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    Catering

    Hi all,
    I work as supervisor in inflight catering ISS and would like your help as teacher, my question is: how should I ask to flight attendant If they have checked the meals for example.
    Have you checked the meals?
    Or
    Had you checked the meals?
    Which of this right or wrong. There is an other alternative of questions.
    Thanks in advance
    Best wishes.

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    Re: Catering

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Entuk View Post
    Hi all,
    I work as a supervisor in inflight catering ISS and would like your help. as teachers. My question is: ​How should I ask to a flight attendant if they have checked the meals?

    For example:
    Have you checked the meals?
    Or
    Had you checked the meals?

    Which of this those is right or wrong? Are there is an other alternative of questions?

    Thanks in advance.
    Best wishes.
    Welcome to the forum.

    "Have you checked the meals?" is the most natural and obvious question.

    Note my corrections above.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #3

    Re: Catering

    Have you checked the meals for this afternoon's flight?
    Did you check the meals for yesterday's flight?
    Had you checked the meals for yesterday's flight before that passenger noticed the dessert was missing?




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