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When I see my friend showing me some pics which she put some under cooked vegetables on the noodles to eat. What I want to say is.

The vegetables look like under cooked, aren't they.
But after considering about the grammar, I get hesitation and didn't sent it.

Should I say "The vegetables look like under cooked, don't they"


  • mheredgemheredge Teacher Here and therePosts: 36,096 mod
    'The vegetables look undercooked" or 'the vegetables look like they are undercooked " would be better @hardpeople.
  • TeachTeach Your Teacher HomePosts: 9,734 mod
    edited December 2018
    Marianne is correct, as for the tag question, you are getting a feeling for what is right. It should be:-

    "The vegetables look under cooked, don't they?"

    You could also have said:-

    "The vegetables are under cooked, aren't they?"
  • hardpeoplehardpeople Posts: 43 ✭✭
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