Talk:History of sushi
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|This article contains a translation of History of sushi from en.wikipedia.|
are there complex words or terms on the article[change source]
Are there any complex words/phrases in the article? If so, can you please describe them?
Here are my notes:
complex words and phrases: cultivation, means, preserving, rather, pre-modern, influx, importer
grammar issues: an influx on
- You say Australia is a major importer of rice used with sushi. The enwiki article says it is a major source of rice, pretty much the opposite of your version.
- "The SunRice company is in New South Wales." This statement comes out of the blue: you left out words that explain why we care about this company.
- I changed means to way, linked preserving and took out the other complexes. Anything else? Angela Maureen (talk) 03:59, 9 July 2017 (UTC)
- Just one thing left now, I think. The current version says that sushi was served in the US "after Japanese immigration". That leaves out the "influx" part. Just saying "after immigration" doesn't make the point: Japanese people were probably immigrating to the US for many years before the date mentioned. If you're not sure what "influx" means, you could look in a dictionary (even Wiktionary!). --Auntof6 (talk) 04:39, 11 July 2017 (UTC)
- I've replaced the word influx with word rush. Influx means an arrival, rush or entry of large numbers of people or things. Angela Maureen (talk) 04:46, 11 July 2017 (UTC)