(单词翻译:单击)

Okay? So it is good to be specific where you can, so you can always put in brackets, and the actual number.

Imagine if coffee is 10%, at the end of the sentence, I can put: " (10%)", or, I can write the word "at 10%".

I could actually write out the word "ten percent", and say: "of the total at ten percent".

Or, if they didn't give me any percents, but imagine if this says two cups a day, and this says 20 cups a day,

what I could also do is write down specifically if they gave you a number...what that number is.

So, sometimes they won't give you a percent, but they'll actually say an amount.

If they say an amount, you can actually write in that amount.

So, for example, if they said two cups a day, I could say: "Coffee makes up a small fraction of the total at two cups a day.", so that's also possible.

Tea is a large fraction, so, we can use the exact same vocabulary, but change the word "small" to "large".

So, we can say: "A large fraction of the total is tea.", "A large percentage is tea.",

"Tea makes up a large number of the total.", "Tea makes up the lowest...the highest..."
"Tea makes up a large number of the total."（茶占了总量的很大一部分），或者"Tea makes up the lowest...the highest..."（茶所占比例最低.......最高......）。
In this case, we're not talking about large, but the opposite of "lowest" is "highest".

"A very...a very large percentage of the total is tea.", and "A very large proportion is tea."

Okay? So, these are great expressions to use when you are describing percents and percentages.

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