How about making a gift together?
What do you say to making a gift together?
How do you feel about making a gift together?
Why not make a gift together?
(Are they all the same? Which ones are commonly used?)
2. Is a green pepper green and is a red pepper red? (Is this stament is right?)
3. Is 'a flat cake' the same as 'a panfried food'? What about 'a fanfried dish'?
English - Writeacher, Thursday, May 7, 2009 at 7:01am
1. Are you actually MAKING a gift? Or are you planning to GIVE someone a gift? There's a big difference.
3. A pan-fried food could be anything that is fried (or sautéed or "browned") in a shallow pan.
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Pancakes (sometimes called "flapjacks"!) are made in frying pans.
I've never heard of "fanfried" dishes.