Are both sentences OK? We are going to miss the game unless we hurry up. You don't know how it is unless you taste it. (Is it delicious?)
Sep 3, 2018 8:27 PM
Answers · 3
First sentence yes perfect Although the 2nd can be said by saying, "you don't know it is" can be confusing. More appropriate would be. "You don't know how it tastes until you try it, its delicious"
September 3, 2018
For the second one you could go with : You don't know what it tastes like unless...
September 3, 2018
Both sentences make sense, but potentially as an improved way to address the audience: "You're not going to know it tastes unless you try it."
September 3, 2018
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