which is right to say
which is right to say: "I cook rice" or "I boil Rice"
Grammatically both are correct (although Rice should not be capitalized).
To "cook" is a general term for heating food whereas "boil" refers to a specific type of cooking.
So perhaps you would be more likely to say, for example: " I cook rice every day", rather than "...boil...".
"Boil" would be more often used in a sentence such as " I boil rice sometimes but usually I fry it".
Hope that helps.
|link comment||edited Jun 16 '13 at 12:02 Michael Cranfield Expert|
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