When I was in a Malaysia resturant, I ordered my dinner.
I sit down in there. I ate the food in there after the food ready.
Do I use "order" and "make" correctly?
If not, any suggestions?
When I ordered the “fired chicken noodle”, I told a waiter that I didn't like salty food and asked him to talk to the chef to make it less salty.
Last edited by uktous; 24-Dec-2009 at 23:08.
Re: order, make
(NOT a teacher) Very good sentence. May I respectfully suggest a few changes: (1) it is spelled "fried" (2) "noodles" with an "s" (3) to make/cook them a little less salty.
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