anyone else wrote "we improve our WINES" ? it clearly says "vinhos" and not "vinho"
of course. This people don't know anything about wine. Where do you find only ONE WINE?
I wrote that too... and it can be either wine or wines! I am surprised to be market wrong, and am increasingly getting irritated with such mistakes as I progress :( It wastes my time repeating tests unnecessarily.
"Wines" sounds weird if you write it. And the word "wine" itself can already be used as the plural form.
Not so, people who make wine speak about their "wines" all the time, meaning their different varieties or types or bottlings. Also, sommelier who has 635 different wines on the list. Or we had 6 wines with dinner, ranging from a sparkler with the hors d'oeuvres to a 1963 vintage port with with the cheese.
This is true;however, it is also true that the word wine may be used as a collective plural.
I wrote "we make our wine better". so it is similar to your. However, in American English we normally don't say "make better". People will understand, for sure, but the format is not normal.
"Take a sad song and make it better". Maybe British English uses this form (or maybe only The Beatles).
uuurrggg it was my last heart and i had to repeat the lesson because of of this error!!!
congratulations on the consecutive days in the program!! Keep up the good work. You inspire me.
There is a difference in use. You enhance a program by extending existing features or adding something to it that will improve it. "improve" is a more general use and includes anything that would make it better. You could choose a tastier variety of grapes and I would say you improved it. You could enhance the label of the wine by adding something to it, but then I would not say you improved the wine. http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/105465/difference-between-to-enhance-and-to-improve
The person who is drinking the wine is not the one who could improve it. This would be a person who has a vineyard who could choose a different variety of grapes or change the process or storage of the wine to improve it.