Originally barley sugar drops were sold in pharmacies. They were proven to help with travel sickness. Hence the term "travel sweets." Obviously, sugar drops have changed a lot over the years--now just a candy instead of a medicine--but the name stuck.
The first 'candy' or SWEETS was made all over the world as no one is sure of the origions. Most people belive it comes from the middle of russia
In your example, jar of sweets, is the collective noun; other collective nouns are a box of sweets, a tin of sweets, or a shop of sweets.
Yes, there is carbohydrate in sweets.
no sweets can kill them
a main dish is a main dish & sweets are sweets
The collective noun is a packet of sweets.
Ferdinand is a Germanic name that means travel-daring, ie "adventurer."
The Sugar Plum Fairy lives in and rules in what is typically called "The Land of Sweets." It is here that Clara and the Nutcracker travel to after defeating the Mouse King. The divertissement portion of the ballet occurs in The Land of Sweets.
No. They're cough sweets.
If not, sugars from your mouth will travel into the horn as part of the saliva. The saliva will then dry, and the sugars will crystallize.
the pirates did not eat sweets as they couldn't access them. Sweets (candy) did not exist in those days.
Children like sweets.
North by northeast depending on which area in Texas you originate
Every sweet except for cough sweets.
the most popular sweets are haribo
Stop buying sweets. simple.
no they can not eat polo sweets.
'rare' is the maori word for sweets.
Candy Sweets is 165 cm.
Toni Sweets is 165 cm.
Unique Sweets - 2011 European Sweets - 4.9 was released on: USA: 2 February 2014
Sweets are bad for you if you eat too many. However if you eat LOADS of sweets, then you will feel sick. If you get a habit of it then try asking your parents to hide all of the sweets and you don't know where they are then you will forget about the sweets they have hidden then you will stop eating them.
Probability of getting not a yellow sweet if there 3 yellow sweets and 10 blue sweets is 10/13.
Sweets is a British term for candy therefore Sweets to the Sweet is a term of endearment meaning candy for the sweetheart.
"bags of sweets" isn't one part of speech. "bags" is a noun, "of" is a preposition, and "sweets" is a noun.