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    serves up

    "We went on a package holiday to a five star hotel. The staff at the reception were very helpful and served up different kinds of entertainment and guided tours." Can we use it in such context?

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    Re: serves up

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "We went on a package holiday to a five star hotel. The staff at the reception were very helpful and served up different kinds of entertainment and guided tours." Can we use it in such context?
    Not really no, it's not natural, "provided different kinds of entertainment etc." is better.

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    Re: serves up

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Not really no, it's not natural, "provided different kinds of entertainment etc." is better.
    "NBC serves up a wide range of movies and talk shows." ???

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