The audio cuts at the final "n" in "flasken"
Can this also mean like a flask in science, like a conical flask?
No, that would be '(en) kolbe' at least when talking about the conical one :)
would that still be an Erlenmeyer kolbe?
Thank you, you can see why I would think that, though XD
Yeah, I did the same flaske/flask thing when I started learning English...seems like ages ago now. You're welcome! :D
I know it's kind of archaic, but it's annoying to bypass my instinct and not type 'Have you the (item)'.
I'm not an english motherleanguage but also"have you got the bottle" seems correct to me...correction are welcomed
"Have you got the bottle?" is an accepted answer already
I reported for "Have you the bottle?". 2015/11/06
this sentence won't accept for me, not even when I litterly copy paste the answer. anyone else got issues with it?