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Could anyone tell me .. what does “grab coffee mean in the following sentence and also is this grammatically correct ?


Hey, Do you wanna grab coffee this afternoon, I know a really nice cafe around the corner.

1. Does this mean going out and having coffee at the cafe?


2. And also would it be correct to say “Do you want to grab some coffee this afternoon?

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Could anyone tell me .. what does “grab coffee mean in the following sentence and also is this grammatically correct ?


Hey, Do you want to grab some coffee this afternoon?


You need a question mark.


We say 'wanna' but we write 'want to'.


In this context the noun 'coffee' is uncountable, so say 'some coffee'.


I know a really nice cafe around the corner.

1. Does this mean going out and having coffee at the cafe? Yes.


2. And also would it be correct to say “Do you want to grab some coffee this afternoon? Yes

Could anyone tell me .. what does “grab coffee" mean in the following sentence

and also is this grammatically correct ? Yes, it is.


Hey, Do you wanna grab coffee this afternoon, I know a really nice cafe around the corner.

1. Does this mean going out and having coffee at the cafe? Yes, because the speaker mentions the cafe. If he didn't, it would be unclear.


2. And also would it be correct to say “Do you want to grab some coffee this afternoon? Yes

grab in this kind of context means get quickly, purchase quickly.


You can also grab other things, eg grab a sandwich, eg grab some dinner.

Clive