Almond or hazelnut milk, on the other hand, is considerably tastier than cow's milk.
never tried hazelnut milk, but I did try couple of times almond milk. There is nothing bad about almond milk IMHO.Almond or hazelnut milk, on the other hand, is considerably tastier than cow's milk.
That's near heresy. At least whenever the subject comes up, as it often does, the Scots and the Irish go on about white pudding/square sausage/tattie scones and other local variants I've never come across that constitute the essential difference.The most remarkable thing about the Full English breakfast IMHO, is it's similarity to the Full Scottish Breakfast, the Full Irish Breakfast, and the Ulster Fry.
I guess so. Some accents are immediately easy (like the lovely Scottish accent of that archeologist guy I mentioned a while ago) but others...For me, too ... you probably have to have heard it more often, before, in order to get along.
I've had trouble with some heavy Canadian French accents in the past, but overall I've rarely had difficulty with any native French accent. Now maybe I just haven't heard so many different ones. Also, I think the diversity is less in French than in German and perhaps English too.I suppose the same can happen in your native language