From an article in a weekend newspaper: “a third of the women surveyed thought that their husbands were better cooks than they were”. That’s a nice ambiguous sentence, isn’t it? And it’s one that can be disambiguated in speech. But how?
From a cooking blog:
One of my favorite pasta dishes is tortelloni (the square ones, Romagna style) filled with Swiss chard and ricotta. My fondness for the dish was evident from the time I was a small boy and my grandmother made them for me while my parents were away. After polishing off a generous adult portion, I proceeded to collapse on the table, terrifying my grandmother who promptly called the doctor. After examining me, the doctor pronounced me “happy and asleep”.
SID’s quiz has a new set of questions.