TALK: Let’s get something to eat

/If you don’t understand any word or sentence, you can copy to translate/    Hi guy, I’m hungry, let’s get something to eat.  Me too. Is there a place nearby that we can get something to eat. There’s a Kentucky’s not far ahead and there’s a McDonald’s in down street. Kentucky’s? Is that a chain […]

Hi guy, I’m hungry, let’s get something to eat.               Me too. Is there a place nearby that we can get something to eat? There’s a Kentucky’s not far ahead and there’s a McDonald’s in down street.                         […]

Hi guy, I’m hungry, let’s get something to eat.               Me too. Is there a place nearby that we can get something to eat? There’s a Kentucky’s not far ahead and there’s a McDonald’s in down street.                         […]

Conversation:Let’s get something to eat

If you don’t understand any word or sentence, you can copy to translate             Hi guy, I’m hungry, let’s get something to eat.   Me too. Is there a place nearby that we can get something to eat?   There’s a Kentucky’s not far ahead and there’s a McDonald’s in […]

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