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Fruit and vegetable store

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Original text

1- Seller: Nice slice cucumber.
2- Reporter: Slice cucumber. Now Carlos, tell me why you call
this 'slice cucumber'?
3- Seller: Slice cucumber because used in slice when you use in salad.
4- Reporter: I see, you slice it when you use it in salad.

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Which is correct?

1, 2, 3- slice cucumber or sliced cucumber?


3- used in slice or used in sliced?


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rezaenglish1- Seller: Nice slice cucumber.

It is a little rhyming joke.

He means "this cucumber is nice for slicing"

It is a whole cucumber. It is not sliced.

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Thank you so much, AlpheccaStars


But which is grammatically correct:

- slice cucumber or sliced cucumber?

- used in slice or used in sliced?

The grammatically correct phrase is "sliced cucumber."

But jokes, poems, lyrics and other special contexts are not restricted to being grammatical as long as they are comprehensible.

Thank you so much, AlpheccaStars

You're right.


But what about second question?

- used in slice or used in sliced?

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rezaenglish- slice cucumber or sliced cucumber?

I would call it a nice slicing cucumber, in other words, a good type of cucumber for slicing. "Slicing" in "slicing cucumber" is an adjective. You can similarly have a good eating orange (as opposed to a juice orange) or a roasting chicken (as opposed to a fryer).

Thank you, anonymous


Could you please answer this question:

Which is grammatically correct:

- used in slice or used in sliced?

rezaenglish

Thank you, anonymous


Could you please answer this question:

Which is grammatically correct:

- used in slice or used in sliced?

I'm not sure what you mean. Maybe "This cucumber will be used in slices." It will be sliced into the salad.

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Thank you, anonymous


I mean this sentence:

3- Seller: Slice cucumber because used in slice when you use in salad.


Which is grammatically correct?

- Seller: Slice cucumber because used in slice when you use in salad.

- Seller: Slice cucumber because used in sliced when you use in salad.