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Tea is served in a- sugard-added state in this cafe.

Tea is served with sugar added in this cafe.

Tea is served as sugar-added in this cafe.

Which way is better to describe this situation? I wonder if especially first and third sentences correct or not .

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    Only the second is natural. Since I do not like sugar in tea, I will not be visiting that cafe. Dec 27, 2019 at 19:53
  • Do you mean these are not natural but grammatically correct or these are wrong ? Dec 27, 2019 at 20:00
  • They are all understandable, and none are grammatically incorrect. You need to correct the spelling of 'sugard' in the first sentence. The first and last are unnatural and stilted Dec 27, 2019 at 20:25
  • Thank you so much. Dec 27, 2019 at 20:42

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They are all understandable, and none are grammatically incorrect. You need to correct the spelling of 'sugard' in the first sentence. The first and last are unnatural and stilted (Michael Harvey)

A simple way to say this could be

Tea is served sweet in the cafe.

or, even shorter.

This cafe serves sweet tea.

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