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"Would you like to take a doggy bag?" "Would you like to get a doggy bag?"
 It's been a long time since I went to a restaurant where they offered doggy bags. It seems to me old-fashioned.
 
CliveIt's been a long time since I went to...
Obviously you don't live here! Almost all the restaurants here have stacks of containers available for people who want to take home leftovers for their "dogs". Emotion: smile
CJ ...
 I often take leftovers home, but I haven't asked for or been offered "a doggy bag" for years. It's usually just "Could I have a box, please?" or "I'd like to take the rest home" or "Shall I box that up for you?" "Would you like a box?" You no ...
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What does "call in" mean here? I called in at the office on the off chance that you would still be there.
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What is the difference between "with the" and "without the"? I think there are two sentences in this case. I'm wondering about the difference between these two sentences: "This lake is the deepest around here." and "This lake is deepest around here." Could ...
 
Takehisa Tanaka"This lake is the deepest around...
The first one could mean "This lake is the deepest lake in this area". Actually, that is how I first read it. ...
 
GPYThe first one could mean "This lake...
Ah. Right. The thought never occurred to me, or if it did, it evaporated before I became aware of it.
CJ ...
 Thanks again, GPY and CJ.
I got it.Emotion: smile
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[video] At 2:26, Will Smith says: But real performances. Everybody's...everybody's giving it a go. And Jimmy Fallon says (sort of overlaps): Everyone's ________. Everybody's _________, and you go, "Oh, I love...I want these characters, This is all fantastic." And you ...
 The first ones sound like cause, and the other sounds like unbelievable cool-points.
 Thanks.
Somehow I hear /r/ sound in the pronunciation of 'cause'. Anyhow, what's "everyone's cause" mean here?
Also, at 2:27, Will Smith says,
"It's like ______________________________________________ and everything. And my kids are just like..."
What's ...
 
listeneverSomehow I hear /r/ sound in the...
That's not unusual.
listeneverAnyhow, what's "everyone's cause"...
I don't know. I haven't seen the movie.
listenever"It's like _____________________________________... and everything. And my kids are just...
I can't make out what he's saying there either. ...
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"They should be free to dress to their liking." "They should be free to dress to their will." "They should be free to dress to their preference."
 
Anonymous Which of the following sentences is...
Only the first is grammatically correct; none is native.
They should be free to dress as they like/wish
They should be free to dress the way they want to. ...
 The first and the third are good.
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