arroser v. verser un filet (de quelque chose)...is verser un filet less common or preferred? Thanks!

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martha

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12 January 2019

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arroser v. verser un filet (de quelque chose)...is verser un filet less common or preferred? Thanks!

This question relates to:
French writing exercise "Recette de la salade niçoise"

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

16 January 2019

16/01/19

Hi Martha, 

Verser un filet (de vinaigre) means a small amount whereas arroser suggests a larger quantity of liquid.

You would for instance use 'arroser' for when you feed your Christmas cake in Brandy .

Hope this helps!

martha

Kwiziq community member

17 January 2019

17/01/19

Thanks!

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