The Japanese and Italians think that “wasting food” and “ruining food” are very different. A typical example is spaghetti, which Italians eat on a daily basis.
The word spaghetti is plural, so the definite article uses “gli”. It is not usually called “il spaghetto”. It is unlikely that a single spaghetti will be boiled or eaten.
However, if you fold the spaghetti in half in front of the Italians, the Italians will surely change their facial expressions and get angry or have strong emotions that will not be conveyed to the other person in their hearts. Or they might lament, “I messed up spaghetti!” The Italians say, “No one in Italy splits spaghetti in half.” “The moment the Italians split spaghetti in half, the Italian government should take away citizenship.” “Waste food.” increase.
And they say: “Spaghetti isn’t sold in half. It’s delicious to eat while spaghetti is made and shipped, even if it’s inconvenient, and that’s the history of spaghetti. It’s really a waste for us to change it or not eat it the most delicious way :.
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