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    Exclamation dont drink

    hi,
    if someone offers coffee and you dont like it
    which could be the correct answer

    i dont drink coffee or
    i dont have a habit of having/ taking/drinking coffee.

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    #2

    Re: dont drink

    Quote Originally Posted by tikky cg
    hi,
    if someone offers coffee and you dont like it
    which could be the correct answer
    i dont drink coffee or
    i dont have a habit of having/ taking/drinking coffee.
    The polite reply would be:

    "I'm sorry, I don't drink coffee, but thanks anyway."
    or
    "I'm sorry, I don't drink coffee, but I would love a cup of tea or a glass of water"


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    Re: dont drink

    thanks a lot & hope getting this help in future too.

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