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    warm up

    do you want me to warm it up?
    do you want it hot?

    hi,

    the sandwhich is cold.

    how do I say, please, if I want to know if the customer wants the sandwhich hot?

    thanks.

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    Re: warm up

    Quote Originally Posted by jctgf View Post
    do you want me to warm it up?
    do you want it hot?

    hi,

    the sandwhich is cold.

    how do I say, please, if I want to know if the customer wants the sandwhich hot?

    thanks.
    HI jctgf,

    "... warm it up" or "warmed (up)" will work just fine. Thus either:
    Do you want me to warm it up?
    Would you like it warmed (up)?

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    Re: warm up

    Quote Originally Posted by Monticello View Post
    HI jctgf,

    "... warm it up" or "warmed (up)" will work just fine. Thus either:
    Do you want me to warm it up?
    Would you like it warmed (up)?
    thanks!

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    Re: warm up

    Quote Originally Posted by jctgf View Post
    Do you want me to warm it up?
    Do you want it hot?

    Hi,

    The sandwhich is cold.

    How do I say, please, if I want to know if the customer wants the sandwhich hot?

    Thanks.
    Both are very good. The first is more common. Mind your capitals - this isn't a text message!

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    Re: warm up

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Bernstein View Post
    Both are very good. The first is more common. Mind your capitals - this isn't a text message!
    ...sandwhich...
    And your spelling! ('Which sandwich do you want?)

    b

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