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Thread: have/get/grab

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    I'd like to know the difference of three sentences.
    1. I'll just have a sandwich for lunch.
    2. I'll just get a sandwich for lunch.
    3. I'll just grab a sandwich for lunch.

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: have/get/grab

    #1. Stating meal preference.
    #2. Stating meal preference and intention of (going out and) obtaining same.
    #3. Same as #2 plus indicating hurried itinerary with only a short time allocated to the meal.

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