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    what do we say when we want to wish someone good eating?


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    do we use article with the nations?
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    Re: phrase

    Quote Originally Posted by salotxocha View Post
    what do we say when we want to wish someone good eating?
    We usually use the French phrase, "Bon appetit".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    We usually use the French phrase, "Bon appetit".
    That's true, although I'd probably just say "Well, I hope you enjoy it."

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