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    #1

    I have a question.

    I invited my friends for dinner. I prepared a lot of foods for them.
    Now, all friends came and we are about to have dinner.
    In this situation, I want to say like those
    "Enjoy dinner.", "Eat whatever you want.", "Eat as much as your stomach size.", "I don't know you like the foods I made, but I want you to like that and enjoy." (These are correct?????)

    I just want to make a comfortable atmosphere and I want my friends to like the food I made and enjoy.

    So my question is how I can say when beginning dinner. I want to know common expressions using in English countries.

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    Re: I have a question.

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