English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "taste"

Would you like a taste of my cheesecake? It's deliciousMy Mexican friends tell me that British food tastes really bland.

Would you like a taste of my cheesecake? It's delicious.

This vegetable saut- is quite tasty. Is that ginger you put in it?

This spaghetti tastes just like my grandma used to make.

This soup tastes too salty for me.

Have you ever eaten snake? Some people tell me that it tastes a little like chicken.

Can I have a little taste of your beer? I've never had that kind before.

Their website features clips from a number of different songs to give people a little taste of their music.

There is a French proverb which states that where love sets the table, food tastes its best.

There is a German proverb which notes that he who has not tasted bitter things, knows not what sweet is.

There is an Egyptian proverb which observes that an onion shared with a friend tastes like roast lamb.

Arnold Bennett once said that good taste is better than bad taste, but bad taste is better than no taste.

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.

Oscar Wilde once said, I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best.

Did you know that butterflies taste things with their feet?

An apple, onion, and potato all have the same taste; the differences in flavor are caused by their smell.

A human can taste one gram of salt in 500 liters of water.

Discussion question: How would you describe the taste of food in this country?

Find someone who has tasted maple syrup.


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