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    Smile I have reserved a table for two

    I have reserved a table for two at a fancy restaurant next Sunday.
    I have made a reservation for two at a high-class restaurant next Sunday.




    Do both of the above two versions sound equally right and convey the same idea? Thanks.


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    Re: I have reserved a table for two

    Quote Originally Posted by angliholic View Post
    I have reserved a table for two at a fancy restaurant next Sunday.
    I have made a reservation for two at a high-class restaurant next Sunday.




    Do both of the above two versions sound equally right and convey the same idea? Thanks.
    Add 'for' after restaurant in both and then they'll be okeydokey.

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