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Fernando
Hi, there In 7-Elevens in the US (at least the ones I’ve been to, in the northeast US), there are few coffee dispensers where you can pour yourself some coffee and pay for it at the cashier. There are usually many roasts (Brazilian, Colombian, Dark roast , If I remember right). Now, let’s say I took the Colombian roast because there wasn’t any left of the Brazilian one. Then, let’s imagine I want to tell someone I took the Colombian roast coffee because there isn’t any more coffee in the Brazilian roast dispenser. Which of these sentences would be right? “I took the Colombian roast/one because there isn’t any (more) left of the Brazilian one” (Can I say “the Brazilian ONE?) “I took the Colombian roast/one because the Brazilian ONE (roast) is all gone” “I took the Colombian roast/one there was no Brazilian left” “I took the Colombian roast/one because the Brazilian roast dispenser didn’t have any left in it” “I took the Colombian because the Brazilian was all gone” Thank you!!!!
Jan 21, 2021 8:17 PM
Answers · 7
I think your second response sounds most natural, but they are all correct in my opinion!
January 21, 2021
Fernando
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