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ROUND for dinner
Another sentence to you help me:
"... have people round for dinner."
Is it necessary put "round" in this sentence? Why?
If I wrote without "round", it would not be right?
Thanks a lot again!
Re: ROUND for dinner
Before anybody else mentions it, 'have people for dinner' could suggest that you are a cannibal, but only if you are, like me, someone who indulges in pedantic, somewhat pathetic, humour.
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