Does swallowing semen with a one day cut in your mouth get you infected with AIDS?
Yes, if the semen is infected with the aids virus.
HIV, the retrovirus that causes AIDS, is present in the semen, vaginal secretions, blood, breast milk, and in the amniotic fluid of an infected person. Contact with these fluids can cause a person to become infected with HIV. However, the saliva of an infected person is generally considered safe (unless contaminated with blood/the non-infected person has open wounds in their mouth).
Will a person be infected by Aids having a food spelled with the infected blood from a cut finger of a Aids infected person?
There is a risk of HIV infection anytime certain fluids of the body (blood and semen) are exchanged. This means the infected blood would have to come in contact with an open sore perhaps in your mouth. The virus has a limited lifespan outside of the body, but there is a risk here. Please work on your language skills--I am not sure what you are saying exactly.