exact same thing I wrote..
I had the same thing while doing welsh and I asked and was told that that is a bug that's going around duolingo at the moment