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  1. B45
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    Having lunch at McDonald's tomorrow with Wendy.

    Having lunch at McDonald's tomorrow with Wendy.

    VS

    Having lunch tomorrow at McDonald's with Wendy.

    VS

    Having lunch with Wendy at McDonald's tomorrow.

    Are all three okay?

    Which one would a native speaker say?

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    Re: Having lunch at McDonald's tomorrow with Wendy.

    You missed 'Having lunch with Wendy tomorrow at McDonald's' and two other variations.

    A native speaker would say any of them.

    They are all OK as long as you realise they are not sentences.

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    Re: Having lunch at McDonald's tomorrow with Wendy.

    It would be ironic if you were having lunch at Wendy's.

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