01. My Mexican friends tell me that British food [tastes] really bland.
02. Would you like a [taste] of my cheesecake? It's delicious.
03. This vegetable sauté is quite [tasty]. Is that ginger you put in it?
04. This spaghetti [tastes] just like my grandma used to make.
05. This soup [tastes] too salty for me.
06. Have you ever eaten snake? Some people tell me that it [tastes] a little like chicken.
07. Can I have a little [taste] of your beer? I've never had that kind before.
08. Their website features clips from a number of different songs to give people a little [taste] of their music.
09. There is a French proverb which states that where love sets the table, food [tastes] its best.
10. There is a German proverb which notes that he who has not [tasted] bitter things, knows not what sweet is.
11. There is an Egyptian proverb which observes that an onion shared with a friend [tastes] like roast lamb.
12. Arnold Bennett once said that good [taste] is better than bad [taste], but bad [taste] is better than no [taste].
13. George Bernard Shaw once said, "Do not do unto others as you would they should do unto you. Their [tastes] may not be the same."
14. Oscar Wilde once said, "I have the simplest [tastes]. I am always satisfied with the best."
15. Did you know that butterflies [taste] things with their feet?
16. An apple, onion, and potato all have the same [taste]; the differences in flavor are caused by their smell.
17. A human can [taste] one gram of salt in 500 liters of water.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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