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  1. #1
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    Default treat

    Hi there,

    Question 1
    If somebody pays me for lunch, can I say like this?

    Thank you for your treat. OR
    Thank you for your lunch.


    Question 2
    If I want to thank somebody by paying him for lunch, can I say like this while inviting him for lunch?

    May I treat you for lunch?

    Thanks
    sion

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    Default Re: treat

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hi there,

    Question 1
    If somebody buys me lunch, can I say this?

    Thank you for your treat.
    Thank you for your lunch. Thank you for lunch.


    Question 2
    If I want to thank somebody by buying him lunch, can I say this while inviting him for lunch?

    May I treat you for lunch? It's understandable/okay, but 'Can I treat you to lunch?' is usually said.

    Thanks
    sion
    2006

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