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    Smile Same time I prepared same drink and served

    Same time I prepared same drink and served and he was happy with that and I show empty glasses. We havenít charge that to guests.

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    Re: Same time I prepared same drink and served

    Quote Originally Posted by susitha View Post
    Same time I prepared same drink and served and he was happy with that and I show empty glasses. We haven’t charge that to guests.
    What is your question, susitha?

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    Re: Same time I prepared same drink and served

    Rover, need to check my grammar mistake.

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    Re: Same time I prepared same drink and served

    Quote Originally Posted by susitha View Post
    Rover, I need someone to check my piece for grammar mistakes.
    My first suggestion is that you look at your tenses. You start with "I prepared", "served" and "was" but you go on to use "show" and "haven't charge". Check all the words and the tense agreements carefully and try again.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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