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Take vs. Have
The sentences I take lunch & I have lunch have a completely different meaning in English. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show how to use take & have naturally in your English conversations. Check it out!
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I love flied dumplings, too. Most Japanese businessmen take lunch between 12 pm and 1 pm, but American businessmen seem to take lunch a little later.
Thanks Ryo.12 is too early for me… 🙂
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