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  1. Kelwinikaa
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    Post tenses .

    Waiter I have ordered a bottle of wine or I ordered a bottle of wine Which one one should i use while i'm sitting in restsurant and waiting for wine?

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    Re: tenses .

    Hello Kelwinikaa

    If the wine is late:

    1. Waiter! I ordered a bottle of wine! Where is it?

    If the waiter asks you if you want to order a bottle of wine:

    2. I've already ordered a bottle of wine, thank you! What a very short memory you have!

    MrP

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