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I'm in Argentina and have to give an english exam. One of the items to study is the difference between a cup of coffee and a coffee cup and find more examples. Where can I find them? Thank you very much. Jorgelina Galvan
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Hola Jorgelina,

I'm in Argentina and have to give an english exam. One of the items to study is the difference between a cup of coffee a cup that is full of coffee

and a coffee cup a cup that you can use to put coffee in

and find more examples. Where can I find them? Examples of what?

Perhaps

a tea cup / a cup of tea

a gas tank / a tank of gas

Best wishes, Clive
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a wine jug / a jug of wine
a meat platter / a platter of meat
a milk bottle / a bottle of milk
a stew pot / a pot of stew
a soup tureen / a tureen of soup
a cereal bowl / a bowl of cereal
a butter tray / a tray of butter
a beer can / a can of beer
a jelly jar / a jar of jelly
a grease pan / a pan of grease

CJ
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I take it that you are the person who is admistering the exam, correct?

A cup of coffee = brewed coffee in a cup

Coffee cup = a cup made for coffee

I am not sure about your trying to "find more examples". If you need more info, Google will be a good place to start...
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