Asked in Food & Cooking, Pasta, Spaghetti
From what language does the word spaghetti originate?
i dont know can u tell me or i will just go to google screw this site...................................... ...
Asked in Food & Cooking, Italy, Pasta, Spaghetti
What region of Italy does spaghetti bolognese originate?
The land of fibre and rack
Asked in Collective Nouns
Is spaghetti a collective noun?
No, the noun 'spaghetti' is not a collective noun. The noun 'spaghetti' is a word for a specific type of pasta, a word for a food substance, a word for a thing. A collective noun is a word used to group people or things in a descriptive or fanciful way; for example, a box of spaghetti or a plate of spaghetti. ...
Is spaghetti a noun or a pronoun?
The word 'spaghetti' is a noun, a common, concrete, uncountable noun; a word for a type of food; a word for a thing. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. Example: The spaghetti looks good. I'll have that. (the pronoun 'that' takes the place of the noun 'spaghetti' in the second sentence) ...