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    Thumbs down Give me the hot food vs give me the food hot

    1.Give me the hot food. 2.Give me the food hot. Do the two sentences above carry the same meanings, if not then what is the difference between the two? are the two sentence above grammatically correct or wrong? please explain it in more detail.

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    Re: Give me the hot food vs give me the food hot

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    Not exactly. The first one means "Give me that food which is already hot". The second means "I want that food served hot".

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    Re: Give me the hot food vs give me the food hot

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