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    Do you deliver pizzas at XYZ?

    Can we ask "Do you deliver pizzas at XYZ place. Does XYZ come under your "coverage" or "delivery" area?

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    Re: Do you deliver pizzas at XYZ?

    Do you deliver to [name of street]?
    Is [name of street] in your delivery area?
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 27-Nov-2016 at 17:16. Reason: Fixed typo. Thanks, tzfujimino
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    Re: Do you deliver pizzas at XYZ?

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Do you deliver to [name of street]?
    Is [name of street] in your delivery area?
    If we have to mention the name of an area instead of the name of a street then what we need to say? "Do you deliever to XYZ housing complex?" Is it correct?

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    Re: Do you deliver pizzas at XYZ?

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    If we have to mention the name of an area instead of the name of a street, then what do we need to say? "Do you deliever deliver to XYZ housing complex?" Is it correct?
    Yes, you could put just about anything after "to ...".

    Do you deliver to Smith Street?
    Do you deliver to Highgate?
    Do you deliver to the Rosebush Housing Estate?

    Note my corrections above. I have noticed that we have had to add "do" to a lot of your questions recently. Please concentrate on sentence construction.

    What do I need to say?
    What do we need to write?
    What do we say if we want to ask for a coffee?
    How do we say xxx in English?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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