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    lay a place setting

    If I knew there were two more guests coming to a party, which one would be correct to say "lay a place setting for two more guests","lay two more place settings" or "lay place settings for two more guests"?

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    Re: lay a place setting

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    If I knew there were two more guests coming to a party, which one would be correct to say "lay a place setting for two more guests","lay two more place settings" or "lay place settings for two more guests"?
    The second and third ones are both fine.

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