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Can I say,

(a) Susan shares food with / to her friend.

(b) He ate a slice / piece of bread for his breakfast.

(c) Peter goes to the pharmacy to buy medicine.

(d) John's favourite dessert is ice cream.

(e) She has his own poultry in farm.

(f) Her grandfather is old and / but healthy.

(g) She is afraid of cockroaches.
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Hi,

Can I say,

(a) Susan shares food with / to her friend.

(b) He ate a slice / piece of bread for his breakfast. Both OK

(c) Peter goes to the pharmacy to buy medicine. OK.

(d) John's favourite dessert is ice cream. OK I don't understand wyhy you are unsyure about 'ice cream'.

(e) She has his her own poultry in farm. at her/the/a farm

(f) Her grandfather is old and / but healthy. Both OK. 'But' is better, as it stresses a contrast.

(g) She is afraid of cockroaches. What are you unsure of in this sentence?

Clive

Thanks, can I say,

(e) He owns poultry / poultries in / on his farm.
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He raises/breeds poultry on his farm
Is there wrong to say "own poultry"?
Grammatically speaking, it is not an error but it is better to say 'raise poultry'
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(1) We can say "The children were playing in the yard", why can't we say "She has his own poultry in farm. "

(2) Please wait me at/ in cinema.

I can't differentiate when I should use in and when I should use at while I am using them to express a place.
Could anybody help me with it?

Many thanks in advance
I really need comments on it.
Could anybody please give a few comments on it?
many thanks in advance
"She has his own poultry in farm. " = She own a farm where she raises chicken, and ducks goose.

If she raises only chickens, we can simple call it a chicken farm.

It's always "in the yard". i.e. Paul is going some gardening in the backyard. Sam plans to put a fountain in the backyard.

But " John was raised on the farm", not "in the farm".

Does this clarify your questions?
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