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    Smile Expressions

    Please, I would like to know what means that expressions:

    A party of one
    A party of two
    All can you eat

    Best regards
    Larissa

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    Re: Expressions

    At a restaurant:

    A party of one
    => One person only will be dining, eating.

    A party of two
    => Two people, a couple, will be dining, eating.

    All can you eat
    => You can eat as much as you like for one price.

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    Re: Expressions

    Quote Originally Posted by Larissacs View Post
    Please, I would like to know what means that expressions:

    A party of one
    A party of two
    All can you eat
    I had this lesson at Wizard! Do you study in this school too?
    The meanings are what Casiopea replied you.

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