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Can I say,

(a) The pomelo fruit is / tastes sweet.
(b) The flesh of the pomelo taste sweet.
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Hi,

Can I say,

(a) The pomelo fruit is / tastes sweet. Yes
(b) The flesh of the pomelo tastes sweet.

Clive
Isn't redundant word to say, "pomelo fruit"? Or we accept it?

I felt odd for me, like do we say, "The hibiscus flower", right?
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Usually we say "the pomelo tastes nice" without mentioning it's a kind of fruit or what it is. And we don't say "the hibiscus flower" but "the hibiscus".
Hi,

The phrase 'pomelo fruit' helps me, because I don't know what a pomelo is.

Clive
Can I say,

The pomelo is so sweet.
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Hi,

It's better to say that in a context where you are giving a consequence,

eg The pomelo is so sweet that I can only eat one.

Clive
How about this:

The pomelo is big and so sweet.
Hi,

Tell me the consequence of its being so sweet.

Clive
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